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FOR SALE BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS.
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20402.

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $55.00 PER YEAR INCLUDES 12 ISSUES OF MONTHLY CATALOG, SERIALS SUPPLEMENT, SEMIANNUAL INDEX, AND

CUMULATIVE INDEX.
$13.75 ADDITIONAL FOR FOREIGN MAILING.

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2. In the Bank ... or up the

Chimney? A Dollars and
Cents Guide to Energy-
Saving Home Improvements
An excellent book that shows you where
you can conserve energy in your home,
gives you an accurate estimate of how
much it's going to cost, and then tells
you how to do it. Suggested measures
cover both low-cost, do-it-yourself
projects and more expensive items that
may require the services of a contractor.
It includes step-by-step instructions for
insulating doors and windows, buying
and installing attic and basement
insulation, and routine service that will
help you save energy with your heating,
air conditioning, and water heating
systems, as well as advice on choosing
a contractor and obtaining financing for
the more involved items. 1975, rev 1977.
77 p. il.
HH 1.6/3:En 2/3/977
S/N 023-000-00411-9
$1.70

4. The Energy-Wise Homebuyer,

A Guide to Selecting an
Energy-Efficient Home
Attention homebuyers—this guide can
help you to choose a home that will
meet your family's needs and also be
efficient to heat and cool. It will show
you how a house uses energy, how you
can estimate your energy costs, and how
to evaluate the energy efficiency of a
variety of homes. In addition, it includes
several energy checklists to take with
you when you inspect a house, as well
as a number of tips on how to save
energy after you move in. 1979. 60 p. il.
HH 1.6/3:En 217
S/N 023-000-00518-2
$2.00

6. Ever Heard of Retrofit? A

Guide for the Home
Remodeler
Retrofit is the term used to cover all
renovations that are done to conserve
energy. This manual gives detailed
information about the seven retrofit
items that have proven to be most cost-
effective: caulking and weatherstripping;
storm windows and doors; attic, wall,
and underfloor insulation; and
maintenance of mechanical and water
heating systems. The step-by-step,
illustrated instructions in this manual will
help you to reduce your energy costs by
making your home more energy-
efficient. Information is also included for
contractors who want to establish a
retrofit business or expand their existing
home remodeling business to include
retrofit. 1977. 22 p. il.
E 1.26:0001
S/N 061-000-00010-1
$1.10

3. Home Energy Savers'

Workbook

By taking into consideration the unique features of your home, this workbook will help you to determine which energy conservation measures are right for your lifestyle and how much these measures will save on your home heating and cooling expenses. In addition, instructions are included for implementing various energy conservation measures. 1977. 29 p. il. FE 1.2:H 75/977 S/N 041-018-00116-6 $1.00

5. Condensation Problems in

Your House: Prevention and
Solution
In homes that are not properly
protected, condensation caused by high
humidities often results in excessive
maintenance costs. This US Forest
Service publication contains information
and recommendations for dealing with
condensation problems in new and
existing homes. It discusses the correct
methods of installing vapor barriers,
thermal insulation, and inlet and outlet
ventilators in new homes, as well as
methods which can be used to correct
moisture problems in older homes. Most
of the recommendations in this
publication are for wood-frame
structures. 1974, rep 1976. 39 p. il.
A 1.75:373
S/N 001-000-03318-2
$1.60

7. An Inexpensive Economical

Solar Heating System for
Homes
This booklet tells you how to build a low-
cost solar home heating syst to
supplement your existing warm-air
heating system. Instructions are
provided for a solar heating installation
in which you supply all the labor
necessary to install off-the-shelf
components estimated to cost $2,000.
Installed in a Hampton, Virginia home,
this system has reduced its owner's
heating bill by 40 percent! 1976. 56 p. il.
NAS 1.15:X-3294
S/N 033-000-00632-2
$1.15

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