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Right – Full length 2x6 nailer has been installed to allow space for insulation at wall intersection
Right – Gap in framing will allow corner to be filled with insulation
Right – House without gutters has waterproof liner, drain tile, and gravel bed extending more than 5 feet from foundation
Right – HVAC furnace filter is properly installed in cabinet with gasketed cover to prevent air leakage
Right – HVAC platform installed to allow for proper insulation depth
Right – ICAT labeled recessed light installed but still needs gasket
Right – ICAT labeled recessed light with trim kit installed
Right – ICAT recessed light sprayed with foam to act as gasket against the drywall
Right – ICFs are being installed to create a continuous air and thermal boundary
Right – ICFs are being installed to create a continuous air and thermal boundary
Right – ICFs are being installed to create a continuous air and thermal boundary
Right – ICFs are being installed to create a continuous air and thermal boundary
Right – Installed foamed exterior sheathing intersection as well as the sill plate to sub-floor connection
Right – Insulation installed behind fireplace prior to air barrier installation
Right – Insulation installed to correct depth and will be aligned with air barrier
Right – Insulation is in contact with floor above
Right – Insulation is properly installed
Right – Insulation meets RESNET Grade I prior to air barrier installation
Right – Insulation properly installed before air barrier
Right – Kitchen exhaust penetration has been sealed with caulk
Right – Ladder blocking allows for insulation behind the wall intersection
Right – Metal duct boot is properly sealed at seams
Right – Metal is mechanically fastened at junction
Right – Metal or fiberboard duct is mastic sealed at junction with duct register box
Right – Metal or fiberboard duct is mastic sealed at seams
Right – Moisture-resistant backing material has been used above the tub enclosure
Right – Neatly cut and sealed penetration
Right – Neatly cut hole has been properly sealed with foam
Right – Neatly cut hole has been properly sealed with foam
Right – Neatly cut hole has been properly sealed with foam
Right – Neatly cut holes have been properly sealed with caulk and foam
Right – Neatly cut holes have been properly sealed with foam
Right – Penetrations have been neatly cut and properly sealed with foam
Right – Penetrations through band properly sealed
Right – Penetrations through the floor are air sealed
Right – Polyethylene sheeting vapor barrier is installed and sealed to the crawlspace walls with mastic
Right – Proper spacing of 2x4 studs
Right – Proper spacing of 2x6 studs
Right – Properly insulated, backed, and air sealed knee wall
Right – Rain barrel installed with an overflow spout terminating at least 5 feet from foundation
Right – Recessed can light penetration sealed with caulk to drywall
Right – RESNET grade I installation of batt insulation
Right – RESNET Grade I installation of blown insulation
Right – RESNET Grade I installation of spray foam insulation
Right – Rigid air barrier installed between double-wall assembly. Inside cavity will be insulated
Right – Rigid air barrier is installed to hold insulation in place
Right – Rigid air barrier properly sealed around skylight shaft
Right – Rigid backing installed prior to insulation
Right – Rigid insulation is being installed with cap nails
Right – Rough opening around window has been filled with backer-rod to air seal
Right – Rough opening around window has been filled with low-expansion foam to air seal
Right – Seams and penetrations of air barrier properly sealed
Right – Shingles kept wrapped and on pallets to prevent from getting wet
Right – Side flashing extends over the pan flashing
Right – Sill plate was sprayed with foam prior to installation atop foundation
Right – Slab insulation does not extend to the top of the slab
Right – Slab insulation extends to the top of the slab
Right – Slab insulation extends to the top of the slab
Right – Structural insulated sheathing can provide racking strength (lateral load resistance), and serve as an air barrier and thermal barrier if installed according to manufacturer’s specifications with taped, sealed seams
Right – Sub-floor insulation is properly installed and supported
Right – The below-grade concrete walls have damp-proof coating
Right – The building felt is installed on all exterior walls and provides a complete drainage system
Right – The downspout pipe is far enough away from the foundation to prevent moisture problems
Right – The downspout terminates into a catchment system that moves water away from the foundation of the house
Right – The drain slopes away from the foundation and terminates at the proper distance
Right – The drain tile connects to a sump pump which will pump water away from the foundation
Right – The drain tile is installed along the bottom of the entire foundation footing
Right – The drain tile is wrapped in fabric which will prevent it clogging with debris
Right – The final grade slopes away from the house
Right – The flashing is properly installed to create a complete drainage system
Right – The insulated concrete forms that are below-grade have a damp-proof coating to prevent moisture seeping into the foundation
Right – The insulating enclosure over this non-IC rated recessed light fixture is centered and air sealed.
Right – The rigid insulation covers all exterior walls and all seams are taped to provide a complete drainage system
Right – The step flashing is the correct height above the roof deck
Right – The sump pump has a sealed cover that is mechanically attached
Right – The sump pump has a sealed cover that is mechanically attached
Right – The top of the enclosure over this recessed can light remains clear of attic insulation
Right – The water-resistant barrier covers the entire house and the seams are taped to provide a complete drainage system
Right – The water-resistant barrier is layered over the step flashing to provide a complete drainage system
Right – There is a properly installed and layered self-sealing bituminous membrane at the roof penetration
Right – There is a self-sealing bituminous membrane installed at the valley of the roof prior to the roof felt
Right – There is flashing installed along the top of the window and the water-resistant barrier is layered over to create a complete drainage system
Right – There is flashing installed at the bottom of the wall to create a satisfactory drainage system
Right – There is no carpet installed in the bathroom
Right – There is no carpet installed in the bathroom
Right – This foil-faced foam sheathing has taped seams and proper flashing details so it can serve as a drainage plane.
Right – Top and bottom plates installed prior to backing and insulation

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