30 Energy-efficient Houses...you Can Build

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Rodale Press, 1977 - Building - 316 pages
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This book is about how to build tomorrow's house -- today. How to build a house that is energy efficient, solar heated, uses every inch of space well, is designed for the people who plan to live there, is elegantly simple, and yet doesn't cost a small fortune.

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User Review  - Abbey - Goodreads

I love this book! It contains beautiful houses that can be built inexpensively. The problem with this book, is that I wanted it to have more specific information about building homes of this style. Read full review

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

A bunch of great ideas here with enough information to use one of these plans for your own home. Extremely practical and appealing. Read full review


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