Title 24 Compliance for HVAC Changeouts and Cool Roofs

Title 24 Compliance for HVAC Changeouts and Cool Roofs

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM - 2007
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Changes to California's Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards now require that existing ductwork in the home be tested and sealed when a new air-based HVAC system is installed in an existing home. These videos help building code officials, buidling professionals and buildin owners understand the benefits of the new requirements.
Cool Roofs reduce a building's cooling load by reflecting the sun's energy away from the roof surface. This reduces the solar heat gain that the building's cooling system must overcome. Lowering energy costs and imporving building comfort. Title 24, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations governs the state's Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buldings. Cool Roofs are included as a performance option in Title 24, and Cool Roof products meeting certain criteria qualify for energy credits under Title 24." (Back cover)
Publisher: [Sacramento, CA] : California Energy Commission, 2007
Characteristics: 1 DVD-rom : 4 3/4"
Additional Contributors: Building Media Inc


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