Jensen, Alison; Stanfield, Natalie
May 1996
Australian House & Garden;May96, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p141
Presents information on ways to keep warm and reduce the amount of energy we use. Remarks by architect, Nick Hollo; Efficiency of radiant heaters and slow-combustion heaters; Operations of fluid appliances; Ducted-gas central heating; Underfloor heating; Reverse-cycle air-conditioning; Contact information. INSETS: Reverse-cycle conditioning.;Electric underfloor heating.;Gas hydronic central heating and gas fireplaces..


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