DOE Energy Codes - Residential

Cracking the IECC Code Adoption, Residential

Recently, Builder Online published an interesting article about the 2015 IECC. Long story short, there are increasing code requirements for continuous exterior insulation and air tightness. Read the full article here. In the article, the author makes the point, “From the architect to the builder to the code official, all professionals in the residential and commercial construction industries should familiarize themselves with the new requirements as well as economical ways to meet them.” As a contractor, you have a unique business opportunity too, specifically in regards to air tightness in homes (and buildings). Building Performance Institute (BPI) National Technical Director John Jones will be discussing the new code adoption and how it affects contractors, including unique business opportunities. Tune into the live presentation: Cracking the IECC Code Adoption.
  • Date: Tue, 6/20/2016
  • Time: 1:00pm ET
Regardless of where you are located, Jones will share insights into the new code adoption of IECC 2009 and later and how it affects your business. Register now to get access to the presentation. Are you a homeowner? Find a residential Aeroseal dealer near you to ensure your house meets code and operates efficiently.

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