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This measure guide describes basic steps for designing and installing an indirect (anti-freeze) solar hot water system.
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Guide describing how to install efficient clothes washers in new and existing homes.
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Guide describing combustion furnaces with compliance and installation guidance.
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Guide describing condensing boilers and hot water heat distribution systems used for home heating.
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Guide describing condensing clothes dryers, which have a secondary heat exchanger and do not require exterior venting.
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Guide describing categories of direct-vent combustion space- and water-heating equipment and combustion safety testing.
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Guide describing how to install dishwashers in new and existing homes.
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Guide describing gas-fired boilers and hot water heat distribution systems used for home heating.
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Guide describing how to install a tankless hot water heater in a new or existing home to provide domestic hot water that is heated on demand without the standby losses associated with tank storage water heaters
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This measure guide describes basic steps for designing an integrated collector storage (ICS) or thermosyphon hot water system.
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Guide describing how to install and test all water-using fixtures, equipment, and appliances to ensure there are no leaks.
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Guide describing oil-fired boilers and hot water heat distribution systems used for home heating.
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Guide describing how to install energy efficient refrigerators in new and exisitng homes.
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Guide describing how to install ventilation air inlets in open locations at a safe distance from potential air contamination sources.
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Guide describing how to determine an efficient and effective water softener.
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Guide describing additional requirements for HVAC systems in warm-humid climates to operate in a dehumidification mode to maintain indoor relative humidity at or below 60 percent.