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A case in Michigan serves as a reminder that encounters with potentially hazardous materials are common for retrofitters, including those working under the Weatherization Assistance Program
Researchers at Stanford explore concepts for a solar cell that uses both photons and thermal energy for electricity generation
Here's an example of the other kind of "floating foundation."
Cover all of your framing with housewrap, but watch this video before you cut through to install your windows.
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