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Guide to the 2013 California Green Building Standards Code: Residential
Title: Guide to the 2013 California Green Building Standards Code: Residential

ISBN: 7704S13

Information on California's 2013 Green Building Standards Code (CAL Green) governing construction of low-rise and high-rise residential hotels, motels, lodging houses, apartments, and dwellings. Includes; commentary, background, questions and answers (Q&A's) and helpful tools for the code user to better understand the mandatory and voluntary measures developed by HCD for residential structures.

This guide was developed by the California Department of Housing and Community Development and introduces code users to the residential provisions of the 2013 California Green Building Standards Code (Title 24, Part 11), also known as CALGreen.

Features:

  • Introduction and Application
  • Technical Application to Residential Buildings
  • Residential Voluntary Measures
  • Suggested Forms and Worksheets
  • Commentary

It will assist code officials, designers, plan reviewers, inspectors, and contractors in understanding how to apply and enforce the new code.

134 pages, paperback. International Code Council (February 2014)



Author: ICC 7704S13 California Department of Housing and Community Development
Publisher: ICC
Categories: Calif Title 24 2013, Green Building and Design,

Our Price: $29.00
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