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1753 E. Park Terr RES20-0114 11 of 15 energy calcs_1FORM R405-2017 RESIDENTIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE DOCUMENTATION CHECKLIST Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Simulated Performance Alternative (Performance) Method Applications for compliance with the 2017 Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation via the residential Simulated Performance Method shall include: This checklist A Form R405 report that documents that the Proposed Design complies with Section R405.3 of the Florida Energy Code. This form shall include a summary page indicating home address, e-ratio and the pass or fail status along with summary areas and types of components, whether the home was simulated as a worst-case orientation, name and version of the compliance software tool, name of individual completing the compliance report (one page) and an input summary checklist that can be used for field verification (usually four pages/may be greater). Energy Performance Level (EPL) Display Card (one page) HVAC system sizing and selection based on ACCA Manual S or per exceptions provided in Section R403.7 Mandatory Requirements (five pages) Required prior to CO for the Performance Method: Air Barrier and Insulation Inspection Component Criteria checklist (Table R402.4.1.1 - one page) A completed Envelope Leakage Test Report (usually one page) If Form R405 duct leakage type indicates anything other than "default leakage", then a completed Form R405 Duct Leakage Test Report (usually one page) . 3/24/2020 4:24:26 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.04 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 53/24/2020 4:24 PM Project Name: Owner: Builder Name: Permit Office: Jurisdiction:261100 Atlantic Beach Fasanelli Construction Inc.Peterson Residence Street: City, State, Zip:Atlantic Beach , FL , 1753 Park Terrace E Permit Number: Design Location:FL, MAYPORT_NS County:Duval (Florida Climate Zone 2 ) 1. New construction or existing 2. Single family or multiple family 3. Number of units, if multiple family 4. Number of Bedrooms 5. Is this a worst case? 6. Conditioned floor area above grade (ft²) New (From Plans) Single-family 1 No 2687 7. Windows a. U-Factor: S H G C : b. U-Factor: S H G C : c. U-Factor: S H G C : d. U-Factor: S H G C : Sgl, U=0.40 411.00 ft² SHGC=0.25 N/A f t ² N/A f t ² N/A f t ² 8. Floor Types a. Slab-On-Grade Edge Insulation b. N/A c. N/A R=0.0 2687.00 ft² R=f t ² R=f t ² 9. Wall Types a. Frame - Wood, Exterior R=19.0 2245.20 ft² b. Frame - Wood, Adjacent R=19.0 320.17 ft² c. N/A R=f t ² 10. Ceiling Types a. Under Attic (Vented)R=30.0 2687.00 ft² f t ² R=b. N/A c. N/A R = f t ² 11. Ducts a. Sup: Attic, Ret: Attic, AH: Main 12. Cooling systems 13. Heating systems 14. Hot water systems a. Propane Cap: 1 gallons b. Conservation features None d. N/A R=f t ² Area Weighted Average Overhang Depth:10.199 ft. Area Weighted Average SHGC:0.250 Description Area Insulation Area Insulation Area Insulation Area 15. Credits Pstat 3 (411.0 sqft.) (2565.4 sqft.) (2687.0 sqft.) (2687.0 sqft.) Conditioned floor area below grade (ft²)0 a. Central Unit a. Electric Heat Pump k B t u / h r 57.0 SEER:14.00 Efficiency k B t u / h r Efficiency 54.5 HSPF:8.20 f t ² R 6 349.31 Tankless EF: 0.750 Glass/Floor Area:0.153 Total Proposed Modified Loads: Total Baseline Loads: 67.13 73.25 PASS I hereby certify that the plans and specifications covered by this calculation are in compliance with the Florida Energy Code. PREPARED BY: DATE: I hereby certify that this building, as designed, is in compliance with the Florida Energy Code. OWNER/AGENT: DATE: BUILDING OFFICIAL: DATE: Review of the plans and specifications covered by this calculation indicates compliance with the Florida Energy Code. Before construction is completed this building will be inspected for compliance with Section 553.908 Florida Statutes. - Compliance requires certification by the air handler unit manufacturer that the air handler enclosure qualifies as certified factory-sealed in accordance with R403.3.2.1. - Compliance requires an Air Barrier and Insulation Inspection Checklist in accordance with R402.4.1.1 and this project requires an envelope leakage test report with envelope leakage no greater than 7.00 ACH50 (R402.4.1.2). FLORIDA ENERGY EFFICIENCY CODE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation - Residential Performance Method FORM R405-2017 3/24/2020 PROJECT Title: Owner Name: # of Units: Builder Name: Permit Office: Jurisdiction:261100 Atlantic Beach Fasanelli Construction Inc. 1 Peterson Residence Family Type: New/Existing: Bedrooms: Conditioned Area: Total Stories: Worst Case: Rotate Angle:0 No 1 2687 3 New (From Plans) Single-family Address Type: Lot # Block/Subdivision: PlatBook: Street: County: City, State, Zip: FL , Atlantic Beach , Duval 1753 Park Terrace E Street Address Comment: Building Type:User Cross Ventilation: Whole House Fan: TMY Site Design Temp Int Design Temp Heating Design Daily Temp Design Location 2.5 %97.5 %Degree Days Moisture RangeWinterSummer CLIMATE 90 70 75 1037 61 Medium39FL_MAYPORT_NSFL, MAYPORT_NS______ Number Name Area Volume BLOCKS 1 Block1 2687 27138.7 Number Name Area Volume SPACES Kitchen Occupants Bedrooms Cooled HeatedInfil ID Finished 1 Main 2687 27138.7 Yes 4 3 Yes Yes1Yes #Floor Type Area Tile Wood Carpet FLOORS R-ValueSpacePerimeter 1 2687 ft² 0 0 1______Slab-On-Grade Edge Insulation - - - -0254 ft Main #Type Materials Color Absor. Roof Solar Deck Insul. Pitch ROOF Tested Roof Area Gable Area Emitt Tested EmittSA (deg) Rad Barr 1 Hip Composition shingles 3005 ft² Medium 0.6 0 26.6______No0 ft² 0.3 NoN ATTIC #Type Ventilation Area RBS IRCCVent Ratio (1 in) ______1 Full attic Vented 2687 ft² N N300 #Ceiling Type R-Value Area Framing Frac Truss Type CEILING Space Ins Type 1 Under Attic (Vented)30 2687 ft² 0.11 Wood______Main Blown 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 2 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT WALLS #Wall Type R-Value Area Adjacent Framing Solar Ornt Fraction Absor. HeightWidth Ft In Ft InTo Cavity Sheathing R-ValueSpace Grade% Below 1 19 0Main16.2 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior163.6 ft² ____ 2 19 0Main2610.