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Mattive SFR Sheet aC1.PC9Is there a basement or cellar existing or proposed? No
ENTER Proposed TOTAL Net FAR Floor Area (in sq. ft.): 1,456
ENTER Zone ONLY from drop-down list: E-3
ENTER Net Lot Area (in sq. ft.): 5,853
Is the height of existing or proposed buildings 17 feet or greater? Yes
Are existing or proposed buildings two stories or greater? Yes
The FAR Requirements are: REQUIRED**
ENTER Average Slope of Lot: 17.00%
Does the height of existing or proposed buildings exceed 25 feet? No
Is the site in the Hillside Design District? No
Does the project include 500 or more cu. yds. of grading outside the main building footprint? No
FLOOR AREA RATIO (FAR): 0.249
Lot Size Range: 4,000 - 9,999 sq.ft.
MAX FAR Calculation (in sq. ft.): 1,200 + (0.25 x lot size in sq.ft.)
100% MAX FAR: 0.455
85% of MAX FAR (in sq. ft.): 2,264
80% of MAX FAR (in sq. ft.): 2,131
* NOTE: Percentage total is rounded up.
ENTER Acreage to Convert to square footage: 1.00
Net Lot Area (in sq. ft.): 43560
H:\Group Folders\PLAN\Handouts\Offic ial Handouts\Design Review\FAR_Calculator.x lsx Revised May 26, 2020
Acreage Conversion Calculator
**NOTE: If your project is located on a site with multiple or overlay zones, please contact Planning Staff to confirm whether the FAR limitations are "Required" or "Guideline".
F.A.R. Calculator
The 1456 square foot proposed total is 55% of the MAX FAR.*
Instructions: Enter the information in the white boxes below. The spreadsheet will calculate the proposed FAR (floor area ratio), the 100% max FAR (per the Zoning Ordinance for "Required FAR"), and the 85% max FAR (per the Zoning Ordinance for "Required FAR"). Additionally it will determine whether a FAR Modification is required. "Guideline FAR" calculations are as outlined in the "Applicability" section of the Single Family Residence Design Guidelines, page 23-C.
The Net Lot Area does not include any Public Road Easements or Public Road Right-of-Way areas. The proposed TOTAL Net FAR Floor Area shall include the net floor area of all stories of all building, but may or may not include basement/cellar floor area. For further clarification on these definitions please refer to SBMC §28.15.083 & 30.300. This form has not yet been updated for current Title 30 zone designations, see SBMC §30.05.010 for comparison.
An FAR MOD is not required per SBMC §28.15 or §30.20.030
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a awning ab anchor bolt abv above (abwp) as-built without permit ac asphaltic concrete ac air conditioning adj adjacent al aluminum alt alternate app approved av audio visual
b bottom bel below bldg building blk block blk'g blocking bm beam bn boundary nail bn bullnose bot bottom bp bi-pass
c casement, courses cab't cabinet calc's calculations cb catch basin cbc california building code cer ceramic cfm cubic feet per minute clg ceiling cj ceiling joist, control joint,
construction joint cl center line, chain link,
centerline clos closet clr clear cmu concrete masonry unit co clean out col column conc concrete cont continuous ct ceramic tile ctr center cu cubic cw cold water
db decibel dbl double demo demolition det detail df douglas fir df drinking fountain dia diameter dim dimension disp dispenser disp disposer dh double hung dj deck joist dr door ds down spout dwgs drawings
e electrical (e) existing ea each, exhaust air ej expansion joint el elevation elev elevation en edge nail engr engineer(ing) eq equal es each side ewwm electric welded wire mesh exp exposed ext exterior
f french fd floor drain fdn foundation ff finished floor fg fixed glass fg finish grade fg fuel gas fin finish fj floor joist fl flush, flow line flash'g flashing flr floor fluor fluorescent fn field nail, face nail fo face of fohc free of heart center fold'g folding fom face of masonry fopl face of plaster fos face of stud fosh face of sheathing fow face of wall fs finish surface, finish slab, far side ft feet ftao force transfer around opening ftg footing
g gas ga gauge galv galvanized gb gypsum board gfci ground fault circuit interrupter gi galvanized iron gls glass glb glued laminated beam gr group grd grade gv gate valve
h hopper hb hose bibb hc handicapped, hollow core hd holdown hdg hot dipped galvanized hdr header hdwr hardware hgr hanger hm hollow metal horiz horizontal hp high point ht height hw hot water
insul insulation int interior ips interior pipe size info information
jt joint jst joist
l lanai, landscape, angle lam laminate(d) lg long llv long leg vertical lp low point ls lag screws lts lights
m mechanical mat'l material max maximum mb machine bolt mfr manufacturer mi malleable iron min minimum miw malleable iron washer mo masonry opening
n north (n) new nat natural ng natural grade nic not in contract no number ns near side nts not to scale
oc on center occ occupancy opn'g opening opp opposite o/ over
p panel, patio, plumbing (p) proposed pa planter area part'n partition pcc portland cement concrete pkt pocket pl property line pl plate plant'g planting plas plaster plwd plywood poc point of connection pr pair pt pressure treated pvc polyvinyl chloride
