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Return box has been properly sealed with mastic
Return box has not been sealed
Return duct has been properly sealed with mastic
Return ducts are air sealed with mastic, just like supply ducts
Return has not been sealed
Right - the vapor barrier is extended up the sides of the piers in this crawlspace, which is sealed and insulated to house the HVAC ducts.
Right –  Attic access hatch has been properly insulated by attaching a fiberglass batt, gasketed, and opening has blocking
Right –  Rigid air barrier is installed behind fireplace
Right –  Rigid air barrier is installed behind fireplace
Right – A heavy polyethylene sheet covers the floor of this crawlspace providing a capillary break and vapor barrier to keep soil gases out of the house
Right – Air barrier and penetrations sealed between porch attic and conditioned space
Right – Air barrier installed behind shower stall
Right – Air barrier installed behind the tub
Right – Air barrier installed under staircase (picture taken from house looking into attached garage)
Right – Air barrier is air sealed
Right – Air barrier is installed between double wall framing
Right – Air barrier is installed prior to porch attic framing
Right – Air barrier is installed prior to porch attic framing
Right – Air barrier is present and installed between the floor system and unconditioned space
Right – Air barrier is present between garage and conditioned space
Right – Air barrier is present between garage and floor system
Right – Air barrier is present between the dropped ceiling/soffit and the attic
Right – Air barrier is present between the dropped ceiling/soffit and the attic
Right – Air barrier sealed
Right – All holes, gaps, and seams of the rigid air barrier are air sealed
Right – All insulated sheathing boards are installed according to the manufacturer’s recommended fastening schedule and taping specifications
Right – Appropriate door framing installed
Right – Appropriate use of framing members to support double windows and additional cripples for drywall purposes
Right – Approved common assembly installed
Right – Attic access door has foam and rubber weather stripping installed that remains in contact when closed
Right – Backer-rod is a foam product available in various diameters that can be used to air seal openings around doors and windows
Right – Backing air sealed prior to insulation
Right – Band is properly insulated and sealed
Right – Below-grade concrete has been properly sealed against moisture and is now having insulation installed
Right – Blocking has been installed around the perimeter of this attic access to prevent insulation falling into the house
Right – Blocking installed and air sealed instead of continuous top plate
Right – Building materials were kept dry and free of mold
Right – Cantilever has been properly insulated, air sealed, and cavity has been blocked
Right – Chase capped with rigid air barrier and duct work penetrations properly sealed
Right – Cleanly cut and properly sized hole
Right – Continuous air barrier
Right – Continuous rigid insulation has been installed
Right – Continuous top plate installed
Right – Continuous top plate installed
Right – Driveway is installed to slope water away from the house
Right – Duct register is mastic sealed to framing
Right – Fan with a cleanly cut and properly sized hole has been air sealed to drywall
Right – Flex duct connection to trunk duct is properly sealed
Right – Flex duct is mastic sealed at junction box
Right – Flex duct is properly connected to metal duct with a duct tie and connection is mastic sealed
Right – Flex duct register is mastic sealed to framing
Right – Floor above garage is a continuous air barrier
Right – Foam board taped at seams installed behind shower enclosure
Right – Foam gasket installed between sill plate and foundation
Right – Framing allows corner to be insulated
Right – Framing allows corner to be insulated
Right – Framing allows for required insulation depth
Right – Framing and wind baffle installation will allow for required insulation depth

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