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior262.6 ft² ____ 3 19 0Main8.2 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior82.8 ft² ____ 4 19 0Main9.3 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Garage93.9 ft² ____ 5 19 0Main22.4 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Garage226.2 ft² ____ 6 19 0Main45.1 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior455.5 ft² ____ 7 19 0Main15.9 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior160.6 ft² ____ 8 19 0Main14.8 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior149.5 ft² ____ 9 19 0Main54.5 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior550.5 ft² ____ 10 19 0Main12.8 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior129.3 ft² ____ 11 19 0Main28.8 10.1Frame - Wood 0.1700000.05Exterior290.9 ft² ____ #Door Type U-Value AreaStorms DOORS Ornt Space Width Ft In Ft In Height 1 Wood .46 24 ft² None______Main 83 2 Wood .46 24 ft² None______Main 83 3 Wood .46 21.6 ft² None______Main 82.7 #Ornt Panes NFRC U-Factor SHGC Area Depth Separation Int ShadeFrame Screening WINDOWS Overhang Orientation shown is the entered, Proposed orientation. Wall ID Imp 1 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 8.0 ft² 2 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes1 N 2 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 72.0 ft² 8.8 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes2 N 3 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 24.0 ft² 14.8 ft 0 i 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes3 N 4 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 25.0 ft² 2 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes6 N 5 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 4.0 ft² 2 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes11 N 6 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 64.0 ft² 12.5 ft 0 i 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes7 N 7 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 30.0 ft² 8.8 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes8 N 8 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 48.0 ft² 8.8 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes8 N 9 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 36.0 ft² 13.4 ft 0 i 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes9 N 10 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 64.0 ft² 17 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes10 N 11 Low-E Single 0.4 0.25 36.0 ft² 2 ft 0 in 1 ft 0 in NoneVinyl None______Yes11 N #Floor Area Ceiling Area Exposed Wall Perimeter Avg. Wall Height Exposed Wall Insulation GARAGE 1 548 ft² 548 ft² 66.9 ft 10.6 ft 0______ 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 3 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT Method CFM 50 ACH 50ELASLAScope INFILTRATION ACHEqLA# 3166.2 7173.82.000449Wholehouse .2002326.89Proposed ACH(50)1 HEATING SYSTEM #System Type Efficiency Capacity DuctsSubtypeBlockSpeed 1 Electric Heat Pump/54.5 kBtu/hr ______None 1 #System Type Efficiency Capacity Air Flow SHR COOLING SYSTEM DuctsSubtypeBlockSubtype 1 Central Unit/SEER: 14 57 kBtu/hr 1710 cfm 0.75______None 1 #System Type EF Cap Use SetPnt Conservation HOT WATER SYSTEM SubType Location 1 Propane 0.75 1 gal 60 gal 120 deg None______Tankless Garage FSEC Company Name System Model #Collector Model # Collector SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEM Storage FEFCert #Area Volume None None f t ² ______ #Location R-Value Area Location Area ---- Supply -------- Return ---- Leakage Type Handler CFM 25Air QN RLF DUCTS Heat Cool HVAC # TOT OUT CFM25 1 Attic 6 349.31 f Attic 134.35 f Default Leakage Main (Default) c______1 1 (Default) c TEMPERATURES Programable Thermostat: Y Ceiling Fans: Cooling [ ] Jan [ ] Feb [ ] Mar [ ] Apr [ ] May [X] Jul [X] Aug [X] Sep [ ] Oct [ ] Nov [ ] Dec [ ] Dec[X] Dec[X] Nov[X] Nov[ ] Oct[X] Oct[ ] Sep[ ] Sep[ ] Aug[ ] Aug[ ] Jul[ ] Jul[ ] Jun[ ] Jun[X] Jun[ ] May[ ] May[ ] Apr[X] Apr[X] Mar[X] Mar[X] Feb[ ] Feb[X] Jan[ ] JanHeatingVenting 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 4 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT Thermostat Schedule:HERS 2006 Reference Hours Schedule Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Cooling (WD)AM PM 78 80 78 80 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 80 78 80 78 80 78 80 78 Cooling (WEH)AM PM 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 Heating (WD)AMPM 6668 6668 6668 6668 6668 6868 6868 6868 6868 6868 6866 6866 Heating (WEH)AM PM 66 68 66 68 66 68 66 68 66 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 66 68 66 MASS Mass Type Area Thickness Furniture Fraction Space Default(8 lbs/sq.ft.0 ft² 0 ft 0.3 Main 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 5 of 5 FORM R405-2017 INPUT SUMMARY CHECKLIST REPORT 2017 EPL DISPLAY CARD ENERGY PERFORMANCE LEVEL (EPL) DISPLAY CARD ESTIMATED ENERGY PERFORMANCE INDEX* = 92 The lower the Energy Performance Index, the more efficient the home. 1. New home or, addition 1. __________ New (From Plans) 2. Single-family or multiple-family 2. __________ Single-family 3. No. of units (if multiple-family)3. __________ 1 4. Number of bedrooms 4. __________ 3 5. Is this a worst case? (yes/no)5. __________No 6. Conditioned floor area (sq. ft.)6. __________2687 7. Windows, type and area a) U-factor:(weighted average)7a._________0.400 b) Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)7b._________0.250 c) Area 7c._________411.0 8. Skylights a) U-factor:(weighted average)8a._________NA b) Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)8b._________NA 9. Floor type, insulation level: a) Slab-on-grade (R-value)9a._________0.0 b) Wood, raised (R-value)9b._________ c) Concrete, raised (R-value)9c._________ 10. Wall type and insulation: A. Exterior: 1. Wood frame (Insulation R-value)10A1.