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  • 1994-1993 Program Guidance Documents
    Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Weatherization Program Guidance 1994 1993 Below are links to each year s Program Guidance from the Department of Energy for the Weatherization Assistance Program 2016 2015 2011 2010 2006 2005 2001 2000 1996 1994 1993 Other Guidance Documents 1994 WPN 94 3 REPROGRAMMING OF 3 000 000 INCENTIVE FUND FOR WEATHERIZATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH EPACT LEGISLATION Effective December 15 1993 Provides guidance to the states for their preparation and submission of applications to obtain additional PY 1994 funding for private sector investments and technical transfer grants under the WAP WPN 94 5 APPROVAL TO USE FLUORESCENT LIGHT SOURCES IN THE WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Effective July 29 1994 Provides approval for the use of fluorescent light sources in the WAP WPN 94 6 APPROVAL TO USE SOLAR WATER HEATERS IN THE WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Effective July 29 1994 Provides approval for the use of solar water heaters in the WAP WPN 94 7 AUTHORIZED USE OF TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE T TA FUNDS FOR WEATHERIZATION RELATED EVENTS Effective December 19 1994 Clarifies the allowable use of T TA funds for attending Weatherization related events WPN 94 8

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  • Other Guidance Documents
    and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Other Guidance Documents 2016 Program Guidance Documents 2015 2011 Program Guidance Documents 2010 2006 Program Guidance Documents 2005 2001 Program Guidance Documents 2000 1996 Program Guidance Documents 1994 1993 Program Guidance Documents GUIDANCE ON THE BUY AMERICAN PROVISIONS AS APPLIED TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS FUNDED BY THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 ARRA AND ADMINISTERED BY THE OFFICE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY EERE Effective Date December 17 2009 Provides guidance to financial assistance recipients regarding Buy American

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  • Rules and Regulations
    A Technical Tools DOE Quality Work Plan Energy Audits DOE Rules and Guidance on Audits Technical Aids Weatherization Assistant Weatherization Assistant 8 9 Weatherization Assistant 8 6 Weatherization Assistant Manuals Weatherization Assistant Support Material GIS Mapping Multifamily Audits Other Energy Audits Field Standards and Guides Refrigerator Guide Analysis Tool Water Heater Guide Health and Safety Health and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools

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  • Federal Regulations
    MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Department of Energy s Weatherization Assistance Program Federal Regulations The Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program s Enabling Legislation The attached document provides the enabling legislation for the DOE WAP per 42 USC Sec 6861 01 19 04 U S Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons 10 CFR 440 Electronic Code of Federal Regulations U S Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons 10 CFR Part 440 March 25 2009 SUMMARY The U S Department of Energy DOE is expanding the definition of State under the Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons and amending the financial assistance allocation procedure to reflect the expanded definition The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 amended the Weatherization Assistance Program definition of State to include the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the other territories and possessions of the United States Consistent with the statutory amendment DOE is amending the regulatory definition of State and amending the allocation procedure relied on to calculate the amount of financial assistance received by each State so as to include American Samoa Guam Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Further DOE is amending the Weatherization Assistance Program regulations consistent with recent statutory amendments in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 U S Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons 10 CFR Part 440 June 22 2006 SUMMARY The Department of Energy DOE is issuing a direct final rule to amend the regulations for the Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons to incorporate statutory changes resulting from the passage of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 In this direct final rule DOE defines renewable energy systems eligible for funding in the Weatherization Assistance Program establishes criteria for performance and quality standards for eligible renewable energy systems establishes procedures for submission of and action on manufacturer petitions for Secretarial determinations of eligibility of renewable energy technologies and systems and establishes a ceiling for funding of renewable energy systems in the Weatherization Assistance Program U S Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons 10 CFR Part 440 February 1 2002 Last full revision of 10 CFR 440 Appendix A Standards for Weatherization Materials These regulations are promulgated to carry out a program of

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  • Earlier Versions of 10 CFR 440
    Guide Analysis Tool Water Heater Guide Health and Safety Health and Safety Guidance Best Practices Health and Safety FAQs Master That Interactive Training Health and Safety Issues Asbestos Building Structure Combustion Appliances and Gases Crew Safety Electrical Issues Existing Health Problems Lead Paint Mold and Moisture Radon Refrigerants Spray Polyurethane Foam Volatile Organic Compounds WPN 11 6 Health and Safety Categories A E F R S Z Deferral Standards Resources Monitoring IBTS Visits ENERGY STAR SIRTT FAQs Message Board Technology Submission Application Form Additional Resources Technical Glossary Public Information How Do I Start a PIC Print Media Feature Stories Developing Press Releases Submitting Press Releases Press Release Examples Word of Mouth or Free Strategies How Do I Connect to Others Policy Makers Partners Targeting Partners Constituency Site Demonstrations Social Media Facebook Publicize your Facebook Page Twitter Publicize your Twitter Feed YouTube Blogs Telling the Story Audiences How to Reach Them Where They Are Common Frames and How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Earlier Versions of 10 CFR 440 These are earlier versions of regulations promulgated to carry out a program of weatherization assistance for low income persons established by the Energy Conservation in Existing Buildings Act of 1976 as amended in Title II Part 2 of the National Energy Conservation Policy Act U S Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program for Low Income Persons 10 CFR Part 440 December 8 2000 U S Department of Energy

