California approves open cell spray foam for energy efficiency standards

The California Energy Commission (CEC) now recognizes open-cell spray foam as an accepted insulation in its 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards.

January 18, 2012 |

The California Energy Commission (CEC) now recognizes open-cell spray foam as an accepted insulation in its 2008 Building Energy Efficiency Standards.

Open-cell spray foam joins closed-cell spray foam and other insulations already recognized by California's 2008 energy code.

Click here to learn about the new CEC regulations. BD+C

 

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