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r radius, rolling (r) replace r/s resawn texture ra return air raft rafter rd roof drain ref refer, reference, refrigerator req'd required resil resilient rm room ro rough opening ros rough sawn texture rr roof rafter rw redwood
s sewer, structural s & p shelf and pole s4s surfaced four sides sa supply air sc scale, solid core scl solid composite lumber sd storm drain sec section sf square feet sg safety glazing sh single hung sht sheet sht'g sheathing shwr shower si square inches sid'g siding sim similar sl sliding sld'g sliding slop'g sloping slts sidelights sn sill nail specs specifications sq ft square feet ss select structural, stainless steel std standard stf steel trowel finish stl steel sw shear wall sws shear wall segment sym symmetrical
t toilet, top t & b top and bottom t & g tongue and groove tel telephone tg top of grate thk thick(ness) tow top of wall tp top of pavement tos top of steel to sht'g top of sheathing ts tube steel tv television typ typical
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v vent vtr vent through roof vert vertical vest vestibule
w waste w/ with w/o without wd wood wdw window wi wrought iron wp water proof wr water resistant ws water supply, wood screws wt water tight, weight
Project Location
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION: • replace all exterior doors and windows at primary residence • add two new windows at accessory dwelling unit (within existing non-
conforming front setback) • construct new 144 sf elevated deck serving primary residence • 340 sf interior remodel
(Note that the accessory dwelling unit has been approved under BLD2020-02475, and conditions approved under that permit are shown as “existing” in these plans.)
OWNERS: Nilus & Disha Mattive 1330 San Miguel Avenue Santa Barbara, CA 93109 (805)
DESIGN & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: Patrick Marr, AIA, PE 2105 Gillespie Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 898-2096
GOVERNING CODES: 2019 California Building Code (structural provisions) 2019 California Residential Code 2019 California Plumbing Code 2019 California Mechanical Code 2019 California Electric Code 2019 California Energy Code 2019 California Green Building Code
ASSESSOR'S PARCEL: 045-042-014
ZONING DATA: Parcel Data: • Parcel Address: 1330 San Miguel Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93109 • Zone: Zone: E-3/SD-3 (SBMC Title 28) • Coastal Zone Jurisdiction: Non-Appealable Jurisdiction
(Coastal Exemption granted 9/29/2020, PLN2020-00464) • Hillside Design District: No • Parcel Slope: 21%, per City records • High Fire Hazard Area: No • FEMA Flood Zone: X
Lot Area: 5,853 sf gross net
Existing Floor Area: Existing Primary Residence Living Area: 1,061. sf 1,002. sf Existing Accessory Dwelling Unit: 495. sf 454. sf Existing Shed: 120. sf 106. sf Existing Building Area: 1,676. sf 1,562. sf
Proposed Elevated Deck: 144. sf
Existing Crawlspace: 934. sf 873. sf (existing crawlspace is unfinished and is not considered floor area)
Net Floor Area Include in FAR: 1,002 (primary residence) + 106 (shed) = 1,108. sf
Area of Interior Remodel: 338. sf
YEAR OF ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION: 1953
OCCUPANCY: R-3/U
CONSTRUCTION: Type V-B (unlimited allowable area)
CUT AND FILL: Cut: 2 cu. yards (deck footing excavations) Fill: 0 cu. yards
STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN: New impermeable surfaces: 0 sf (proposed deck has spaced decking and will drain to existing grade below)
MATERIALS & FINISHES: Roofing: (e) charcoal composition shingle Stucco: fine sand finish, white Fascia: painted, light gray Windows: clear anodized aluminum Decking: tropical hardwood Guardrail: stainless steel cabling with black fascia mounted posts & tropical
hardwood cap
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(e) ADU (under construction)
(e) stairs (under construction)
Santa Barbara, CA 93109
(e) planter area proposed
elevated deck (spaced decking)
SHEET INDEX:
C-1 Site & Roof Plan
A-1 Accessory Dwelling Unit Demolition & Floor Plans A-2 Upper Floor (Primary Residence) Existing Floor Plan A-3 Proposed Exterior Elevations A-4 Proposed Exterior Elevations & Building Section
PARKING: Existing Parking - Primary Residence:
0 covered / 1 uncovered parking space Existing Parking – Accessory Dwelling Unit:
0 covered / 0 uncovered parking spaces (Pursuant to Government Code 65852.2 (post January 1, 2020) based on proximity to public transit)
GENERAL NOTES: 1. All landscaping is to remain, protect in place, uno. 2. The building as designed meets or exceeds Title 24 energy
conservation measures. 3. All egress windows shall conform to CRC R310.2 and shall have net
clear openable area of 5.7 square feet. The net minimum clear openable height dimension shall be 24 inches. The net minimum clear openable width dimension shall be 20 inches. Finished sill height shall be not more than 44 inches. Windows shall be openable from inside without keys, tools, or special knowledge. Window dimensions shown on schedule shall be coordinated with the particular manufacturer’s sizes to assure conformance.
