Tiny House, Tiny Energy? Part II

Spotlight Article:

Tiny House, Tiny Energy? Part II

This is part 2 of a two-part series on Tiny Houses. Another concern with building and living in a tiny house that could affect the health and safety of the occupants is the potential moisture generation ...

Keep Reading

FILTER ARTICLES
stuff

Cheating - The Insulation Industry's Dirty Secret

free CONTENT
November 01, 2000

Major problems exist with the way some attic insulations are manufactured, labeled, and installed. An experienced insulation contractor, diagnostic technician, and building science educator sizes up the ongoing problem of cheating and offers specific recommendations to prevent it. [continue reading]

stuff

California Building Codes Change

Author: Mary James
archive CONTENT
May 01, 1999

Last November, the California Energy Commission approved the 1998 version of the Alternative Calculation Methods (ACM) section of Title 24, which regulates the energy efficiency performance of new residential construction. [continue reading]

stuff

States Ignore Building Codes

Author: Mary James
archive CONTENT
January 01, 1999

The International Code Council released its 1998 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) last spring (see "Energy Code Goes International," Sept/Oct '98, p. 7), but don't expect to see these codes affecting construction in your state soon. [continue reading]

stuff

Energy Code Goes International

archive CONTENT
September 01, 1998

The Model Energy Code (MEC) is a national standard. When local code jurisdictions are updating a building code, they can use MEC as a starting point for their energy efficiency requirements, saving them time and trouble. [continue reading]

stuff

Title 24: The Next Step

Author: Doug Johnson
archive CONTENT
January 01, 1998

California's energy standards for new buildings, known as Title 24, are being revised to make building energy savings more reliable. [continue reading]

stuff

Regulating Ventless Heaters

archive CONTENT
January 01, 1998

Ventless gas heaters have seen sales take off over the past few years, buoyed by their low cost, attractive design, and high efficiency. [continue reading]

People Who Save Energy

Jim Gunshinan

People Who Save Energy

According to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), there are millions of workers in the country creating ...

Coping with Dust and Smoke From Fires

Alex Stadtner

Coping with Dust and Smoke From Fires

October will long be remembered in Northern California, where wildfires destroyed over 8,000 structures, killed scores, and forever changed Sonoma and ...

Earn BPI CEU credits
HEP
Home Performance with EnergyStar

Harness the power of
HOME PERFORMANCE!

Get the Home Energy
e-newsletter

FREE!

SUBSCRIBE

NOW!