It's easy building green! This guide helps environmentally conscious people make real-world decisions about building or remodeling a home. Readers will find information on how to save money by going green when building or remodeling, how to find the right green integrated system design, how to choose heating and cooling equipment, and how to save money on water. - Focuses on the design integration of green materials - Residential and commercial green building will grow from 2% of the U.S. construction market in 2005 to as much as 10% in 2010 (NAHB) - More than 80 regional and local green building programs are in place in the U.S. and more are being promoted in the private sectorThe majority of the energy consumed is used for heating the water in the washer and drying the clothes in the dryer. ... Other new machines, such as the Whirlpool Duet Steam, a washer and dryer combo, incorporate steam to clean clothesanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Green Building and Remodeling|
|Author||:||John Barrows, Lisa Iannucci|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2009-01-06|