4. Provide 24" minimum clear in font of toilet in a 30" minimum wide compartment.
5. Provide 1,024 square inch minimum shower compartment, containing 30" minimum diameter.
6. Wall coverings in showers and tubs shall be tile, or equal, to 72" above the drain. Enclosures shall be of approved safety glazing and shower doors shall swing out. Windows in showers shall be safety glazed when sill is within 60" above the drain.
7. Provide hardwired smoke detectors (SD) with a battery backup. (In existing portions of building beyond are of alteration, smoke detectors may be battery operated.) Smoke detectors shall be located in rooms and corridors giving direct access to sleeping areas, on ceilings within each sleeping area, on each story of multistory dwellings, and in close proximity to stairs on upper level. Detectors shall sound an alarm audible in all sleeping areas of the dwelling.
8. Provide hardwired carbon monoxide detectors (CO) with a battery backup. (In existing portions of building beyond are of alteration, CO detectors may be battery operated.) CO detectors shall be located outside each separate dwelling unit sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each story of multistory dwellings. Detectors shall sound an alarm audible in all sleeping areas of the dwelling.
9. Fireblock stud walls (at 10 feet on center maximum, horizontal and vertical), enclosed and concealed spaces, and at openings around vents, pipes, ducts and chimneys, between attic and chimney chase, at stair stringers, and similar spaces at ceiling and floor levels.
10. The largest rise or run in stairs shall not exceed the smallest by more than 3/8".
11. All glazing in hazardous locations shall be identified by a permanent label identifying it as safety glazing.
12. Provide low flow toilets (1.28 gpf average), lavatory faucets (1.2 gpm at 60 psi), kitchen faucets (1.8 gpm max. at 60 psi, .8 gpm min. at 20 psi) and shower heads (1.8 gpm at 80 psi). Showers with multiple shower heads shall have shall have a combined flow rate of 1.8 gpm at 80 psi.
13. Provide 12” square permanently accessible bathtub access panel or use a non-slip joint trap.
14. Shower/tub combo shall have pressure balance or thermostatic mixing valve.
15. All doors and windows shall be dual glazed, with U = .54 max, SHGC = .34 max. New skylights shall be dual glazed with U = .45 max, SHGC = .25 max. Refer to Sheet T-24.
16. Typical insulation: Roof - R-30 Exterior Walls - R-13 Floor above Accessory Dwelling Unit - R-30
At vaulted ceilings and floor, spray-foam isolation shall be Iceynene MC-D-200, installed per ICC ESR-3199, R = 6.6 per inch. Provide stripping or furring as required to provide adequate depth for required insulation value.
17. Strap water heater at top and bottom with 1 1/2" x 16 ga. steel strap with 3/8" Ø x 3" lag screw at each end to stud.
18. Provide anti-siphon device at hose bibbs. 19. Interior wall finish shall be gypsum wallboard. Verify finished surface
and color with owner. 20. Install 2 layers Grade D paper between plywood sheathing and
exterior stucco lath. 21. All stucco shall be 7/8" portland cement plaster with paper backed
lath with 16 gauge staples at 6" oc. 22. Remodeling pre-1978 structures without using Lead Safe Work Practices
is a violation of the California Code of Regulations Section 105256. Contractors, remodelers and painters are shall use "lead-safe" work practices pursuant to Title 17, California Code of Regulations Section 36050. Construction debris known to contain lead-based paint must be disposed at an approved location.
