New Residential > Strategies> Insulate Hot Water Pipes
Insulate Hot Water Pipes
© 2011 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
- Last Updated:
May 17, 2011
The NJ Green Building Manual is not intended to be exhaustive and all-inclusive and the enclosed guidelines are not to be considered the only method of green building. The guidance and strategies presented do not supercede applicable building codes, laws or regulations and are not a substitute for the judgment and services of competent or licensed professionals. Nothing in this manual should be construed as policy, an endorsement, warranty (express or implied) or guaranty by the project’s managing partners (NJ DEP, NJ DCA, NJ HMFA, NJ BPU, NJ EDA, Governor's Office of Policy) or any persons or organizations involved in the creation of this publication, or of any technical descriptions, systems, details, requirements, materials, or products. The mention of a particular product, business or manufacturer does not constitute an endorsement, expressed or implied, by managing partners, the Rutgers Center for Green Building or the State of New Jersey. The managing partners, the Rutgers Center for Green Building expressly disclaim any responsibility for any damage arising from the use, application, or reliance on the recommendations and information contained herein.