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Compliance Certificate

Project Title: Huntsville AL 2006 IECC colonial


Energy Code: 2006 IECC
Location: Huntsville, Alabama
Construction Type: Single Family
Building Orientation: Bldg. faces 180 deg. from North
Conditioned Floor Area: 2016 ft2
Glazing Area Percentage: 15%
Heating Degree Days: 3323
Climate Zone: 3

Construction Site: Owner/Agent: Designer/Contractor:


Good Dt. Mike DeWein
Huntsville, AL BCAP
Permit # 001 518-664-1308
Permit Date: 6//23/10

Compliance: Passes on UA trade-off


Compliance: 23.6% Better Than Code Maximum UA: 872 Your UA: 666 Maximum SHGC: 0.40 Your SHGC: 0.40
The % Better or Worse Than Code index reflects how close to compliance the house is based on code trade-off rules.
It DOES NOT provide an estimate of energy use or cost relative to a minimum-code home.

Gross Cavity Cont. Glazing UA


Assembly Area or R-Value R-Value or Door
Perimeter U-Factor
Ceiling 1: Raised or Energy Truss 1008 30.0 0.0 35
Wall 1: Wood Frame, 16" o.c. 735 13.0 0.0 51
Orientation: Front
Window 1: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E 85 0.650 55
SHGC: 0.40
Orientation: Front
Door 1: Solid 24 0.250 6
Orientation: Front
Wall 2: Wood Frame, 16" o.c. 735 13.0 0.0 53
Orientation: Back
Window 2: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E 85 0.650 55
SHGC: 0.40
Orientation: Back
Wall 3: Wood Frame, 16" o.c. 420 13.0 0.0 26
Orientation: Right Side
Window 3: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E 85 0.650 55
SHGC: 0.40
Orientation: Right Side
Door 2: Solid 24 0.250 6
Orientation: Right Side
Wall 4: Wood Frame, 16" o.c. 420 13.0 0.0 27
Orientation: Left Side
Window 4: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E 85 0.650 55
SHGC: 0.40
Orientation: Left Side
Basement Wall 1: Solid Concrete or Masonry 378 0.0 0.0 77
Orientation: Front
Wall height: 9.0'
Depth below grade: 8.0'
Insulation depth: 9.0'
Basement Wall 2: Solid Concrete or Masonry 378 0.0 0.0 77
Orientation: Back
Wall height: 9.0'

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Depth below grade: 8.0'
Insulation depth: 9.0'
Basement Wall 3: Solid Concrete or Masonry 216 0.0 0.0 44
Orientation: Right Side
Wall height: 9.0'
Depth below grade: 8.0'
Insulation depth: 9.0'
Basement Wall 3 copy 1: Solid Concrete or Masonry 216 0.0 0.0 44
Orientation: Left Side
Wall height: 9.0'
Depth below grade: 8.0'
Insulation depth: 9.0'
Furnace 1: Forced Hot Air 90 AFUE
Air Conditioner 1: Electric Central Air 13 SEER

Compliance Statement: The proposed building design described here is consistent with the building plans, specifications, and other
calculations submitted with the permit application. The proposed building has been designed to meet the 2006 IECC requirements in
REScheck Version 4.3.1 and to comply with the mandatory requirements listed in the REScheck Inspection Checklist.

Name - Title Signature Date

Project Notes:
24-42 Colonial to 2006 IECC for AL Zone 3

Project Title: Huntsville AL 2006 IECC colonial Report date: 06/23/10


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REScheck Software Version 4.3.1
Inspection Checklist

Ceilings:
❑ Ceiling 1: Raised or Energy Truss, R-30.0 cavity insulation
Comments:
Insulation must achieve full height over the plate lines of exterior walls.

Above-Grade Walls:
❑ Wall 1: Wood Frame, 16" o.c., R-13.0 cavity insulation
Comments:

❑ Wall 2: Wood Frame, 16" o.c., R-13.0 cavity insulation


Comments:

❑ Wall 3: Wood Frame, 16" o.c., R-13.0 cavity insulation


Comments:

❑ Wall 4: Wood Frame, 16" o.c., R-13.0 cavity insulation


Comments:

Basement Walls:
❑ Basement Wall 1: Solid Concrete or Masonry, 9.0' ht / 8.0' bg / 9.0' insul, R-0 (uninsulated)
Comments:

❑ Basement Wall 2: Solid Concrete or Masonry, 9.0' ht / 8.0' bg / 9.0' insul, R-0 (uninsulated)
Comments:

❑ Basement Wall 3: Solid Concrete or Masonry, 9.0' ht / 8.0' bg / 9.0' insul, R-0 (uninsulated)
Comments:

