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Building a Passive Solar House: My Experience Shared... Paperback – August 17, 2012
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"I've read Tracey's book, and its a very good description of what goes into planning a solar home and making the compromises to build it on a budget."
"In her book, Allen also presents ideas to help homeowners renovate existing homes to capture passive solar gain." From The Guardian Newspaper theguardian.pe.ca/Arts/Entertainment/2012-11-03/article-3113126/Seeing-the-light/1
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We moved into our Earth-bermed, ICF, passive solar house in July, 2012 and so far are finding the temperature around a perfect 70F or 20C. This house represents our move to more sustainable living. Another book published is The Sustainable Table: Take Back Your Plate that focuses on sustainable food from a personal and simply point of view.
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I'm currently planning a somewhat similar home. I'm not going to follow every aspect of this project, but still it was a very good read to get to know the concept a bit better.
I read it on a mobile phone (Windows phone) with the Kindle App, worked like a charm :)
Considering writing about my own project in this same format as soon as it starts to shape up.
It's mainly about the authors house that he built and the options he went with and why.
It has lots of useful info. I'm glad I read it and I'm even happier that it was free on Amazon Prime.