On July 19, 2016, Massachusetts completed its base and stretch energy code update process. Massachusetts has amended its 8th edition of the state’s building codes and these have taken effect as of January 1, 2017. The adopted code includes state amendments to the base energy code (residential and commercial) as well as an updated stretch energy code. These codes will be enforced through local building inspectors throughout the Commonwealth. These codes and their updates are developed to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, both residential and commercial, resulting in cost savings and environmental benefits.
National Lumber is proud to partner with Sustainable Energy Analytics and Johns Manville to offer a free seminar to review and discuss these changes. The 1-hour presentation discusses the new energy codes and their application to residential and commercial buildings, mandatory requirements, paths to compliance, and much more. A social hour will follow and speakers will be available to answer any questions not covered during the presentation.
This seminar has been offered throughout December and January and have been very popular. Another seminar is being planned for February. While a date has not yet been set, contact Chris Kirouac at firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text Chris at 508-509-9329 to be the first to receive details. Provide your email address and receive a registration invitation when a date is announced.