________19.0 2. Masonry (Insulation R-value)10A2.________ B. Adjacent: 1. Wood frame (Insulation R-value)10B1.________19.0 2. Masonry (Insulation R-value)10B2.________ 11. Ceiling type and insulation level a) Under attic 11a.________30.0 b) Single assembly 11b.________ c) Knee walls/skylight walls 11c.________ d) Radiant barrier installed 11d.________No 12. Ducts, location & insulation level a) Supply ducts R_______6.0 b) Return ducts R_______6.0 c) AHU location Main 13. Cooling system: Capacity_______57.0 a) Split system SEER_______ b) Single package SEER_______ c) Ground/water source SEER/COP_______ d) Room unit/PTAC EER_______ e) Other __________14.0 14. Heating system:Capacity_______54.5 a) Split system heat pump HSPF_______ b) Single package heat pump HSPF_______ c) Electric resistance COP_______ d) Gas furnace, natural gas AFUE_______ e) Gas furnace, LPG AFUE_______ f) Other 8.20 15. Water heating system a) Electric resistance EF_______ b) Gas fired, natural gas EF_______ c) Gas fired, LPG EF_______0.75 d) Solar system with tank EF_______ e) Dedicated heat pump with tank EF_____ f) Heat recovery unit HeatRec%_______ g) Other 16. HVAC credits claimed (Performance Method) a) Ceiling fans _________ b) Cross ventilation _________No c) Whole house fan _________No d) Multizone cooling credit _________ e) Multizone heating credit _________ f) Programmable thermostat _________Yes *Label required by Section R303.1.3 of the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, if not DEFAULT. I certify that this home has complied with the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, through the above energy saving features which will be installed (or exceeded) in this home before final inspection. Otherwise, a new EPL display card will be completed based on installed code compliant features. Builder Signature:_________________________________________Date:____________________________________ Address of New Home: ____________________________________City/FL Zip: ________________________________1753 Park Terrace E Atlantic Beach, FL 3/24/2020 4:24:29 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.04 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 Mandatory Requirements for Residential Performance, Prescriptive and ERI Methods Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, 6th Edition (2017) ADDRESS:1753 Park Terrace E Atlantic Beach , FL , Permit Number: The building official shall require that an energy performance level (EPL) display card be completed and certified by the builder to be accurate and correct before final approval of the building for occupancy. Florida law (Section 553.9085, Florida Statutes) requires the EPL display card to be included as an addendum to each sales contract for both presold and nonpresold residential buildings. The EPL display card contains information indicating the energy performance level and efficiencies of components installed in a dwelling unit. The building official shall verify that the EPL display card completed and signed by the builder accurately reflects the plans and specifications submitted to demonstrate code compliance for the building. A copy of the EPL display card can be found in Appendix RD. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - See individual code sections for full details. R402.4 Air leakage (Mandatory). During testing: 1. Exterior windows and doors, fireplace and stove doors shall be closed, but not sealed, beyond the intended weatherstripping or other infiltration control measures. 2. Dampers including exhaust, intake, makeup air, backdraft and flue dampers shall be closed, but not sealed beyond intended infiltration control measures. 3. Interior doors, if installed at the time of the test, shall be open. 4. Exterior doors for continuous ventilation systems and heat recovery ventilators shall be closed and sealed. 5. Heating and cooling systems, if installed at the time of the test, shall be turned off. 6. Supply and return registers, if installed at the time of the test, shall be fully open. Windows, skylights and sliding glass doors shall have an air infiltration rate of no more than 0.3 cfm per square foot (1.5 L/s/m2), and swinging doors no more than 0.5 cfm per square foot (2.6 L/s/m2), when tested according to NFRC 400 or AAMA/ WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440 by an accredited, independent laboratory and listed and labeled by the manufacturer. Testing is not required for additions, alterations, renovations, or repairs, of the building thermal envelope of existing buildings in which the new construction is less than 85 percent of the building thermal envelope. The building thermal envelope shall be constructed to limit air leakage in accordance with the requirements of Sections R402.4.1 through R402.4.5. R401.3 Energy Performance Level (EPL) display card (Mandatory). 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 5 R402.4.3 Fenestration air leakage. R402.4.1.1 Installation. Exception: Site-built windows, skylights and doors. R402.4.2 Fireplaces. New wood-burning fireplaces shall have tight-fitting flue dampers or doors, and outdoor combustion air. Where using tight-fitting doors on factory-built fireplaces listed and labeled in accordance with UL 127, the doors shall be tested and listed for the fireplace. Where using tight-fitting doors on masonry fireplaces, the doors shall be listed and labeled in accordance with UL 907. Exception: R402.4.1.2 Testing. R402.4.1 Building thermal envelope. The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate not exceeding seven air changes per hour in Climate Zones 1 and 2, and three air changes per hour in Climate Zones 3 through 8. Testing shall be conducted in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 and reported at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g. (50 pascals). Testing shall be conducted by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5) or (7), Florida Statutes, or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f), (g) or (i) or an approved third