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          2009 International Energy Conservation Code, Softcover Version

          ISBN 13: 9781580017428

          ISBN 10: 1580017428

          Author: International Code Council (ICC)


          Published: 02/05/2009

          Price: $43.00 Add to cart

          For the most current information on energy conservation code requirements, refer to the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code?. This highly beneficial resource fosters energy conservation through efficiency in envelope design, mechanical systems, lighting systems, and through the use of new materials and techniques. With this comprehensive and cutting-edge coverage, it is a critical component of any code library.

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          • establishes provisions that adequately conserve energy, while minimizing any increase in construction costs
          • establishes performance-based provisions that adequately protect public health, safety, and welfare
          • available in both soft cover and loose-leaf formats, allowing readers to use it as a standalone resource or to incorporate it into other code reference material
          • produced by the International Code Council, a membership organization that develops the codes used to construct residential and commercial buildings
          Author Bio
          International Code Council (ICC)
          ICC is a leading organization dedicated to developing a single set of comprehensive, coordinated national model construction codes. To date, 48 U.S. states have adopted various international codes from ICC.
          cover image - 2009 International Energy Conservation Code, Softcover Version
          Table of Contents
          Chapter 1 Administration.
          Chapter 2 Definitions.
          Chapter 3 Climate Zones.
          Chapter 4 Residential Energy Efficiency.
          Chapter 5 Commercial Energy Efficiency.
          Chapter 6 Referenced Standards.