International Energy Conservation Code (IECC)

Like the Title 24 Energy Code, the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and the Model Energy Code (MEC) was adopted to help conserve energy, protect the environment, promote comfort for homeowners, and lower utility bills. The two most popular programs are REScheck for residential and COMcheck for commercial (Envelope, Mechanical, Indoor Lighting, Outdoor Lighting)
Some states that have adopted the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) are:
Arkansas , Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, New Mexico, Tennessee, Delaware, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Oregon *, Rhode Island, , Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C.
Prior to receiving a building permit, documentation that shows energy code compliance must be submitted to the local building department.
If you have questions or would like a proposal for a specific project, please call: Escondido (760) 743-5408
* Oregon has adopted the 2014 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code.

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