❑ Basement Wall 3 copy 1: Solid Concrete or Masonry, 9.0' ht / 8.0' bg / 9.0' insul, R-0 (uninsulated)
Comments:

Windows:
❑ Window 1: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E, U-factor: 0.650
For windows without labeled U-factors, describe features:
#Panes Frame Type Thermal Break? Yes No
Comments:

❑ Window 2: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E, U-factor: 0.650


For windows without labeled U-factors, describe features:
#Panes Frame Type Thermal Break? Yes No
Comments:

❑ Window 3: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E, U-factor: 0.650


For windows without labeled U-factors, describe features:
#Panes Frame Type Thermal Break? Yes No
Comments:

❑ Window 4: Vinyl Frame:Double Pane with Low-E, U-factor: 0.650


For windows without labeled U-factors, describe features:
#Panes Frame Type Thermal Break? Yes No
Comments:

Note: Up to 15 sq.ft. of glazed fenestration per dwelling is exempt from U-factor and SHGC requirements.

Doors:

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❑ Door 1: Solid, U-factor: 0.250
Comments:

❑ Door 2: Solid, U-factor: 0.250


Comments:

Heating and Cooling Equipment:


❑ Furnace 1: Forced Hot Air: 90 AFUE or higher
Make and Model Number:

❑ Air Conditioner 1: Electric Central Air: 13 SEER or higher


Make and Model Number:

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient:


❑ The area-weighted average Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) of all glazing cannot exceed 0.4. SHGC values are determined in
accordance with the NFRC test procedure or taken from the default table.

Air Leakage:
❑ Joints, penetrations, and all other such openings in the building envelope that are sources of air leakage are sealed.
❑ Recessed lights are either 1) Type IC rated with enclosures sealed/gasketed against leaks to the ceiling, or 2) Type IC rated and ASTM
E283 labeled, or 3) installed inside an air-tight assembly with a 0.5" clearance from combustible materials and a 3" clearance from
insulation.

Materials Identification and Installation:


❑ Materials and equipment are installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.
❑ Insulation is installed in substantial contact with the surface being insulated and in a manner that achieves the rated R-value.
❑ Materials and equipment are identified so that compliance can be determined.
❑ Manufacturer manuals for all installed heating and cooling equipment and service water heating equipment have been provided.
❑ Insulation R-values, glazing U-factors, and heating equipment efficiency are clearly marked on the building plans or specifications.

Duct Insulation:
❑ Ducts in unconditioned spaces or outside the building are insulated to at least R-8.
❑ Ducts in floor trusses above unconditioned spaces or above the outdoors are insulated to at least R-6.

Duct Construction:
❑ Air handlers, filter boxes, and duct connections to flanges of air distribution system equipment or sheet metal fittings are sealed and
mechanically fastened.
❑ All joints, seams, and connections are made substantially airtight with tapes, gasketing, mastics (adhesives) or other approved closure
systems. Tapes and mastics are rated UL 181A or UL 181B.
❑ Building framing cavities are not used as supply ducts.
❑ Automatic or gravity dampers are installed on all outdoor air intakes and exhausts.
❑ Additional requirements for tape sealing and metal duct crimping are included by an inspection for compliance with the International
Mechanical Code.

Temperature Controls:
❑ Thermostats exist for each separate HVAC system. A manual or automatic means to partially restrict or shut off the heating and/or
cooling input to each zone or floor is provided.

Heating and Cooling Equipment Sizing:


❑ Additional requirements for equipment sizing are included by an inspection for compliance with the International Residential Code.

Circulating Service Hot Water Systems:


❑ Circulating service hot water pipes are insulated to R-2.
❑ Circulating service hot water systems include an automatic or accessible manual switch to turn off the circulating pump when the
system is not in use.

Heating and Cooling Piping Insulation:


❑ HVAC piping conveying fluids above 105 degrees F or chilled fluids below 55 degrees F are insulated to R-2.

Certificate:
❑ A permanent certificate is provided on or in the electrical distribution panel listing the predominant insulation R-values; window
U-factors; type and efficiency of space-conditioning and water heating equipment.

NOTES TO FIELD: (Building Department Use Only)

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2006 IECC Energy
Efficiency Certificate
Insulation Rating R-Value
Ceiling / Roof 30.00
Wall 13.00
Floor / Foundation 0.00
Ductwork (unconditioned spaces): _____
Glass & Door Rating U-Factor SHGC
Window 0.65 0.40
Door 0.25 NA
Heating & Cooling Equipment Efficiency
Forced Hot Air Furnace 90 AFUE
Electric Central Air Conditioner 13 SEER
Water Heater:____________________ _______

Name: Date:
Comments: