New NFRC Website Dedicated to Simplifying Commercial Fenestration Code Compliance

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has created a new website dedicated to making it easier for building code officials to meet compliance on commercial fenestration projects.

Constructed as a resource specifically for educating building code officials, the site allows users to search for label certificates, provides resources for determining state codes, and offers guidance on dealing with windows with no ratings.You can search for window energy performance ratings using the label certificate number, project name, zip code, and location or search for a label certificate by product or state.

Learn more about navigating the website and getting products certified through NFRC’s commercial ratings program by contacting Ray McGowan at 240-821-9510.

600450 New NFRC Website Dedicated to Simplifying Commercial Fenestration Code Compliance
Date: 12 December 2013

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