The layout of your house—the size and shape of the rooms and how those spaces relate to each other and to the outdoors—has a big impact on how you and your family feel about being at home. It also plays a role in your home’s consumption of energy and other resources.
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“Changing Trends: A Brief History of the U.S. Household Consumption of Energy, Water, Food, Beverages and Tobacco,” by Diamond, R.C., and M. Moezzi.
Home Energy Efficient Design (HEED)
“Small Is Beautiful: House Size, Resource Use, and the Environment.” Environmental Building News
Outdoor rooms are a great way to expand your living space without spending a lot of money. Better still, they’re heated by the sun and cooled by the shade and breezes, so they don’t consume energy.…Continue
Started by Home Energy Saver. Last reply by Charles Long Feb 12, 2014.