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    "Green" building is becoming mainstream. Faced with escalating energy costs, increased awareness of the depletion of our natural resources, and the ill-effects of poor indoor air quality, a movement is growing among building industry professionals and homeowners to approach residential construction with a primary view toward energy conservation, alternative energy generation, and the employment of sustainable, non-toxic materials. This is the first Article of a multi-Article series summarizing the various quidelines currently in the marketplace and analyzing how they can be applied in the context of the renovation of a brownstone or other urban townhouse. 

    Comprehensive overview of hot water heating energy efficiency and conservation measures, from working with your existing heater to designing and installing an entirely new plumbing and hot water system, including an analysis of solar and in-line, tankless hot water systems.

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