Heating and Cooling
Installing Ducts and Radiators
Fireplaces and Stoves
Solar and Heaters
Putting In A Central Air Conditioner
More Heat from Your Furnace
Tuning Up an Oil Burner
Adding a Humidifier
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Color Portfolio: Using to Heat and Cool
1 Climate Made to Order
Simple steps to even, Economical Heat
The pros and cons of constant circulation
How to balance your forced-air system
The thermostat: Key to temperature Control
2 The Most Heat for the Least Fuel
Making a hot flame for maximum effeciency
Tuning up an oil burner
Cleaning and sealing a furnace
Preserving the lungs of your forced-air system
Hot-water heat: Easy to maintain and modernize
3 New Heat Where You Need It
Extending the flow of a forced-air system
Space heaters to warm individual rooms
Adding a Convector to a hot-water system
Electric Heaters: Quiet, clean and durable
The Fireplace: Decorative but inefficient
Plugging the sun into existing heating systems
4 Seven Ways to Cool A House
Cooling a house without using refrigeration
Making the most of room air conditioners
Adding air conditioning to a forced-air system
Air conditioning from the attic
Troubleshooting air conditioners and heats pumps
Condition: Some discoloring on the covers, otherwise like new
Published: 1976 Time Life Books