party. A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to the code official. Testing shall be performed at any time after creation of all penetrations of the building thermal envelope. The components of the building thermal envelope as listed in Table R402.4.1.1 shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and the criteria listed in Table R402.4.1.1, as applicable to the method of construction. Where required by the code official, an approved third party shall inspect all components and verify compliance. The building thermal envelope shall comply with Sections R402.4.1.1 and R402.4.1.2. The sealing methods between dissimilar materials shall allow for differential expansion and contraction. Exception: Dwelling units of R-2 Occupancies and multiple attached single family dwellings shall be permitted to comply with Section C402.5. SECTION R401 GENERAL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) Building framing cavities shall not be used as ducts or plenums. Mechanical system piping capable of carrying fluids above 105°F (41°C) or below 55°F (13°C) shall be insulated to a minimum of R-3. R403.4.1 Protection of piping insulation. Heated water circulation systems shall be in accordance with Section R403.5.1.1. Heat trace temperature maintenance systems shall be in accordance with Section R403.5.1.2. Automatic controls, temperature sensors and pumps shall be accessible. Manual controls shall be readily accessible. 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 2 of 5 R403.3.5 Building cavities (Mandatory). R403.4 Mechanical system piping insulation (Mandatory). R403.5.1 Heated water circulation and temperature maintenance systems (Mandatory). SECTION R403 SYSTEMS R402.4.5 Recessed lighting. Recessed luminaires installed in the building thermal envelope shall be sealed to limit air leakage between conditioned and unconditioned spaces. All recessed luminaires shall be IC-rated and labeled as having an air leakage rate not more than 2.0 cfm (0.944 L/s) when tested in accordance with ASTM E283 at a 1.57 psf (75 Pa) pressure differential. All recessed luminaires shall be sealed with a gasket or caulk between the housing and the interior wall or ceiling covering. R402.4.4 Rooms containing fuel-burning appliances. In Climate Zones 3 through 8, where open combustion air ducts provide combustion air to open combustion fuel burning appliances, the appliances and combustion air opening shall be located outside the building thermal envelope or enclosed in a room, isolated from inside the thermal envelope. Such rooms shall be sealed and insulated in accordance with the envelope requirements of Table R402.1.2, where the walls, floors and ceilings shall meet not less than the basement wall R-value requirement. The door into the room shall be fully gasketed and any water lines and ducts in the room insulated in accordance with Section R403. The combustion air duct shall be insulated where it passes through conditioned space to a minimum of R-8. Exceptions: Direct vent appliances with both intake and exhaust pipes installed continuous to the outside. Fireplaces and stoves complying with Section R402.4.2 and Section R1006 of the Florida Building Code, Residential. R403.1.3 Heat pump supplementary heat (Mandatory). Heat pumps having supplementary electric-resistance heat shall have controls that, except during defrost, prevent supplemental heat operation when the heat pump compressor can meet the heating load. R403.3.2 Sealing (Mandatory) All ducts, air handlers, filter boxes and building cavities that form the primary air containment passageways for air distribution systems shall be considered ducts or plenum chambers, shall be constructed and sealed in accordance with Section C403.2.9.2 of the Commercial Provisions of this code and shall be shown to meet duct tightness criteria below. Duct tightness shall be verified by testing in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5) or (7), Florida Statutes, or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f), (g) or (i), Florida Statutes, to be “substantially leak free” in accordance with Section R403.3.3. Postconstruction test: Total leakage shall be measured with a pressure differential of 0.1 inch w.g. (25 Pa) across the entire system, including the manufacturer’s air handler enclosure. Registers shall be taped or otherwise sealed during the test. Rough-in test: Total leakage shall be measured with a pressure differential of 0.1 inch w.g. (25 Pa) across the system, including the manufacturer’s handler enclosure if installed at the time of the test. All registers shall be taped or otherwise sealed during the test. 2. 1. Exceptions: A duct air leakage test shall not be required where the ducts and air handlers are located entirely within the building thermal envelope. Duct testing is not mandatory for buildings complying by Section 405 of this code.2. 1. R403.1 Controls. R403.1.1 Thermostat provision (Mandatory). At least one thermostat shall be provided for each separate heating and cooling system. R403.3.2.1 Sealed air handler. Air handlers shall have a manufacturer’s designation for an air leakage of no more than 2 percent of the design airflow rate when tested in accordance with ASHRAE 193. R403.3.3 Duct testing (Mandatory). Ducts shall be pressure tested to determine air leakage by one of the following methods: A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to the code official. Piping insulation exposed to weather shall be protected from damage, including that caused by sunlight, moisture, equipment maintenance and wind, and shall provide shielding from solar radiation that can cause degradation of the material. Adhesive tape shall not be permitted. 1. 