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[Building Specifications]. Community Builders.

The Double Shell Solar House: Community Builders' Experience With the Buffering Air Envelope. Edited Discussion from Three Envelope Technical Conferences. Three Houses by Hank Huber, New Ipswich, NH.

Community Builders Canterbury, NH 1980 Oblong Octavo, pp. 113. Illustrated with b/w photos, drawings, and plans.
An in-depth look at the use of a buffering air envelope in solar heated (and conventional) buildings for increased insulation and energy efficiency. This technique involves constructing a "building within a building" to trap air and create a buffer zone between the interior building and the outside. With detailed drawings, case studies, and information from conference presentations.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Original Wraps
Condition: Very Good; taped spine loose at ends, minor bumping on corners,
Book Id: 15416

Price: $12.00

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