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Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings (Ninth Edition) Paperback – October 27, 2007
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--esp. those who have trouble using computers or can't afford one or the internet service each month.
The authors lead off with a helpful checklist for actions you can take today, this week, this month, and this year. I must object to the first item on the list, though: "Turn down the temperature on the water heater to the warm setting (120 degrees.)" Legionnaires disease is a real danger with water temperatures under 123 degrees.
I especially like the point about return on investment (ROI). Saving money after installing a new furnace, for example, will give you a return on investment each year, and that return is tax free! The section on appliances is also quite useful.
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Easy read, well categorized, good graphics. Really helpful in getting me to where I know what to ask for, what to do, for winterizing my home and saving lots of money on fuel... Read morePublished 23 months ago by bargo
A great resource for understanding your home and how to manage its energy effectively and efficiently!Published on July 2, 2014 by Joseph M Giordano