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This library contains research reports produced by the Building America program and other building science resources used to support this Solution Center. The materials cover both new construction and existing homes. Use the search box and/or the filters to explore hundreds of residential building resources. Access to some references not produced by Building America may require purchase from the publisher. Documents are listed alphabetically. While we continually update our database, links may have changed since posting. Please contact our webmaster if you find broken links.

Author(s): Lstiburek, Eng, Pettit
Organization(s): Building Science Corporation, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Publication Date: October, 2008

Document outlining the approach to quality assurance in the construction process as recommended by Building Science Corporation for new residential construction.

Author(s): Parker, Hoak, Cummings
Organization(s): FSEC
Publication Date: January, 2008
Paper briefly reviewing past research and describing a two year pilot evaluation of a low cost residential energy feedback system installed in twenty case study homes in Florida.
Author(s): NAHB Research Center
Organization(s): NAHB Research Center, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Publication Date: December, 2008

Report discussing development of scopes of work and quality management for builders in mixed-humid climates.

Author(s): Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association
Organization(s): Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association
Publication Date: January, 2008

Book providing project management guidance in maintaining satisfactory indoor air quality (IAQ) of occupied buildings undergoing renovation or construction.

Author(s): Building Science Corporation
Organization(s): Building Science Corporation
Publication Date: October, 2008

Document with the Quality Control Checklist developed as both a guide to assist in the transition to high performance home building, and as a simplified tool to be used as part of any builder's on-site quality control procedures.