2. R403.5.1.1 Circulation systems. R403.5.1.2 Heat trace systems. Heated water circulation systems shall be provided with a circulation pump. The system return pipe shall be a dedicated return pipe or a cold water supply pipe. Gravity and thermosiphon circulation systems shall be prohibited. Controls for circulating hot water system pumps shall start the pump based on the identification of a demand for hot water within the occupancy. The controls shall automatically turn off the pump when the water in the circulation loop is at the desired temperature and when there is no demand for hot water. Electric heat trace systems shall comply with IEEE 515.1 or UL 515. Controls for such systems shall automatically adjust the energy input to the heat tracing to maintain the desired water temperature in the piping in accordance with the times when heated water is used in the occupancy. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 3 of 5 R403.5.5 Heat traps (Mandatory). Storage water heaters not equipped with integral heat traps and having vertical pipe risers shall have heat traps installed on both the inlets and outlets. External heat traps shall consist of either a commercially available heat trap or a downward and upward bend of at least 3 ½ inches (89 mm) in the hot water distribution line and cold water line located as close as possible to the storage tank. R403.5.6 Water heater efficiencies (Mandatory). R403.5.6.1.1 Automatic controls. Service water-heating systems shall be equipped with automatic temperature controls capable of adjustment from the lowest to the highest acceptable temperature settings for the intended use. The minimum temperature setting range shall be from 100°F to 140°F (38°C to 60°C). R403.5.6.1.2 Shut down. A separate switch or a clearly marked circuit breaker shall be provided to permit the power supplied to electric service systems to be turned off. A separate valve shall be provided to permit the energy supplied to the main burner(s) of combustion types of service water-heating systems to be turned off. R403.5.6.2 Water-heating equipment. Water-heating equipment installed in residential units shall meet the minimum efficiencies of Table C404.2 in Chapter 4 of the Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, Commercial Provisions, for the type of equipment installed. Equipment used to provide heating functions as part of a combination system shall satisfy all stated requirements for the appropriate water-heating category. Solar water heaters shall meet the criteria of Section R403.5.6.2.1. R403.5.6.2.1 Solar water-heating systems. Solar systems for domestic hot water production are rated by the annual solar energy factor of the system. The solar energy factor of a system shall be determined from the Florida Solar Energy Center Directory of Certified Solar Systems. Solar collectors shall be tested in accordance with ISO Standard 9806, Test Methods for Solar Collectors, and SRCC Standard TM-1, Solar Domestic Hot Water System and Component Test Protocol. Collectors in installed solar water-heating systems should meet the following criteria: Be installed with a tilt angle between 10 degrees and 40 degrees of the horizontal; and Be installed at an orientation within 45 degrees of true south. 1. 2. R403.6 Mechanical ventilation (Mandatory). The building shall be provided with ventilation that meets the requirements of the Florida Building Code, Residential, or Florida Building Code, Mechanical, as applicable, or with other approved means of ventilation including: Natural, Infiltration or Mechanical means. Outdoor air intakes and exhausts shall have automatic or gravity dampers that close when the ventilation system is not operating. R403.7 Heating and cooling equipment (Mandatory). R403.7.1 Equipment sizing. Heating and cooling equipment shall be sized in accordance with ACCA Manual S based on the equipment loads calculated in accordance with ACCA Manual J or other approved heating and cooling calculation methodologies, based on building loads for the directional orientation of the building. The manufacturer and model number of the outdoor and indoor units (if split system) shall be submitted along with the sensible and total cooling capacities at the design conditions described in Section R302.1. This Code does not allow designer safety factors, provisions for future expansion or other factors that affect equipment sizing. System sizing calculations shall not include loads created by local intermittent mechanical ventilation such as standard kitchen and bathroom exhaust systems. New or replacement heating and cooling equipment shall have an efficiency rating equal to or greater than the minimum required by federal law for the geographic location where the equipment is installed. When installed to function as a whole-house mechanical ventilation system, fans shall meet the efficacy requirements of Table R403.6.1. R403.6.1 Whole-house mechanical ventilation system fan efficacy. E x c e p t i o n : R403.6.2 Ventilation air. Residential buildings designed to be operated at a positive indoor pressure or for mechanical ventilation shall meet the following criteria: Where whole-house mechanical ventilation fans are integral to tested and listed HVAC equipment, they shall be powered by an electronically commutated motor. The design air change per hour minimums for residential buildings in ASHRAE 62.2, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality, shall be the maximum rates allowed for residential applications. No ventilation or air-conditioning system make-up air shall be provided to conditioned space from attics, crawlspaces, attached enclosed garages or outdoor spaces adjacent to swimming pools or spas. If ventilation air is drawn from enclosed space(s), then the walls of the space(s) from which air is drawn shall be insulated to a minimum of R-11 and the ceiling shall be insulated to a minimum of R-19, space permitting, or R-10 otherwise. 1. 2. 