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Keeping your home Cool in Summer or Warm in Winter for free!
Last updated 9:44 am, Monday 22nd May 2017

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  • M.sridharan said:

    We are in southern part of India - Tamil Nadu. We are about to build a commercial building. We need to know a cost effective way to keep the inside building temp lower than the outside temp.No Air cons Please.

    ON Tue, 6 Apr 10, 9:08am probably from India  Reply to this comment

  • Karan said:

    thanks, it is best site ever

    ON Wed, 30 May 12, 10:56am probably from India  Reply to this comment

  • David Warner said:

    With growing concern over alternative energy sources, people are more and more looking forward to sustainable energy and cheap alternatives sources for saving their hard earned $$s and also for on-going energy crisis and global warming issues too. And in this way awnings have helped people a lot by saving over 50% on cooling expenses by a recent study by PAMA and hence a considerable growth is expected in the next few years. So, putting money on awnings sounds a nice investment to me.

    ON Wed, 7 Nov 12, 11:18am probably from India  Reply to this comment

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