Rumors have been swirling for months about the possible changes to the 2012 Energy Code. A move to the 2012 code would necessitate changes such as more insulation, a tighter envelope, tighter ducts, better windows, and more efficient lighting than the 2009 code.
Currently, the New Hampshire has only adopted the IECC 2009 code (with amendments), and it looks as though the State is going to leave this issue alone. That doesn’t mean, however, that there won’t be changes down the road for residential builders. It appears that adoption of the code will be left up to individual municipalities. That means that while the State mandate may not line up with the IECC 2012, stricter regulations may still be imposed on builders depending on the actions of local government.
Join us this Tuesday, Feb. 12th, as Scott Emond of Superior Insulation takes us through the possible changes in the new 2012 Energy Code, and what they could mean for you as a contractor.
Tim Lacey of National Fiber will be speaking about the benefits of cellulose insulation in a thermal and acoustical application. He'll also talk about their product NU Wool and its advantages over other cellulose products.
Tuesday, March 12
beginning at 6 pm
Legends Room at Eastern Slope Inn
North Conway Village
$15 for members, $20 for non-members -
this includes Flatbread Company pizza and salad and networking opportunities!