3. TABLE R403.6.1 WHOLE-HOUSE MECHANICAL VENTILATION SYSTEM FAN EFFICACY For SI: 1 cfm = 28.3 L/min.a.When tested in accordance with HVI Standard 916 Range hoods In-line fan Bathroom, utility room Bathroom, utility room FAN LOCATION AIRFLOW RATE MINIMUM MINIMUM EFFICACY AIRFLOW RATE MAXIMUM (CFM)(CFM/WATT) a Any Any 10 90 2.8 cfm/watt 2.8 cfm/watt 1.4 cfm/watt 2.8 cfm/watt Any Any <90 Any (CFM) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS - (Continued) R403.10 Pools and permanent spa energy consumption (Mandatory). The energy consumption of pools and permanent spas shall be in accordance with Sections R403.10.1 through R403.10.5. R403.10.1 Heaters. The electric power to heaters shall be controlled by a readily accessible on-off switch that is an integral part of the heater mounted on the exterior of the heater, or external to and within 3 feet (914 mm) of the heater. Operation of such switch shall not change the setting of the heater thermostat. Such switches shall be in addition to a circuit breaker for the power to the heater. Gas-fired heaters shall not be equipped with continuously burning ignition pilots. R403.10.4 Gas- and oil-fired pool and spa heaters. All gas- and oil-fired pool and spa heaters shall have a minimum thermal efficiency of 82 percent for heaters manufactured on or after April 16, 2013, when tested in accordance with ANSI Z 21.56. Pool heaters fired by natural or LP gas shall not have continuously burning pilot lights. Time switches or other control methods that can automatically turn off and on according to a preset schedule shall be installed for heaters and pump motors. Heaters and pump motors that have built-in time switches shall be in compliance with this section. Exceptions: Where public health standards require 24-hour pump operation. R403.10.2 Time switches. Pumps that operate solar- and waste-heat-recovery pool heating systems. Where pumps are powered exclusively from on-site renewable generation.3. 2. 1. R403.10.3 Covers. Outdoor heated swimming pools and outdoor permanent spas shall be equipped with a vapor-retardant cover on or at the water surface or a liquid cover or other means proven to reduce heat loss. Exception: Where more than 70 percent of the energy for heating, computed over an operation season, is from site-recovered energy, such as from a heat pump or solar energy source, covers or other vapor-retardant means shall not be required. 3/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 4 of 5 R403.8 Systems serving multiple dwelling units (Mandatory). Systems serving multiple dwelling units shall comply with Sections C403 and C404 of the IECC—Commercial Provisions in lieu of Section R403. R403.9 Snow melt and ice system controls (Mandatory) Snow- and ice-melting systems, supplied through energy service to the building, shall include automatic controls capable of shutting off the system when the pavement temperature is above 50°F (10°C), and no precipitation is falling and an automatic or manual control that will allow shutoff when the outdoor temperature is above 40°F (4.8°C). R403.7.1.2 Heating equipment capacity. R403.7.1.2.1 Heat pumps. Heat pump sizing shall be based on the cooling requirements as calculated according to Section R403.7.1.1, and the heat pump total cooling capacity shall not be more than 1.15 times greater than the design cooling load even if the design heating load is 1.15 times greater than the design cooling load. R403.7.1.2.2 Electric resistance furnaces. Electric resistance furnaces shall be sized within 4 kW of the design requirements calculated according to the procedure selected in Section R403.7.1. R403.7.1.2.3 Fossil fuel heating equipment. The capacity of fossil fuel heating equipment with natural draft atmospheric burners shall not be less than the design load calculated in accordance with Section R403.7.1. R403.7.1.3 Extra capacity required for special occasions. Residences requiring excess cooling or heating equipment capacity on an intermittent basis, such as anticipated additional loads caused by major entertainment events, shall have equipment sized or controlled to prevent continuous space cooling or heating within that space by one or more of the following options: 1.A separate cooling or heating system is utilized to provide cooling or heating to the major entertainment areas. 2.A variable capacity system sized for optimum performance during base load periods is utilized. R403.7.1.1 Cooling equipment capacity. Cooling only equipment shall be selected so that its total capacity is not less than the calculated total load but not more than 1.15 times greater than the total load calculated according to the procedure selected in Section 403.7, or the closest available size provided by the manufacturer’s product lines. The corresponding latent capacity of the equipment shall not be less than the calculated latent load. Design values for entering wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures shall be for the indoor dry bulb and relative humidity used for the load calculation and shall be adjusted for return side gains if the return duct(s) is installed in an unconditioned space. Exceptions: 1. 2. Attached single- and multiple-family residential equipment sizing may be selected so that its cooling capacity is less than the calculated total sensible load but not less than 80 percent of that load. When signed and sealed by a Florida-registered engineer, in attached single- and multiple-family units, the capacity of equipment may be sized in accordance with good design practice. The published value for AHRI total capacity is a nominal, rating-test value and shall not be used for equipment sizing. Manufacturer’s expanded performance data shall be used to select cooling-only equipment. This selection shall be based on the outdoor design dry-bulb temperature for the load calculation (or entering water temperature for water-source equipment), the blower CFM provided by the expanded performance data, the design value for entering wet-bulb temperature and the design value for entering dry-bulb temperature. R404.1 Lighting equipment (Mandatory). Not less than 75 percent of the lamps in permanently installed lighting fixtures shall be high-efficacy lamps or not less than 75 percent of the permanently installed lighting fixtures shall contain only high-efficacy lamps. Exception: R404.1.1 Lighting equipment (Mandatory). Fuel gas lighting systems shall not have continuously burning pilot lights. Low-voltage lighting. SECTION