Installing an Instantaneous Water Heater/Planting Trees to Save Energy/Installing Cellulose Insulation

Ask This Old House: Season 4: Episode 21

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Installing an Instantaneous Water Heater/Planting Trees to Save Energy/Installing Cellulose Insulation

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PBS | Air Date: February 25, 2006
Summary: In this episode about saving energy, Richard Trethewey goes to Atlanta where he helps a homeowner install an instantaneous water heater to save on rising fuel costs. In the Ask This Old House loft, Roger Cook shows how proper planting of deciduous and evergreen trees can help reduce the costs of heating and cooling your house. Tom SilvaIn this episode about saving energy, Richard Trethewey goes to Atlanta where he helps a homeowner install an instantaneous water heater to save on rising fuel costs. In the Ask This Old House loft, Roger Cook shows how proper planting of deciduous and evergreen trees can help reduce the costs of heating and cooling your house. Tom Silva helps a pair of homeowners insulate the walls of their antique Victorian using blown-in cellulose insulation. Back in the loft, Tom demonstrates how to add additional fiberglass insulation to an attic. Expand
Genre(s): Health & Lifestyle, Educational, Arts
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