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Social Media and its Affect on the Future of Hydronics
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For the hydronic aficionados who still think hydronics should be a right to invent on each this and take notes...remember this...all design is human factor design.

See also:

  1. Robert's Industry Observations, Part I

  2. Robert's Industry Observations, Part II

  3. Robert's Industry Observations, Part III

  4. Robert's Industry Observations, Part IV

  5. Tower of Babble, Human Factor Design

  6. How Much Does it Cost?

  7. Do I need an engineer? A Guide to HVAC/Indoor Climate Design Service Providers

  8. Where will your indoor climate system score?

  9. How to "ball park" your budget for indoor climate control.

  10. Indoor environments: Self assessment

  11. Built to code: What does it mean for consumer thermal comfort?

  12. The Total Comfort System - The "Un-minimum" System

  13. Thermal Comfort: A 40 grit perspective for consumers

  14. Thermal Comfort: A Condition of Mind

  15. Do-It-Yourself HVAC - Should you do it?

  16. The Cost of HVAC Systems - Are You Paying Too Much for Downgrades?

  17. Radiant Installations - The Good, Bad and Ugly

  18. Thermal Comfort Surveys - Post Occupancy, Part I

  19. Thermal Comfort Surveys - Post Occupancy, Part II

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