- Burlingame's Reach Codes
- Induction Cooktop Loaner Program
- California Green Building Codes
- Recycling and Composting in New Buildings
- Graywater Systems for Outdoor Irrigation
All-electric buildings or building electrification refers to buildings that have no natural gas service and don't burn any gas (a fossil fuel). All-electric buildings have electric appliances for space and water heating, clothes drying, cooking, and more. Converting buildings to be all-electric is a key action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Electric appliances are more efficient than their natural-gas counterparts and are comparable in cost.
|Cooking||Electric cooktop oven
Induction cooktop, a high performance option that uses electromagnetic energy that heats faster and to higher temperatures than natural gas
Air source heat pump HVAC, can efficiently provide both heating and cooling from single unit, ducted or wall systems.
Electric room space heaters
|Types of air source heat pumps|
Heat pump water heater, tank or tankless
|Heat pump buyers guide|
|Clothes Drying||Electric dryer
Heat pump dryer
|Electric dryer options|
|Pool heating||Heat pump pool system||How it works|
|Electric fireplace||Electric fireplace reviews|
Burlingame's Reach Codes
As part of the City's effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Burlingame adopted reach codes - building codes that are more efficient than the state's building codes - that require new buildings to use all-electric appliances. Read about our reach codes here.
- Reach Code for New Single Family Homes
- Reach Code for New Multifamily Buildings
- Reach Code for New Commercial Buildings