SHELTON, Wash. (PRWEB) April 06, 2021
Kevin D Nelson, a certified auditor/inspector on manufactured houses, mobile homes, and regular houses, has completed his new book “Insulating Your Mobile or Manufactured Home”: an educative book filled with steps on learning about one’s house structure to properly install cooling and heating systems and turn one’s abode into a warm home.
“Kevin writes, Why is my home cold? This book covers how to information on why and how to change that cold house into a warm home step-by-step. Duct systems are often separated, parted, and often destroyed by water and animals. Learn how to seal and repair damaged ducts to save on your electric bill. Air sealing—learn how and where to seal holes in the shell of the home that are constantly losing heat to outside and how to repair holes in the rodent barrier and insulate the floor with substantial amounts of insulation. There are several ways to insulate the ceiling in a manufactured home. This book covers building structure of how it was built and the different components that make up its structure from walls, windows, roofs, duct systems, and heating system, discussing how they can be improved to make your cold house into a warm home.”
Published by Page Publishing, Kevin D Nelson’s account shows the history of heating and cooling systems throughout the years and how much it has changed to better suit the convenience of the times.
“Insulating Your Mobile or Manufactured Home” contains measures that aid in saving cost on planning and completing heating and cooling systems.
Readers who wish to experience this must-read work can purchase “Insulating Your Mobile or Manufactured Home” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
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