Hummingbird House Design for Everyone -- Part-III

Jackson, Leslie
May 2010
Home Energy;May/Jun2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p16
Trade Publication
An interview with a water heater expert Larry Weingarten is presented. When asked about his view on passive-solar siting with regards to the Hummingbird House he designed, he states that the nobody wants a house that looks like a solar house, instead, it must be something that is comfortable. He mentions that they have been trying to make people live in a solar collector because that is what the house becomes.


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