(refer to sheet A-4 for Door & Window Notes)
nearest fire hydrant approx.
no plants, shrubs or walls exceeding 42"
tall in this hatched area
(e) raised container vegetable garden
(barrier between parking & Accessory Dweilling Unit, under
construction)
Is there a basement or cellar existing or proposed? No
ENTER Proposed TOTAL Net FAR Floor Area (in sq. ft.): 1,108
ENTER Zone ONLY from drop-down list: E-3
ENTER Net Lot Area (in sq. ft.): 5,853
Is the height of existing or proposed buildings 17 feet or greater? Yes
Are existing or proposed buildings two stories or greater? Yes
The FAR Requirements are: REQUIRED**
ENTER Average Slope of Lot: 21.00%
Does the height of existing or proposed buildings exceed 25 feet? No
Is the site in the Hillside Design District? No
Does the project include 500 or more cu. yds. of grading outside the main building footprint? No
FLOOR AREA RATIO (FAR): 0.189
Lot Size Range: 4,000 - 9,999 sq.ft.
MAX FAR Calculation (in sq. ft.): 1,200 + (0.25 x lot size in sq.ft.)
100% MAX FAR: 0.455
85% of MAX FAR (in sq. ft.): 2,264
80% of MAX FAR (in sq. ft.): 2,131
* NOTE: Percentage total is rounded up.
ENTER Acreage to Convert to square footage: 1.00
Net Lot Area (in sq. ft.): 43560
H:\Group Folders\PLAN\Handouts\Offic ial Handouts\Design Review\FAR_Calculator.x lsx Revised May 26, 2020
Acreage Conversion Calculator
**NOTE: If your project is located on a site with multiple or overlay zones, please contact Planning Staff to confirm whether the FAR limitations are "Required" or "Guideline".
F.A.R. Calculator
The 1108 square foot proposed total is 42% of the MAX FAR.*
Instructions: Enter the information in the white boxes below. The spreadsheet will calculate the proposed FAR (floor area ratio), the 100% max FAR (per the Zoning Ordinance for "Required FAR"), and the 85% max FAR (per the Zoning Ordinance for "Required FAR"). Additionally it will determine whether a FAR Modification is required. "Guideline FAR" calculations are as outlined in the "Applicability" section of the Single Family Residence Design Guidelines, page 23-C.
The Net Lot Area does not include any Public Road Easements or Public Road Right-of-Way areas. The proposed TOTAL Net FAR Floor Area shall include the net floor area of all stories of all building, but may or may not include basement/cellar floor area. For further clarification on these definitions please refer to SBMC §28.15.083 & 30.300. This form has not yet been updated for current Title 30 zone designations, see SBMC §30.05.010 for comparison.
An FAR MOD is not required per SBMC §28.15 or §30.20.030
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EXISTING GARAGE FLOOR PLAN (demolition items shown dashed) Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"PROPOSED ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT FLOOR PLAN
ELECTRICAL PLAN LEGEND PLAN LEGEND
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1. attach flexible flashing sill strip with top edge level with rough sill, extend beyond edge of rough opening at least 8", secure all moistop (or eq) with galvanized nails or power-driven staples.
2. attach flexible flashing jamb strip with side edge even with rough jamb framing, start strip 1" below lower edge of sill strip and extend 4" above lower edge of header, secure moistop (or eq) with galvanized nails or power-driven staples.
3. install window and jamb flanges over a continuous bead of sealant on the moistop (or eq), install the window head flexible flashing on a continuous bead of sealant applied to the window head flange, secure all moistop (or eq) with galvanized nails or power-driven staples.
4. commencing at the bottom (sole plate) of the wall, lay weather resistive barrier under sill strip, install successive layers over window jamb and head flanges, with 4" lap at each horizontal overlap and 12" at each vertical overlap
header moistop or eq flexible flashing
stud wall framing
metal framed window
sealant behind flange at jambs and sill
sealant behind flashing at head
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D1 9’-0” 6’-8" alum. tri-fold safety glazing
D2 9’-0” 6’-8" alum. tri-pass safety glazing
D3 2’-10” 6’-8" 1 3/4 hollow core
D4 2’-0” 6’-8" 1 3/4 hollow core
D5 5’-0” 8’-0” 1 3/4 solid barn verify height, thick.
D6 4’-0” 6’-8" 1 3/4 bi-fold pair
D7 4’-0” 6’-8" 1 3/4 bi-fold pair
D8 2’-0” 6’-8" 1 3/4 hollow core pkt.
D9 2’-0” 6’-8" 1 3/4 hollow core pkt.
