Krigger, John, and Chris Dorsi. The Homeowner’s Handbook to Energy Efficiency: A Guide to Big and Small Improvements.
2008. 256 pp., paper.
Krigger and Dorsi have been preaching the whole-house gospel for many years, and this book condenses their broad hands-on experience into an easy-to-use guide for the homeowner/DIYer. If you are a home performance or energy efficiency contractor, you can use this guide as a client education tool. It will help to ensure that clients take better care of their homes and that they keep looking for new ways to save energy.
No two authors are better qualified to translate the complexities of building science into language that is accessible to the homeowner. And they do it in a way that allows any homeowner to get started now.
--from the book review in the Sept/Oct 2008 issue of Home Energy Magazine