Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings: All New Listings of the Most Efficient Products You Can Buy-Alex Wilson, Jennifer Thorne, John Morrill

  • Title: Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings: All New Listings of the Most Efficient Products You Can Buy
  • Author: Alex Wilson, Jennifer Thorne, John Morrill
  • Released: 2003-11-01
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  • Pages: 245
  • ISBN: 0918249465
  • ISBN13: 978-0918249463
  • ASIN: 0918249465

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Alex Wilson and John Morrill have assembled a comprehensive guide to energy-saving techniques and devices with two goals in mind: save consumers money and save Earth in the process. Wilson and Morrill offer consumers the latest techniques for making their homes more efficient, comfortable, and cheaper to live in, and they supply energy ratings for appliances, light bulbs, water heaters, windows, heating systems, and more. The language is clear and entertaining; you needn't to be a technician or an engineer to understand the suggestions and analyses. Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings will prove incredibly useful for people who are about to build a home or remodel, or who simply want to get the most bang for their buck and not waste energy or foul the environment. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Review "Not only does the Guide rate the brand of major home appliances and fixtures for energy efficiency, it also shows how to insulate, landscape and maintain your home in the manner that will make your wallet and your planet greener."
--E Magazine

"This book could have easily been titled The Encyclopedia of Home Energy Savings. It's the most comprehensive resource to home energy savings that I've seen. Every homeowner and environmentally conscious (or utility paying) renter should have a copy."
--Green Living

"Must reading for homeowners in the market for new appliances…contains a wealth of information on how to make the appliances you own now work more efficiently. The advice here will also save you hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs."
--Better Homes and Gardens pdf