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IECC Additions, Alterations, Renovations, and Repairs Brochures

IMT provides several free brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, Residential Insulation & Air Leakage, and Commercial Roofing. We encourage builders and building officials to download and … Continued

2009 International Energy Conservation Code for Simple Commercial Buildings

Small commercial buildings (less than 50,000 square feet) make up more than 90 percent of the U.S. commercial building stock. Of those small buildings, most are considered “simple commercial buildings.” Many of the complex requirements in the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) do not apply to simple commercial buildings, so this compliance guide was created … Continued

Residential Insulation & Air Leakage Brochure

IMT recently released several brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, and Residential Insulation & Air Leakage. We encourage builders and building officials to download and share them.

Residential HVAC Brochure

IMT recently released several brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, and Residential Insulation & Air Leakage. We encourage builders and building officials to download and share them.

Residential Buildings Brochure

IMT recently released several brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, and Residential Insulation & Air Leakage. We encourage builders and building officials to download and share them.

Commercial Lighting Brochure

IMT recently released several brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, and Residential Insulation & Air Leakage. We encourage builders and building officials to download and share them.

Commercial Buildings Brochure

IMT recently released several brochures explaining how the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) applies to additions, alterations, renovations, and repairs to buildings. Both commercial and residential buildings are covered, as are special focus areas: Commercial Lighting, Residential HVAC, and Residential Insulation & Air Leakage. We encourage builders and building officials to download and share them.

IMT Releases Case Studies for Strategies to Improve Energy Code Compliance

IMT’s code compliance experts recently completed five case studies that reveal low-cost strategies for local governments to improve energy efficiency in residential and commercial buildings in their jurisdictions. The case studies were performed in several states throughout the U.S. and cover a wide range of effective strategies that were successfully implemented. See below to download … Continued

Commercial Energy Policy Toolkit: Cool Roofs

IMT and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA have partnered to create a toolkit of 11 policies and programs that local governments can implement today as part of a of multi-policy approach. The toolkit highlights successful local programs and best practices that governments can use to establish their own policy and program mix, based on local … Continued