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Insulation & Energy Conservation
Building The Brookhaven House
This program examines the construction of the Department of Energy's prototype passive solar home, the Brookhaven House, built with standard materials and methods. Learn how to adapt any housing or building design to incorporate passive solar features which can save up to 75 percent of a homeowner's fuel bill.
Design With The Sun: Passive Solar Architecture
Internationally recognized authority on solar energy Bill Yanda takes you on a tour of selected passive solar homes and buildings across the United States. Includes basic concepts such as direct gain, built-in greenhouses and Trombe wall systems.
Step-by-step instructions on how to install a new threshold; weatherstrip a door; apply caulk; weatherstrip a window; install a programmable thermostat; insulate a hot water heater; install both insulation; install vapor barriers; and insulate the attic floor.
Equal Rights To The Sun
Solar energy is not only for the rich. Learn how any city dweller can save hundreds of dollard a year by sensible, inexpensive methods of conversion to solar energy.
How To Keep The Heat In Your House
Learn how to weatherize your home, where to begin, and what measures are most cost effective. You can save up to 50 percent of your fuel bill just by insulating and weatherstrippng.
How To's of Weatherstripping & Caulking
Everything you ever wanted to know about weatherstripping doors and windows, including tips on caulks and caulking.
Installing Insulation and Sheetrock
Find out all about vapor barriers, "R" value, and how to measure, cut and install insulation. Then explore how to install sheetrock: measurement, cutting, handling and installation, including doors and electrical box openings. Just like a pro!
Installing fiberglass batts in walls, roofs and attics. Ventilation, vapor barriers, and time-saving tips. Installing blown-in insulation and rigid foam panels. Also, attic ventilation, wind turbines, tools and materials and safety.
Saving Money and Energy & The Cooling of Summer Heat
Low-cost and no-cost tips for reducing energy use in your home. And lots of good ideas for keeping your home cooler in the summer for the lowest possible cost.
An excellent introduction to solar energy, accentuating space and water heating as the most appropriate use of the sun's energy. Witness uses from the ancient cliff dwellings of the Anassazi Indians to the tenement buildings of New York City's Bronx.
Upholstering A Dining Rooom Chair: Box Welted Style and Fabric to Frame Style
If you think upholstering one of your old dining room chairs is a difficult job, let Bonnie Enault change your mind with this program. She shows you in detail the right way to upholster two different types of dining room chairs; how to take off the old upholdtery; and how to measure, cut and attach your material to make that old chair handsome and fresh again.
Weatherization & Insulation
Weather-stripping and caulking doors, replacing door threshold and home weatherization audit. Weatherizing windows, caulking foundations and cracks, insulating hot water heaters and energy conservation projects.
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