How to Really Save Money and Energy in Cooling Your Home
by George S.Barton
ISBN:148 pages 5.5x8.5 inches [size]
A great three part guide to low cost home cooling! This book covers everything you have not heard of for cooling your house. The illustrations simply and easily convey to you how your house gets hot and how to keep it from getting hot. This book will save you MONEY on your AC BILL faster than anything else you have seen. If you are one of those $250+ a month Summer AC bill people, get this book.
Solar Air Heating Systems
by Steve Kornher & Andy Zaugg
ISBN:370 pages 8.5x11 inches [size]
Incredibly detailed information on how to make any type of solar air heater. It covers all of the rules of thumb, the materials, where to get them and much more. Whether you're a homeowner or a contractor, this book has everything that you need to know about the construction and operation of all types of solar air heaters for space and domestic water heating. If you're looking for one book that will get you into "hot air," this is the one!
by William K Langdon
ISBN:402 pages 5.5x8.5 inches [size]
With easy construction plans for easy insulated curtains, a huge variety of panels that you can put inside your windows, outside, and fold up/down and much more. From an extraordinarily talented author, this 379 page book is an absolute must have for any homeowner that wants to stop heat loss now!
Refrigeration: Cold Storage and Ice Making
by A. J. Wallis-tayler. C.E
ISBN:650 pages 5.5x8.5 inches [size]
Want to be cool in the summer? This classic text has about every single way of making cold from the old days. Compression cycle, evaporation cycle, vacuum of water, coolants and a very detailed section on ammonia absorption cooling. It even has details on compressed air cooling, the first A/C ever produced. Also contains details on making ice from water and sulfuric acid. The book is thick and detailed.