R404 R403.10.5 Heat pump pool heaters. Heat pump pool heaters shall have a minimum COP of 4.0 when tested in accordance with AHRI 1160, Table 2, Standard Rating Conditions-Low Air Temperature. A test report from an independent laboratory is required to verify procedure compliance. Geothermal swimming pool heat pumps are not required to meet this standard. R403.11 Portable spas (Mandatory). The energy consumption of electric-powered portable spas shall be controlled by the requirements of APSP-14. ELECTRICAL POWER AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS Page 5 of 53/24/2020 4:24 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Project Name: Owner: Builder Name: Permit Office: Jurisdiction:261100 Atlantic Beach Fasanelli Construction Inc.Peterson Residence Street: City, State, Zip:Atlantic Beach , FL , 1753 Park Terrace E Permit Number: Design Location:FL, MAYPORT_NS CHECKAIR BARRIER CRITERIA A continuous air barrier shall be installed in the building envelope. The exterior thermal envelope contains a continuous air barrier. Breaks or joints in the air barrier shall be sealed. The air barrier in any dropped ceiling/soffit shall be aligned with the insulation and any gaps in the air barrier shall be sealed. Access openings, drop down stairs or knee wall doors to unconditioned attic spaces shall be sealed. The junction of the foundation and sill plate shall be sealed. The junction of the top plate and the top of exterior walls shall be sealed. Knee walls shall be sealed. The space between window/door jambs and framing, and skylights and framing shall be sealed. Rim joists shall include the air barrier. The air barrier shall be installed at any exposed edge of insulation. Exposed earth in unvented crawl spaces shall be covered with a Class I vapor retarder with overlapping joints taped. Duct shafts, utility penetrations, and flue shafts opening to exterior or unconditioned space shall be sealed. Narrow cavities Shafts, penetrations Crawl space walls Floors (including above-garage and cantilevered floors) Rim joists Windows, skylights Walls Ceiling/attic General COMPONENT Garage separation Recessed lighting Plumbing and wiring S h o w e r / t u b HVAC register boots HVAC register boots that penetrate building thermal envelope shall be sealed to the sub-floor or drywall. The air barrier shall be installed behind electrical or communication boxes or air-sealed boxes shall be installed. The air barrier installed at exterior walls adjacent to showers and tubs shall separate them from the showers and tubs. Batt insulation shall be cut neatly to fit around wiring and plumbing in exterior walls, or insulation that on installation readily conforms to available space shall extend behind piping and wiring. Recessed light fixtures installed in the building thermal envelope shall be sealed to the drywall. Air sealing shall be provided between the garage and conditioned spaces. When required to be sealed, concealed fire sprinklers shall only be sealed in a manner that is recommended by the manufacturer. Caulking or other adhesive sealants shall not be used to fill voids between fire sprinkler cover plates and walls or ceilings. C o n c e a l e d Electrical/phone box on exterior walls Batts in narrow cavities shall be cut to fit, or narrow cavities shall be filled by insulation that on installation readily conforms to the available cavity spaces. TABLE 402.4.1.1 AIR BARRIER AND INSULATION INSPECTION COMPONENT CRITERIA INSULATION INSTALLATION CRITERIA EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.02 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software3/24/2020 4:24 PM Page 1 of 1 Air-permeable insulation shall not be used as a sealing material. The insulation in any dropped ceiling/soffit shall be aligned with the air barrier. Cavities within corners and headers of frame walls shall be insulated by completely filling the cavity with a material having a thermal resistance of R-3 per inch minimum. Exterior thermal envelope insulation for framed walls shall be installed in substantial contact and continuous alignment with the air barrier. Rim joists shall be insulated. Floor framing cavity insulation shall be installed to maintain permanent contact with the underside of subfloor decking, or floor framing cavity insulation shall be permitted to be in contact with the top side of sheathing, or continuous insulation installed on the underside of floor framing and extends from the bottom to the top of all perimeter floor framing members. and doors on exterior wall requirements Recessed light fixtures installed in the building thermal envelope shall be air tight and IC rated. sprinklers Where provided instead of floor insulation, insulation shall be permanently attached to the crawlspace walls. Exterior walls adjacent to showers and tubs shall be insulated. 2017 - AIR BARRIER AND INSULATION INSPECTION COMPONENT CRITERIA a. In addition, inspection of log walls shall be in accordance with the provisions of ICC-400. Envelope Leakage Test Report (Blower Door Test) Residential Prescriptive, Performance or ERI Method Compliance 2017 Florida Building Code, Energy Conservation, 6th Edition Jurisdiction:261100 Permit #: Job Information Builder:Fasanelli Construction Inc.Community:Lot:NA Address:1753 Park Terrace E City:Atlantic Beach State:FL Zip: Air Leakage Test Results Passing results must meet either the Performance, Prescriptive, or ERI Method PRESCRIPTIVE METHOD-The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate of not exceeding 7 air changes per hour at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g. (50 Pascals) in Climate Zones 1 and 2. PERFORMANCE or ERI METHOD-The building or dwelling unit shall be tested and verified as having an air leakage rate of not exceeding the selected ACH(50) value, as shown on Form R405-2017 (Performance) or R406-2017 (ERI), section labeled as infiltration, sub-section ACH50. ACH(50) specified on Form R405-2017-Energy Calc (Performance) or R406-2017 (ERI):7.000 _________ x 60 ÷ ______________ = ____________27139 