The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has created two fantastic softwares to allow you to create a Comcheck Energy Report for your New Construction, Alteration, or Addition to a Commercial Structure. The two softwares that they offer are Comcheck Web and Comcheck Desktop.
Your first option is to use the online version of Comcheck creating applications which is called Comcheck Web. You can access Comcheck Web here. Once there many users what to know exactly what energy codes are available within Comcheck Web online portal. The options are as follows:
2009 IECC, 2012 IECC, 2015 IECC AND 2018 IECC IECC. IECC 2021 is not added yet as of this blog post and anticipation is that it will be added very soon.
ASHRAE STANDARD 90.1-2007, 2010 Ashrae, 2013 Ashrae, 2016 Ashrae, 2019 Ashrae
There are also a plethra or city and state specific codes within Comcheck Web. Here they are
BOULDER, DENVER, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, FLORIDA, MASSACHUSETTS, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK STATE, NYSTRETCH, VERMONT, ONTARIO, AND PUERTO RICO
Now onto Comcheck Web’s little brother Comcheck Desktop. Comcheck Desktop is a great software for making Comchecks simply because it is stored on your local hard drive and then you can create Comchecks anywhere. Even when you are not connected to the internet. The major downside is that it is less frequently updated and does not have as many code options available as Comcheck Web. Here is a list of the codes that are available in Comcheck Desktop:
2009 IECC, 2012 IECC, 2015 IECC AND 2018 IECC. I do not anticipate IECC 2021 to be added to Comcheck Desktop but EnergyCodes.gov might surprise me.
90.1-2007 Ashrae, 2010 Ashrae, 2013 Ashrae, 2016 Ashrae
Comcheck Desktop also includes some specific State and City developed codes:
Boulder, Denver , NEW YORK CITY, NYSTRETCH, VERMONT, Ontario, and Puerto Rico
This concludes our Comcheck blog post on which codes are available within Comcheck Softwares for the end user to create Free Comcheck Reports. Thanks for reading the Comcheck blog.