Dear Jim: I have an old wide window in my dining room (brick veneer wall). I want to replace it with a sliding glass door. Does this project make energy sense and, if so, how do I make this improvement?
Dear Jim: I try to use fewer electric lights to save electricity. I would like to get more natural light, but the cost of a skylight is over my budget. Are tubular skylights effective and easy to install myself?
Dear Jim: My old wood front door looks bad and has warped to the point a lot of air leaks in. I like the appearance of stained wood, so I am considering a Fiberglas door. Are they more durable than wood? – Holly H.
Dear Jim: I want to live more “green” and also save money. I am trying to find out how to calculate my carbon dioxide footprint to see how efficient I am. How can I determine the carbon emissions for various activities?
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