As a licensed, bonded and insured window and door installation contractor, a-TaylorMade Window performs an essential function: ensuring compliance with the California Energy Code — Title 24, part 6, of the California Code of Regulations. Commonly known as Title 24, the regulatory standard that has been in effect since 1978 established minimum energy efficiency criteria for residential and commercial buildings.
Title 24 energy calculations must be submitted to municipal or county building departments as a condition of granting a building permit. The submitted report must document that the proposed construction or building modification conforms to Title 24 energy standards.
We at a-TaylorMade Window can produce the calculations needed to verify the energy-saving performance of any new doors and windows that we sell and install.
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