The Home Energy Diet: How to Save Money by Making Your House Energy-Smart

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New Society Publishers, May 1, 2005 - House & Home - 304 pages
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Tighten your home's energy belt and save both energy and money!

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Review: The Home Energy Diet: How to Save Money by Making Your House Energy-Smart

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

I would have apperciated this more if I were buying new appliances or replacing windows. It's mostly about weatherproofing your home. Read full review

Review: The Home Energy Diet: How to Save Money by Making Your House Energy-Smart

User Review  - Nicole - Goodreads

This book is definitely more helpful for people who own a home and are ready to make larger changes. Any suggestions that could relate to apartment living we've already made, so it wasn't very helpful for our situation. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Paul Scheckel is an energy auditor who has visited over 3,000 homes, educating people about energy efficiency, cost-effective improvements, and indoor air quality. With a passion for energy efficiency, he walks the talk by living in a solar-powered house and driving a car powered by vegetable oil, in his home state of Vermont.

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