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Advanced Framing

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R20 Wall—2x4 Framing

2x4 framing with insulated siding, insulated headers, R15 cavity insulation, and double top plates. Framing factor assumed to be no greater than 22 percent (see footnote a).

From: IECC Compliance Options for Wood-Frame Wall Assemblies, Form P320
R20 Wall—2x4 Framing
R20 Wall—Advanced Framing Techniques

Low-density fiberglass insulation (R19 compressed batts) with conventional headers and double top plates. Framing factor is assumed to be no greater than 20 percent (see footnote a).

From: IECC Compliance Options for Wood-Frame Wall Assemblies, Form P320
R20 Wall—Advanced Framing Techniques
R20 Wall—Insulated Headers

This assembly uses insulated headers, double top plates, and advanced framing techniques with R19 compressed fiberglass batts as cavity insulation. Framing factor is assumed to be no greater than 22 percent (see footnote a).

From: IECC Compliance Options for Wood-Frame Wall Assemblies, Form P320
R20 Wall—Insulated Headers
R21 Wall—Advanced Framing Techniques

Several enhancements achieve a higher R-value: 2x6 framing, R21 cavity insulation, and insulated headers. Assumes a framing factor of no greater than 18 percent (see footnote a).

From: IECC Compliance Options for Wood-Frame Wall Assemblies, Form P320
R21 Wall—Advanced Framing Techniques
Wall Frame Comparison
From: Engineered Wood Construction Guide, Form E30
Wall Frame Comparison
Energy-Heel Roof Truss Span
From: APA System Report 103: Use of Wood Structural Panels for Energy-Heel Trusses, Form SR-103
Energy-Heel Roof Truss Span
Energy-Heel Truss
From: APA System Report 103: Use of Wood Structural Panels for Energy-Heel Trusses, Form SR-103
Energy-Heel Truss
Energy-Heel Truss Attachment to Sheathing
From: APA System Report 103: Use of Wood Structural Panels for Energy-Heel Trusses, Form SR-103
Energy-Heel Truss Attachment to Sheathing
Wood Structural Panel Overlap
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Wood Structural Panel Overlap
Wood Structural Panel Box Header Nail Pattern
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Wood Structural Panel Box Header Nail Pattern
One-Sided Wood Structural Panel Box Header
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
One-Sided Wood Structural Panel Box Header
Two-Sided Wood Structural Panel Box Header
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Two-Sided Wood Structural Panel Box Header
Junction for Continuous Drywall Application
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Junction for Continuous Drywall Application
Ladder Junction
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Ladder Junction
Opening in Non-Load-Bearing Walls
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Opening in Non-Load-Bearing Walls
Permitted Framing Alignment Offsets - Single Top Plates
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Permitted Framing Alignment Offsets - Single Top Plates
Approved Framing Connector Option (Single- or Double-Ply Headers)
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Approved Framing Connector Option (Single- or Double-Ply Headers)
Large Opening Single Headers
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Large Opening Single Headers
Single-Ply Header
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Single-Ply Header
Intersecting Wall Connection
From: Advanced Framing Construction Guide, Form M400
Intersecting Wall Connection
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