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Interior Wall Insulation

Discussion in 'Commercial Energy Codes' started by VLADIMIR LEVIN, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. VLADIMIR LEVIN

    VLADIMIR LEVIN Registered User

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    R-2 occupancy, interior wood framed wall separating conditioned attic from un-conditioned attic.
    I assume that this interior wall is part of the building thermal envelope and needs to be insulated (prescriptively) with cavity and continuous insulation?
     
  2. RLGA

    RLGA Sawhorse

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    Yes, if an energy code is applicable.
     
  3. Ty J.

    Ty J. Sawhorse

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    Yes, although it is probably cavity or continuous
     

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