The 2017 Florida Building Code – Energy Conservation, 6th Edition is based fully on and integrates the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code. Energy conservation can be extremely important to your business, and can save you money in the long run. Although most states adapt the International Code series for their uniform code, some states have taken it upon themselves to create their own code. The Florida codes are revised and republished every 3 years. For your convenience chapter tabs are included to make searching for codes and standards much easier.
This code goes into effect on December 31, 2017.
Table of Contents
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 1 (CE) Scope and Administration
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 2 (CE) Definitions
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 3 (CE) General Requirements
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 4 (CE) Commercial Energy Efficiency
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 5 (CE) Exiting Buildings
Commercial Provisions – Chapter 6 (CE) Referenced Standards
Commercial Provisions – Appendix CA Forms
Commercial Provisions – Index
Residential Provisions Table of Contents
Residential Provisions – Chapter 1 (RE) Scope and Administration
Residential Provisions – Chapter 2 (RE) Definitions
Residential Provisions – Chapter 3 (RE) General Requirements
Residential Provisions – Chapter 4 (RE) Residential Energy Efficiency
Residential Provisions – Chapter 5 (RE) Existing Buildings
Residential Provisions – Chapter 6 (RE) Referenced Standards
Residential Provisions – Recommended Procedure for Worst-Case Testing of Atmospheric Venting Systems Under R402 or R405 Conditions ≤ 5 ACH50
Residential Provisions – Solar-Ready Provisions – Detached One- and Two Family Dwellings, Multiple Single – Family Dwellings (Townhouses)
Residential Provisions – Appendix RC Calculation of End Use Energy Loads
Residential Provisions – Appendix RD Forms
Residential Provisions – Index
About the publisher: The International Code Council is responsible for creating a uniform code that can be used across different regions and different types of businesses. The International Code series is updated and re-published every 3 years. Before the International Code Council created a uniform code, there was no uniform code for businesses to go by.