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No, because as we design it we never know what will be required for the model to comply until it's complete. you can set up u-values for doors and windows and have them show in the schedules, but you might have to change all that later. Of course, here in California, we have the toughest energy codes in the nation.

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I have default R values set for the different assemblies I use frequently, based on what is required locally under IECC 2009. I set the SHGC and U-factor for windows and doors after I receive the lumber yard's window & door quote from the contractor, and then I run the ResCheck report.

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