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Leaky Ducts Suck In Health Hazards

June 16, 2001

Does your house smell like a sewer? [continue reading]

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Better Breathing Thanks to Good Science

June 16, 2001

About 15 years ago researchers started applying scientific methods and instruments to the study of buildings. [continue reading]

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Getting the Most from Your Fan

June 16, 2001

Ceiling fans are one of the most popular and generally well regarded of all home energy efficiency features. [continue reading]

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Sealing Up Your Home's Leaks

June 16, 2001

Your house's walls and windows-what building professionals call the building envelope or shell-are supposed to prevent air from moving through them. [continue reading]

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Comparing Your Home's Energy Use to Others

June 16, 2001

Do you know how well your house is doing in terms of the energy it uses? Is your house operating efficiently or inefficiently? [continue reading]

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Snowy and Icy Indicators of Wasted Money

June 16, 2001

With the recent huge increases in energy costs, figuring out how best to conserve energy and improve comfort in a home has become an urgent issue. [continue reading]

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Is Energy Efficiency an American Value?

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Is Energy Efficiency an American Value?

Energy efficiency is good for the economy, good for families, good for workers, and good for the environment.

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