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Maine Guide to Energy Efficient Residential Construction : A Manual of Accepted Practices

State of Maine Energy Conservation Division, Department of Economic and Community Development, 59 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0059

Second Edition - November, 1997

Contents: Dedication / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Part 1. Summary of Maine's Residential Energy Standards / Part 2. Siting and Initial Design Considerations / Part 3. Important Considerations for the Design Phase / Part 4. Recommended Construction Practices / Appendixes

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State of Maine Energy Conservation Division


Augusta, Maine


Home Design, Homes, Dwellings, Energy Efficiency, Energy Conservation, Insulation, Energy Saving, Residential Energy, Indoor Air Quality, Mechanical Ventilation, Heating Systems, Construction Practices, Energy Efficient Houses, Heat Loss, Home Construction, Heating Costs, Radon, Residential Construction


Architectural Engineering | Energy Systems | Environmental Design | Environmental Engineering | Heat Transfer, Combustion | Other Architecture | Real Estate | Structural Engineering | Technology and Innovation


USM library Gorham Stacks: TJ 163.5 B84 M35 1997

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Maine Guide to Energy Efficient Residential Construction : A Manual of Accepted Practices



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