In Gratitude to Bill Miller
Bill Miller was our interim Executive Director (ED) during the merger of Home Energy Magazine and Efficiency First with the Home Performance Coalition, later to become the Building Performance Association. During the approximately two-year transition, ...
LETTERS: July/August 1996
Where Do Average Costs Come From?, Mildew on Composite-Board Siding, Canadians Blew It First, Opening Up to Fireplace Dampers [continue reading]
LETTERS: May/June 1996
Knob and Tube Not a Fire Hazard, Less Confusing Appliance Labels?, Befuddled Over Use of Tyvek, Damperless Fireplaces [continue reading]
LETTERS: March/April 1996
Seeking Comfort in Duct Repair, Stressed-Skin Panels Stretch Resources, Noisy Windows Irk Trailer Owner, Creating Quality in Two Languages [continue reading]
LETTERS: January/February 1996
Green Fiberglass, "Superficial" Efficient Refrigerator Program, Crime, Glazing, and Creature Comforts, Lamp Ban Bums Violet-Grower, Education Needed [continue reading]
LETTERS: November/December 1995
Clearing Up Shady Issues, Remedial Action for Mobiles?, Web Visualization Technique, Internet Browser Finds Home Energy Online, Clarifications [continue reading]
LETTERS: September/October 1995
Air Tighten with Care, Closet Reasons to Install CFLs [continue reading]
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