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Ducts are run straight and supported properly
Ducts crammed into cavity, kinked and sharply bent
Ducts properly installed without compression and appropriately supported
Ducts properly installed without compression and appropriately supported
Ducts running parallel to trusses have limited width due to truss spacing
Ducts sagging because supports not installed at regular intervals
Ducts should not be located in exterior wall cavities
Ducts well supported
Ducts well supported
Ducts well supported
Ducts well supported by framing and straps as needed
Easy access
Effective air barrier for the rim joist
Elevate stored lumber
ENERGY STAR certified LEDS save energy and money compared to halogen lamps used for the same application.
ENERGY STAR climate zone map for windows
ENERGY STAR climate-specific criteria for windows and skylights
ENERGY STAR rated dishwasher.
ENERGY STAR requires exhaust fans set for intermittent operation to have a sound rating of ≤ 3 sones and exhaust fans set for continual operation to have a sound rating of ≤ 1 sone.
ENERGY STAR Window Specifications
ENERGY STAR-certified refrigerators save energy and money for consumers
Ensure that the air handler location does not conflict with duct routing
Example of an HVAC installer’s balancing report form
Excessive length of duct installed
Excessive length of duct installed causing sharp bends
Excessive length of duct installed causing sharp bends
Exhaust duct has been mechanically fastened and sealed with mastic
Exhaust duct is well supported by framing and support straps
Exhaust duct only mechanically fastened and not sealed
Exhaust duct only mechanically fastened and not sealed
Exhaust duct work and penetration to the exterior have been sealed with mastic
Exhaust duct work and penetration to the exterior have not been sealed
Exhaust fan installed but in wrong direction causing excessive bend and duct is uninsulated
Exhaust fan terminates to the outside
Exhaust fans in separate dwelling units should not share a common exhaust
Exhaust has been properly installed, sealed, and terminates to outdoors
Exhaust pipe should be made of smooth, rigid duct and any bends should be gradual, not sharp
Exhaust terminates inside of soffit and was just covered
Exhaust terminates to the outside away from air inlets
Existing wall-to-lower roof transition retrofitted with a new strip of fully adhered air control transition membrane, new step flashing, new roof underlayment, and new cladding
Expanded polystyrene insulation is installed with joints taped and lath attached in preparation for the application of stucco. Windows are flashed to the drainage plane (not seen), which is behind the insulation.
Exterior aluminum storm window showing weep channel, example 1
Exterior aluminum storm window showing weep channel, example 2
Exterior aluminum storm windows showing weep channel
Exterior storm window
Exterior surface of below-grade walls finished as follows: For poured concrete, concrete masonry, and insulated concrete forms, finish with damp-proof coating
Exterior surface of below-grade walls finished as follows: For wood-framed walls, finish with polyethylene and adhesive or other equivalent waterproofing
Exterior window replacement detail
Faced fiberglass batt insulation can be stapled to the stud faces or slightly inset, but avoid compressing the batts
Faced fiberglass batt insulation incorrectly installed
Fan CFM rating is higher than the requirement increasing the likelihood that it will meet the performance level once installed
Fan CFM rating is higher than the requirement increasing the likelihood that it will meet the performance level once installed
Fan housing was oriented in the correct direction to allow proper exhaust duct installation
Fan housing was oriented in the correct direction to allow proper exhaust duct installation
Fan shares exhaust and does not have dack-draft damper installed
Fan shares exhaust and has a back-draft damper installed
Fans from seperate dwellings exhausted together without back-draft dampers and not sealed
Fiber board sheets are available with pre-cut shiplapped ends
Fiberglass duct board typically comes in sheets 4 foot wide by 10 foot long
Fill area around shield with insulation
Fill in the hole left by the missing top plate with a rigid air blocking material or rolled batt insulation that is spray foamed in place
Fill the joist bays with fiberglass batt orspray foam
Fill the joist bays with fiberglass batt or spray foam
Filler blocking
Filter access panel includes gasket or comparable sealing mechanism and fits snugly against the exposed edge of filter when closed to prevent bypass
Filter located and installed so as to facilitate access and regular service by the owner
Finished raised ceiling duct chase
Fitting rigid foam in garage wall rim joist cavities

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