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Title 16Chapter ISubchapter DPart 460


TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER D—TRADE REGULATION RULES

PART 460—LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF HOME INSULATION

rule
§460.1
What this regulation does.
§460.2
What is home insulation.
§460.3
Who is covered.
§460.4
When the rules apply.
460.5
460.5   R-value tests.
§460.6
“Representative thickness” testing.
§460.7
Which test version to use.
§460.8
R-value tolerances.
§460.9
What test records you must keep.
§460.10
How statements must be made.
§460.11
Rounding off R-values.
§460.12
Labels.
§460.13
Fact sheets.
§460.14
How retailers must handle fact sheets.
§460.15
How installers must handle fact sheets.
§460.16
What new home sellers must tell new home buyers.
§460.17
What installers must tell their customers.
§460.18
Insulation ads.
§460.19
Savings claims.
§460.20
R-value per inch claims.
§460.21
Government claims.
§460.22
Tax claims.
§460.23
Other laws, rules, and orders.
§460.24
Stayed or invalid parts.
Appendix
Appendix to Part 460—Exemptions

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