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Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5 (17 ratings)

( ) Posted by Anonymous on March 22, 2011 @ 11:33 AM

"If you are new or old in the heating field you must read this book, it will totally amaze you at how much more you can learn. Dan is a master with words and has the ability to write in simple terms that anyone can understand, more importantly, he gets and keeps your attention throughout the book. I know that if you read this book you will go to his Web site and buy more of his books. Good Reading and Good Luck." - Wayne Spear

( ) Posted by Anonymous on March 22, 2011 @ 11:26 AM

Dan, This book has been an absolute life saver on many occassions. A must have for anyone that wants to know ANYTHING about steam. I have one of the original printings of your book, I make it a point to read it at the beginning of every heating season, then I use it all year as my main referrance. It has finnally worn out to a point that I am embarressed to take it on a job. I need a new one. Thanks for writting it and in such a way that makes it fun to read. Bob Edgar Edgar Plumbing & Heating, Inc. P. S. I read your "Terms and conditions". I applaud you for them. More people should run thier companies like this. Thanks again.

- Bob Edgar

( ) Posted by will smith on October 8, 2010 @ 10:56 PM

This book could come with a 30 YEAR guarantee-I'm buying my first copy in the spiral cover; I've bought three in the past years, the bindings broke down on my other ones because I read them so much. All my other copies that were worn have been passed on to supply counter folks or building engineers that I REALLY liked. It's the DogGonned Bible of Steam-you don't pass that on to just ANYone. I've been in my trade for more years than I'm yet ready to admit, but I still remember the first time I walked into a building with steam heat...I had never worked on steam before, and only knew the stories of them BLOWING UP if you didn't know what you were doing. I did what Dan recounted once-I crept out of the boiler room-hoping it didn't notice me. I hated that feeling, and that night, went home and found The Lost Art. I'm so glad I did-Dan makes it all make sense. If you're only going to buy one book on steam in your entire life-BUY THIS ONE!

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