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Huge advances in woodworking technology - Fine Woodworking

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Our new report in the Tools & Shops issue tells the truth about filtration and cfm numbers; shows which dust separators keep filters the cleanest; and identifies the best products for keeping your shop air, and your precious ...
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Publications - HUD USER - Policy Development and Research's Information Service

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Research reports, case studies, and guidebooks relating to housing production and technology.
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HowStuffWorks "10 Cutting-edge, Energy-efficient Building Materials"

HowStuffWorks "10 Cutting-edge, Energy-efficient Building Materials" | Newest Carpentry Products (aspect 1) | Scoop.it
Are you wondering about cutting-edge building materials? Check out this article and learn about 10 cutting-edge, energy efficient building materials.
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Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:30 PM
7) Low-E Windows---- Easily said than not, the E stands for emissivity, which is a clear coating put onto the windows. Meaning keeping that warm cozy heat in in the winter but keeping that dreadful scorch outside on an extremely hot day. The soft coating allows it to go between the glass while the hard coating just goes directly on the outside of the window.
Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:30 PM
<br>6) Cool Roofing---- Its like wearing a white t-shirt on a hot sunny day. It doesn’t absorb the heat but rather reflect it thus making it a whole lot cooler on the other side such as a building. You can choose any color of roofing you want and this will get the job done for you, reflecting the heat rather than absorbing it.<br>
Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:30 PM
5) Straw Bales---- “According to the California Straw Building Association, straw if kept dry, can last for thousands of years.” (NAHB Research Center) Stucco along with plaster walls comes together and joins very well with straw bales, which provides great insulation.
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Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:32 PM
3) Conservatory Roof Blinds---- These wonderful items can be made to fit on any kind of conservatory. The awesome thing about the exterior blind it that it allows the sunlight or light in but does not let the heat in with it, blocking it. That’s what is great about this is because its an all year item even on those blistering days during the summer months.
Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:32 PM
2) Sun Awnings--- Makes the time on your patio area, conservatory, or garden that much better. As the summer gets longer and the days become warmer you will no doubt have to invest into this high quality sun awning. Once installed it is easy to take care of. But if you are looking to get more area, you can opt to get a freestanding awing.
Ryan Marasti's comment, February 21, 2014 3:33 PM
<br>1) Glass Verandas— A new improvement that can be used for style and functional purposes. These can also be known as glass canopies, which allow owners to have fresh air, provide garden shelter and of course to sit under to give you a wonderful site or to smoke if needed too. This will help you out because if there is any bad weather you wont be affected by it. They can be installed anywhere you could think of such as your house, a school, restaurants, hotel, or office buildings.<br>