Unconditioned space

Unconditioned space

Area within the outermost shell of a house that is not heated or cooled (that is, the area outside the thermal envelope). Such areas typically include crawlspaces, attics, and garages.
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JG Properties LLC, 1670 High St; tenant infill in existing office building - moving offices around and moving a bathroom adding 128 sq ft of unconditioned space for vestibule; $75,000.
If a home had a basement, that was a ssumed to be the unconditioned space location where the HPWH was installed.
Unconditioned space and low-energy use buildings (under one watt/sf) will not need to comply with the NYC ECC thermal envelope regulations; however, areas being converted to conditioned space do.
If your home's floors lie over unconditioned space (such as a crawl space), and the floor is not insulated, it's a good idea to add insulation.
The person entered the unconditioned space and activated the heating system, which could be either convective or radiative.
It doesn't make sense to run ducts through unconditioned space unless there's no other alternative.
BIM tools do not automatically detect below-grade or unconditioned space boundaries allowing for automatic subdivision of thermal surface representation.
There were no units with ducts located in both conditioned and unconditioned space within the data analyzed.
Air control layers are materials or assemblies of materials that control airflow between a conditioned space and an unconditioned space or between units in multifamily and apartment construction.
The canisters for a central vac system, however, should be located in an unconditioned space such as the garage, and vented directly to the outside to avoid "back-drafting" their contents.
If a home had a basement, that was assumed to be the unconditioned space location where the HPWH was installed.