Letters: July/August 2015
Revisiting “Revisiting Electrification” Last issue’s editorial, “Revisiting Electrification” (May/June ’15, p. 2), received quite a bit of feedback on Home Energy Pros. We love a good discussion, so we ...
Heat Pump Comparison Flawed?, Give Heat Pumps Their Day in the Sun, Zebra Moisture Mystery, Reflections on White Roofs, Insulating Floor Trusses, Ceilings and Roofs: Reprise, Pilot Lights Use More Energy [continue reading]
Flue Season, Structural Tyvek? Really, It Works!, High Voltage, Long Life, Low Efficiency. [continue reading]
"Accurate" Is an Eight-Letter Word, Who's Using All the Hot Water?, Fiberglass Ups Its R-Value, Only Soggy Ceilings Sag, Forgotten Films, Progress?, Ventilate Right: Then Build Tight, Built Tight: Now Ventilating Right [continue reading]
Average Rates Rate a Complaint, Call the COPs-HE Unfair to Heat Pumps!, Anode Quest and Questions [continue reading]
Where Do Average Costs Come From?, Mildew on Composite-Board Siding, Canadians Blew It First, Opening Up to Fireplace Dampers [continue reading]
Julie Michals is the Director of Clean Energy Valuation at E4TheFuture. In this role, her focus is on initiatives ...
One look at the phone book or online listings of HVAC contractors these days and you will see that there ...