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Associations and Organizations -- Building Construction, HVAC, and Landscape Design

View Resource NAHB Homepage

A leader in green building, including energy efficiency. Sponsors important conferences, research, and publications.
View Resource National Fenestration Ratings Council Homepage

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide accurate information regarding the measurement and energy performance of window, door, and...
View Resource Radiant Panel Association Homepage

Professional organization consisting of radiant heating and cooling contractors, wholesalers, manufacturers, and professionals.
View Resource RESNET

A network of mortgage companies, real estate brokerages, builders, appraisers, utilities, and other housing professionals dedicated to improving housing energy efficiency and expanding the national...
View Resource Steel Framing Alliance Homepage

Promotes steel framing as a cost-effective method for residential and public buildings.
View Resource Sustainable Buildings Industry Council Homepage

Promotes the integrated and whole building design and construction of buildings. Supports passive solar energies as well as technology-driven solutions to assure sustainability and energy efficiency...
View Resource U.S. Green Building Council

U.S. Green Building Council is a coalition of leaders from the building industry that promotes healthy, environmentally responsible, and affordable commercial buildings through conferences,...
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The Wood Heat Organization Inc., is a nonprofit, nongovernmental agency dedicated to the responsible use of wood as a home heating fuel.
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