May 22, 2015
See if you can find information in ASHRAE 90.1. Also see attached .pdf
November 3, 2015
We are planning for two wall types. The lower level walls will be either 12-inch masonry foundation wall or a 12-inch basement wall. Each wall type will include brick veneer and 2-inch continuous rigid insulation. The upper level exterior wall is load-bearing metal studs with 6-inch faced batt insulation in stud cavity, sheathing, 2-inch continuous rigid insulation, air space and face brick.
As I consider a shelf for my brick veneer to sit on, I realize that I will not be able to align the 2-inch rigid insulation between building levels.
Is it acceptable to offset the insulation by a couple inches, or somehow consider locating the continuous insulation on the interior face of the basement walls? If offseting is allowed, do they need to overlap by some amount?
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