Mader, Robert P.
March 2011
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Spring2011 Supplement, p6
The author offers views on the importance of going for green products. The author states that investing on the products is a way for homeowners to get a better return because the products can prevent utility costs. Meanwhile, he mentions that green is staying because there is several happenings in the world that will increase fuel prices.


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