As part of our energy codes initiative, SEEA has partnered with Advanced Energy, an engineering services firm based in North Carolina, to develop comprehensive training resource materials for builders and code officials. These resources include energy code checklists, code references, pictures of good and bad installations, information sheets on common problem areas, and applicable IRC references broken out by trades or by inspection codes.
These manuals offer help to builders, code officials and tradespeople who seek to understand and meet energy code requirements. State-specific checklists and tech tips simplify and explain the code requirements that affect the majority of new homes constructed, and these are available for no charge at the website, “Success for Builders and Code Officials.”
Together, these resources include energy code checklists, code references, pictures of good and bad installations, information sheets on common problem areas and applicable IRC references. This information is broken out by trades and also by inspection codes.
For questions about these manuals, contact built environment project manager Maggie Kelley Riggins.
We make the following materials available at cost:
- Success with 2009 IECC
- Success with 2009 IECC for South Carolina
- Success with 2009 IECC for Georgia
- Success with the Alabama Energy Code
- Success with 2012 IECC
- Success with 2012 IECC for Code Officials
- Success with the Florida Energy Code
SEEA’s full suite of Success manuals is available for purchase at the SEEA Marketplace.