Author: John T. Krigger
Publisher: Saturn Resources Management, 1991
Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", 79 pages
More than 50 million American homes have mechanical air conditioning, representing more than 50% of all homes. About 75% of new homes have central air conditioning installed during construction. Air conditioning now costs American consumers about 10 billion dollars per year in energy costs.
If you want to reduce your dependence on mechancial air conditioning, lower your cooling energy bills, and, at the same time be more comfortable in your home during hot weather, then this book is for you. Even if you don't use mechanical air conditioning, you can learn more about low-cost cooling strategies for your home.
This book is broken into four sections: Cooling Principles, Stopping Heat Gain, Cooling with Ventilation, and Mechanical Cooling Systems.
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