CFM(50) Building Volume ACH(50) PASS When ACH(50) is less than 3, Mechanical Ventilation installation must be verified by building department. Method for calculating building volume:_____________________________ Retrieved from architectural plans Code software calculated Field measured and calculated R402.4.1.2 Testing. Testing shall be conducted in accordance with ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 and reported at a pressure of 0.2 inch w.g. (50 Pascals). Testing shall be conducted by either individuals as defined in Section 553.993(5) or (7), Florida Statues.or individuals licensed as set forth in Section 489.105(3)(f), (g), or (i) or an approved third party. A written report of the results of the test shall be signed by the party conducting the test and provided to thecode official. Testing shall be performed at any time after creation of all penetrations of the building thermal envelope. During testing: 1. Exterior windows and doors, fireplace and stove doors shall be closed, but not sealed, beyond the intended weatherstripping or other infiltration control measures. 2. Dampers including exhaust, intake, makeup air, back draft and flue dampers shall be closed, but not sealed beyond intended infiltration control measures. 3. Interior doors, if installed at the time of the test, shall be open. 4. Exterior doors for continuous ventilation systems and heat recovery ventilators shall be closed and sealed. 5. Heating and cooling systems, if installed at the time of the test, shall be turned off. 6. Supply and return registers, if installed at the time of the test, shall be fully open. Testing Company Company Name: ______________________________________Phone: ________________________ I hereby verify that the above Air Leakage results are in accordance with the 2017 6th Edition Florida Building Code Energy Conservation requirements according to the compliance method selected above. Signature of Tester: ____________________________________Date of Test: ______________________ Printed Name of Tester: _________________________________ License/Certification #: _____________________________Issuing Authority: _________________________ 3/24/2020 4:24:30 PM EnergyGauge® USA 6.0.04 (Rev. 1) - FlaRes2017 FBC 6th Edition (2017) Compliant Software Page 1 of 1 2020-Mar-24 16:28:02 Right-Suite® Universal 2019 19.0.17 RSU17457 Page 1 ...son Residence, 1753 Park Terrace E, Atl Bch.rup Calc = MJ8 Front Door faces: W Job:Manual S Compliance Report 3/23/2020Date:Entire House M. EllisBy: Energy Design Systems, Inc., 11727 Brady Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32223 Phone: 904-268-3670 Fax: 904-268-3670 Email: eds.jax@gmail.com Project Information Peterson ResidenceFor: 1753 Park Terrace E, Jacksonville, FL Cooling Equipment Design Conditions °F78.3Entering coil DB:Btuh46226Sensible gain:°F94.4Outdoor design DB: °F64.1Entering coil WB:Btuh7085Latent gain:°F77.4Outdoor design WB: Btuh53311Total gain:°F75.0Indoor design DB: cfm1900Estimated airflow:%50Indoor RH: Manufacturer's Performance Data at Actual Design Conditions Split ASHPEquipment type: CH14NB06000G0A0+FX4DNB061LModel:CarrierManufacturer: cfm1900Actual airflow: % of load96Btuh44460Sensible capacity: % of load177Btuh12540Latent capacity: %78SHR:% of load107Btuh57000Total capacity: Heating Equipment Design Conditions °F66.9Entering coil DB:Btuh38136Heat loss:°F38.1Outdoor design DB: °F68.0Indoor design DB: Manufacturer's Performance Data at Actual Design Conditions Split ASHPEquipment type: CH14NB06000G0A0+FX4DNB061LModel:CarrierManufacturer: cfm1900Actual airflow: °F29Capacity balance:% of load143Btuh54500Output capacity: °F-99Economic balance:Btuh0Supplemental heat required: Elec stripBackup equipment type: Model:Manufacturer: cfm1900Actual airflow: °F97Temp. rise:% of load94kW10.5Output capacity: Meets all requirements of ACCA Manual S. Calculations approved by ACCA to meet all requirements of Manual J 8th Ed. 2020-Mar-24 16:25:38 Right-Suite® Universal 2019 19.0.17 RSU17457 Page 1 ...son Residence, 1753 Park Terrace E, Atl Bch.rup Calc = MJ8 Front Door faces: W Job:Project Summary 3/23/2020Date:Entire House M. EllisBy: Energy Design Systems, Inc., 11727 Brady Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32223 Phone: 904-268-3670 Fax: 904-268-3670 Email: eds.jax@gmail.com Project Information Peterson ResidenceFor: 1753 Park Terrace E, Jacksonville, FL Notes: Design Information Mayport Ns, FL, USWeather: Winter Design Conditions Summer Design Conditions Outside db °F38 Outside db °F94 Inside db °F68 Inside db °F75 Design TD °F30 Design TD °F19 Daily range L Relative humidity %50 Moisture difference gr/lb50 Heating Summary Sensible Cooling Equipment Load Sizing Structure Btuh26327 Structure Btuh28681 Ducts Btuh11809 Ducts Btuh17545 Central vent (0 cfm)Btuh0 Central vent (0 cfm)Btuh0 (none)(none) Humidification Btuh0 Blower Btuh0 Piping Btuh0 Equipment load Btuh38136 Use manufacturer's data y Rate/swing multiplier 1.00 Infiltration Equipment sensible load Btuh46226 Method Latent Cooling Equipment Load SizingSimplified Construction quality Average 1 (Average)Fireplaces Structure Btuh3273 Ducts Btuh3811Central vent (0 cfm)Btuh0 CoolingHeating (none)26872687Area (ft²)Equipment latent load Btuh7085 2713927139Volume (ft³)Air changes/hour 0.160.36 Equipment Total Load (Sen+Lat)Btuh53311 Equiv. AVF (cfm)72165 Req. total capacity at 0.80 SHR ton4.8 Heating Equipment Summary Cooling Equipment Summary Make Carrier Make CarrierTradeCARRIERTradeCARRIER Model CH14NB06000G0A0 Cond CH14NB06000G0A0AHRI ref 9162972 Coil FX4DNB061L AHRI ref 9162972 Efficiency 8.2 HSPF Efficiency 11.5 EER, 14 SEER Heating input Sensible cooling Btuh39900 Heating output Btuh @ 47°F54500 Latent cooling Btuh17100Temperature rise °F26 Total cooling Btuh57000 Actual air flow cfm1900 Actual air flow cfm1900Air flow factor cfm/Btuh0.050 Air flow factor cfm/Btuh0.041 Static pressure in H2O0 Static pressure in H2O0Space thermostat Load sensible heat ratio 0.87 Capacity balance point = 29 °F Backup: Input = 10 kW, Output = 35827 Btuh, 100 AFUE