Eco-renovation: The Ecological Home Improvement Guide

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Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 1994 - House & Home - 263 pages
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Eco-Renovation is the first book specifically aimed at homeowners who want to make their houses as green as possible. It will show the reader how to reduce energy bills and select resource-efficient building materials.

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Even if one doesn't care about the environmental implications of wasting resources, it bears noting that more efficient use will result in monetary savings. Harland, an architect, here introduces the ... Read full review

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Spacel
1
Energy
37
Health
120
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Harlan is a architect specializing in home renovations.

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