Ruminations on the recycled content and carbon burden of fibrous insulations
Green-building basics made a big difference when upgrading my childhood home
Not every job can be net-zero, but every job can make an improvement
It started with copper and iron, but the future of batteries is likely lithium ion
Understanding types of rot and how they act benefits the conscientious builder
Too dangerous to keep using, too useful to omit altogether
A brief recap of how 1970s environmentalism set my course . . . and the questions I'm left asking
The need for more resilient homes in the face of more severe weather is an opportunity for smart builders
To understand how air conditioning works, you'll need to know why the sweat on your brow cools you down, while the sweat on your beer bottle warms it up
Bill Rose's classic isn't a cheap book. Buy it anyway. It pays for itself if you avoid one leak.
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