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Free Informative Documents to Download

Here are some interesting free publications about indoor air quality, ventilation, moisture problems, air conditioning and energy savings:


Moisture Problems

Moisture problems are detrimental to our health and the durability and resale value of our homes. This document shows you how to solve moisture problems, improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

Author: Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency
Title: Moisture Problems

Download - Moisture Problems (pdf)


Air Leakage Control

Air leaks account for 25 to 40 percent of heat loss in houses. This document shows you how to solve problems related to air leaks and save money and energy.

Author: Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency
Title: Air Leakage Control

Download - Air Leakage Control (pdf)


Air Conditioning Your Home

Learn all there is to know about air-conditioning for your home to help you make appropriate choices. In this publication, we describe air-conditioning equipment and talk about the different installations to choose from and the maintenance of an air-conditioning system.

Author: Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency
Title: Air Conditioning Your Home

Download - Air Conditioning Your Home (pdf)


Keeping the Heat In

Home heating is your single largest energy expense. This publication presents renovation options, building materials and renovation techniques that will enable you to have more money and make your house more comfortable.

Author: Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency
Title: Keeping the Heat In

Download - Keeping the Heat In (pdf)


Heating and Cooling With a Heat Pump

Heat pumps are efficient heating and cooling systems that can reduce your energy costs. This booklet describes common types of heat pumps and discusses factors to consider when choosing, installing, operating and maintaining your heat pump.

Author: Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency
Title: Heating and Cooling With a Heat Pump

Download - Heating and Cooling With a Heat Pump (pdf)


A Guide to Indoor Air Quality

While pollutant levels from individual sources may not pose a significant health risk by themselves, most homes have more than one source of indoor air pollution. The cumulative effects of these sources can pose a serious health risk . Fortunately, there are steps you can take both to reduce the risk from existing sources and to prevent new problems from occurring. This booklet was prepared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to help you decide whether to take actions that can reduce the level of indoor air pollution in your own home.

Author: Environmental Protection Agency (USA) and CPSC
Title: The Indoor Story - A Guide to Indoor Air Quality

Download - Guide to Indoor Air Quality (pdf)


 

 

 
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