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                                                     *ATTENTION*

**Beginning June 1, 2015, the 2009 IECC Residential Energy Code Duct Tightness Test will be mandatory for all new residential construction and any improvements to those where an air conditioning system will be installed or more than 50% upgraded.

The Duct Tightness Test Form will be required to be submitted to the Permit Office prior to the final building inspection and a Certificate of Occupancy will not be granted until the Office has received the form showing results by a Certified tester.

**Also beginning June 1, 2015, the 2009 IECC Residential Energy Code Building Envelope Test or an Inspection of envelope elements will be required for all new residential construction and any improvements to those where an air conditioning system will be installed or more than 50% upgraded.

The Building Envelope Test Form showing results by a Certified tester or a complete inspection of the building envelope elements as shown on the form will be required to be submitted to the Permit Office prior to the final building inspection and a Certificate of Occupancy will not be released until the office has received the results or the inspection has not been performed and successfully passed.

 

*Inspections are a necessary part of enforcing a building code.  They ensure that structures are built to required minimum standards and that all of its elements are safe.  For information on inspection requirements, refer to documents below:

  • Building Inspection List
  • Order of Inspections
  • Inspection Requirement Information
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