Understanding ALF calculations

A key feature of ALF is its ability to demonstrate that a house design meets the thermal performance requirements of the New Zealand Building Code.
The BPI is a crucial measure of heating energy efficiency in houses.
ALF-value is a measure of thermal heat losses and warm-up energy required.
ALF calculations and solar gains.
ALF calculations and internal heat gains from hot water, household appliances and occupants.
ALF and thermal mass in a house design.
ALF calculation of heat loss from ventilation.
ALF calculations and floors.
The moisture calculator in ALF gives a general guide to the possibility of mould growth in a room.
ALF calculations and walls and windows.
ALF calculations and roofs and skylights.
ALF and building location and how the occupants heat the building.