California Residential Retrofits: Ten Important Lessons Learned
November 02, 2013
When Dale Stocking and his wife decided to undertake an energy efficiency retrofit of their 1939 Tudor-style home in Stockton, California, they knew they were at the forefront of a movement that could go a long way toward reducing the nation’s energy consumption and lower its greenhouse gas emissions. A retired dentist and member of the city’s Climate Action Plan Advisory Committee, Stocking understood the effect home retrofits could have on greenhouse gas reduction, and he also knew that he and his wife were among a select few homeowners who understood the connection.
To read complete online articles, you need to sign up for an Online Subscription.
Once an order has been placed there is an automatic $10 processing fee that will be deducted with any cancellation.
The Home Energy Online articles are for personal use only and may not be printed for distribution. For permission to reprint, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.