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Introduction

Ceiling


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Ceiling Insulation

In this box, please select the insulation rating, or R-value, of the insulation in your ceiling.

  »  If the insulation in your ceiling is not R-19, R-30, or R-36, please select “Other Type of Insulation“ and enter the R-value in the dialog box labeled “Other Type of Insulation.“

Note: Please make sure this number is accurate

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Ceiling Insulation - other Value

In this box, please manually enter the Insulation value.

Note: please enter only numeric value, for example: If Its R11 then the value is 11.

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Condition above Cellar Ceiling

In this box, please select the type of space or structure, which exists above your cellar. This could be any of the following conditions:

  »  Conditioned interior space (another temperature-controlled room in your house)

  »  Unconditioned interior space (such as a garage or utility room), an attic, or a roof.

  »  Attic space, interior space between the roof and interior of the house.

  »  Exterior Roof, no interior space between that and the exterior roof

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Above Cellar Condition

In this box, please select the type of space or structure, which exists below your cellar. This could be any of the following conditions:

  »  Conditioned space (such as an air-conditioned room)

  »  Unconditioned space (like a utility room or a garage)

  »  Crawlspace

  »  Dirt or a concrete slab

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Floor

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Floor Insulation

In this box, please select the insulation rating (R-value of the insulation in your floor).

  »  If the insulation in your floor is not R-10, R-19, or R-30, please select “Other Type of Insulation” and enter the R-value in the dialog box labeled “Other Type of Insulation.”

Note: Please make sure this number is accurate

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Below Cellar Floor Condition

In this box, please select the type of space or structure, which exists below your cellar. This could be any of the following conditions:

  »  Conditioned space (such as an air-conditioned room)

  »  Unconditioned space (like a utility room or a garage)

  »  Crawlspace

  »  Dirt or a concrete slab

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Average Temperature Below Cellar Floor

Please enter the average temperature of the room or space below your cellar in this box.

  »  If there is a concrete foundation or earth directly below your cellar, this box will auto-fill to 62°F.

  »  If there is an unconditioned space or crawlspace below your cellar, please enter the average daytime temperature of that space during summer.

  »  If there is a conditioned space below your cellar, please enter the temperature at which the room is normally kept.

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Wall

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Cellar Wall Insulation Material

In this box, please select the insulation rating, or R-value, of the material your walls are composed of.

  »  If the material of your cellar walls are not R-11, R-23, or R-36, concrete, single or dual pane glass, please select ”Other Type of material” and enter the material in the dialog box labeled ”Other Type of Materials.”

Note: Please make sure this number is accurate

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Cellar Wall Surrounding Condition

In this box, please select the condition of the adjacent space or structure in regards to that specific wall. This could be any of the following conditions.

  »  Interior unconditioned space (such as a garage or utility room), an attic, or a roof.

  »  Interior conditioned space (another temperature-controlled room in your house).

  »  Interior conditioned space (another temperature-controlled room in your house).

  » Exposed to direct sunlight, a surrounding exterior space that is exposed to direct sunlight anytime during the day.

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Cellar Surrounding Wall Temperature

In this box, please enter the average temperature of the adjacent condition of the adjacent space or structure in regards to that specific wall.

  »  If there is a conditioned space adjacent to your cellar, please enter the temperature at which the room is normally kept.

  »  If there is a unconditioned space adjacent to your cellar, please enter the average daytime temperature of that space, also during summer. (Generally speaking, the temperature will be 20 degrees hotter than the ambient temperature outside).

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