NAIMA Canada welcomes tangible, cost-effective projects that prioritize energy efficiency through the building envelope, such as this initiative for schools across Ontario. Energy efficient upgrades have the power to transform schools.
The modules in Residential Renovation 101 describe the fundamentals of material use, building types and historical attributes of residential construction. This new training series is for contractors, renovators, energy advisors and project planners.
Emissions Reduction Alberta’s new Energy Savings for Business Program—a funding opportunity to support small- and medium-scale industrial and commercial businesses—is awarding…
NAIMA Canada’s Field Guide to the Building Envelope covers the essentials of the building envelope, its importance, how to improve the building envelope, the role of air tightness, and more.
The Centre for Urban Growth + Renewal has released a new “Field Guide” designed to assist apartment owners, the construction industry and apartment residents navigate retrofit construction projects in Canada.
Air Barriers for Professionals is practically oriented information for residential construction workers and renovators who deal with air tightness, insulation and various control barriers to improve the energy efficiency of homes.