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  • Allocation Formula
    Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Weatherization Assistance Program Allocation Formula The U S Department of Energy DOE Weatherization Assistance Program uses an allocation formula to calculate the weatherization grants to the states based on the amount of funding Congress appropriates to the program in a given year Background In 1992 DOE commissioned a study through the National Association of State Community Services Programs NASCSP to address the concerns of warm climate states regarding the equitable distribution of funds under the Weatherization Assistance Program allocation formula A panel of 10 state representatives studied the issues and made recommendations to DOE The recommendations provided greater equity for warm climate states while minimizing the impact of a formula change on the capacity of cold climate states to deliver services to their low income clients DOE acted on virtually all of the recommendations and issued a new revised formula in the Federal Register in 1995 The revised Weatherization allocation formula utilizes an appropriation level trigger before the full impact of the changes takes effect When congressional appropriations for the DOE Weatherization Program for a given year exceed the trigger level of 233 1 million warm climate states receive a greater share of the allocation than under the pre 1995 formula The 171 258 000 base allocation was later raised to 171 858 000 P L 110 140 the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 allowed the five U S Territories to participate in WAP The base formula allocation was then increased by 600 000 Each territory received a base allocation of 120 000 This revised formula was used beginning in FY 2009 Please note that the warm climate revised formula impacts only those funds allocated

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  • Technical Tools/Overview
    How to Use Them Writing Your Story Step 1 Choosing Your Stories Step 2 The Beginning is Important Framing Your Story Step 3 Describing the Specific Problem and Goals Step 4 Describe the Solution and Solution Implementation Step 5 Describe the Outcome Individuals and their Successes How Do Their Stories Fit In Pitfalls Tell a Personal Story When Use Numbers A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Weatherization Day WAPTAC Resources Documents from Around the Country 2015 Weatherization Day 2014 Weatherization Day 2013 Weatherization Day 2012 Weatherization Day 2011 Weatherization Day 2010 Weatherization Day 2009 Weatherization Day Tools Talking Points Customizable Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page Weatherization Assistance Program Technical Tools DOE Quality Work Plan Energy Audits Field Standards and Guides Health and Safety Monitoring ENERGY STAR The System for Identifying and Reviewing Technologies and Techniques SIRTT Additional Resources Since the inception of the Weatherization Assistance Program in the mid 1970 s the program has constantly evolved to today s sophisticated whole house approach using advanced diagnostic equipment and state of the art installation techniques to ensure the most cost effective use of program funds on every home Early measures such as storm doors storm windows and extensive exterior caulking have disappeared and been replaced by techniques such as blower door guided air sealing zone pressure diagnostics dense packing walls advanced mobile home insulation techniques and numerous other advanced practices As the Weatherization network became better at air sealing and insulating houses program technicians also learned more about the dynamics of building systems and the occupants interaction with those systems helping pave the way for health and safety measures to be incorporated into the program Weatherization professionals understand that the house is not a loose collection of unrelated systems and analyze a house using a whole house approach that helps insure that weatherization will not just save energy and increase comfort but have no adverse effects on the other components of the home s performance the humidity levels indoor air quality durability structural integrity and the

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  • DOE Quality Work Plan
    Slide Show Presentation Fact Sheet and Brochure Power Point Tips Sample Letters Weatherization Logo Weatherization Presentations 101 301 More Tools and Resources Toolkits Best Practices Ask An Expert Meet Our Experts Expert Questions Answers WAPTAC Blog Message Board Training Resources WAP Training Centers Regional Training Centers State Training Centers Training Center Toolkits Accreditation Assessment ISD NEAT MHEA Resources Depository Training Opportunities Training Tools Core Competencies Financial Management Tool Kit WAP Standardized Curricula Weatherization Installer Fundamentals 2 0 Weatherization Installer Technician Intermediate Weatherization Installer Technician Mobile Homes Energy Auditor Single Family 2 0 Energy Auditor Multifamily Quality Control Inspector 2 0 Quality Control Inspector Addendum Heating Systems for Energy Auditors Inspectors Weatherization Technical Monitor Inspector Crew Leader 2 0 Mechanical Systems Multifamily Train the Trainer Train the Trainer Training on Specific Topics Health Safety Training for Programmatic Staff Lead Safe Weatherization ASHRAE 62 2 Curricula Resources Training and Technical Assistance Fact Sheets Additional Resources Wx Plus Health Contacts Grantee Contacts DOE Contacts Contact Us Report a Bug Print this page DOE Quality Work Plan Resources The Department of Energy s Weatherization Assistance Program is instituting a comprehensive quality work plan that will establish the benchmark for quality home energy upgrades DOE officially made available its new Quality Work Plan QWP which outlines the requirements for high quality home energy upgrade work within the Weatherization Assistance Program WAP The QWP defines what is required when federal dollars are used to purchase weatherization services and leverages the resources developed through the Guidelines for Home Energy Professionals project These resources include Standard Work Specifications for Home Energy Upgrades accredited training and advanced Home Energy Professional Certifications The QWP not only defines how home energy upgrade work should be done but it also outlines requirements for communication training and the inspection of work completed within the WAP program Guidelines for Home Energy Professionals The DOE Guidelines for Home Energy Professionals project helps establish a national residential energy upgrade industry and a skilled and credentialed workforce The project creates standard work specifications advanced professional certifications for workers and accredited training programs Standard Work Specifications SWS The SWS define the minimum requirements to ensure that the work performed during energy upgrades in single family multifamily and manufactured homes is effective durable and safe The SWS can be used as an industry guide for workers training instructors homeowners and program administrators involved in the home performance industry Using the SWS Online Tool Webinar SWS Variance Request As Grantees update and revise their field standards to align with the SWS they may discover certain specifications that cannot be implemented precisely as described in the relevant SWS In such cases Grantees may request a variance from the relevant SWS To be granted a variance the attached request form must be completed in full Complete one form for each variance requested which may on occasion include more than one SWS For example requested variances from SWS requirements related to installing insulation where knob and tube wiring is present would apply to

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