D10 3’-0” 6’-8” 1 3/4 single light french safety glazing
Door Notes: (refer to Sheet A-4)
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s smoke detector, hardwired w/ battery backup
bath exhaust fan w/ humidistat, 50 cfm minimum, 4" Ø duct to outside
recessed light fixture, dimmable
remote controlled ceiling fan
LED rope under-cabinet lighting
m CO detector, hardwired w/ battery backup
kitchen exhaust fan, 100 cfm minimum, 3 sone max, 4" Ø duct to outside
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WINDOW SCHEDULE: mark width height type remarks
W1 4’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement to match adjacent Bedroom
W2 4’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement to match adjacent Bedroom
W3 4’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement to match ADU Bedroom
W4 4’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement to match ADU Bedroom
W5 3’-0” 4’-0” alum. awning
W6 3’-0” 4’-0” alum. awning
W7 3’-0” 4’-0” alum. awning
W8 3’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement
W9 4’-0” 4’-0” alum. casement to match ADU Bedroom
W10 2’-6” 3’-6” alum. casement obscure
W11 2’-0” 1’-6” alum. awning safety glazing
W12 3’-0” 3’-6” alum. casement
Window Notes: (refer to Sheet A-4)
W1
Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" PRIMARY RESIDENCE FLOOR PLAN Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"PRIMARY RESIDENCE DEMOLITION PLAN
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Toto Aquia CT418FG wall-hung toilet, 21" deep
upgraded 200A elec. meter
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weather resistive barrier
sill plate
stud wall
note: • Install 2 layers Grade D paper between plywood sheathing and
exterior stucco lath. • All stucco shall be 3-coat 7/8" portland cement plaster with paper
backed lath with 16 gauge staples at 6" oc.
NAIL-ON WINDOW SILL Scale: 3" = 1'-0"
20104.02
caulk
gypsum wallboard
NAIL-ON WINDOW HEAD Scale: 3" = 1'-0"
20104.01
gypsum wallboard
SHARED WINDOW JAMB Scale: 3" = 1'-0"
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ELECTRICAL GENERAL NOTES: 1. Verify fixture layout and selection with owner. 2. Provide hardwired smoke detectors (SD) with a battery backup. (In
existing portions of building beyond are of alteration, smoke detectors may be battery operated.) Smoke detectors shall be located in rooms and corridors giving direct access to sleeping areas, on ceilings within each sleeping area, on each story of multistory dwellings, and in close proximity to stairs on upper level. Detectors shall sound an alarm audible in all sleeping areas of the dwelling.
3. Provide hardwired carbon monoxide detectors (CO) with a battery backup. (In existing portions of building beyond are of alteration, CO detectors may be battery operated.) CO detectors shall be located outside each separate dwelling unit sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each story of multistory dwellings. Detectors shall sound an alarm audible in all sleeping areas of the dwelling.
4. Remainder of electrical is existing to remain. 5. Verify fixture selections with owner. 6. Verify telephone, cable tv and internet access outlet locations with
owner. 7. All outlets in bathrooms and at kitchen counters shall be ground fault
circuit interruptor devices. 8. All branch circuits that supply 120-volt, single phase, 15 and 20 ampere
branch circuits supplying outlets or devices installed in dwelling unit kitchens, family rooms, dining rooms, living rooms, parlors, libraries, dens, bedrooms, sunrooms, recreation rooms, closets, hallways, laundry rooms or similar rooms or areas shall be protected by an arc-fault circuit interrupter(s).
9. All new outlets and outlets in new & remodeled areas of building shall be tamper resistant.
10. Bathroom receptacles shall be supplied by at least one 20-amp branch circuit. Such circuits shall have no other outlets.
11. Recessed lights at insulated ceilings shall be UL listed for direct contact with insulation.
12. Disconnect switch for separate building is required if more than two circuits are provided.
13. Wiring shall be copper, minimum size #12-awg. Use THHN in dry locations only and use THWN in wet locations.
14. Romex may be used in concealed locations only. All non-concealed wiring shall run through conduit.
15. Underground wiring shall run through PVC conduit, 3/4" schedule 40, min.
16. Bond water pipes and above ground metal gas pipes to the service ground, per CEC 250-104.
17. In addition to other branch circuit requirements, at least one 20-amp branch circuit shall be provided to supply bathroom receptacle outlets. Other equipment (lighting, exhaust fans, etc) within the same bathroom may be supplied by the same branch circuit where the branch circuit supplies a single bathroom only.
18. Clothes dryers and electric ranges shall have a 4-wire grounded electrical outlet.
19. Light fixtures in clothes closets shall be either surface mounted or recessed fixture with a completely enclosed incandescent or a florescent lamp. Provide 12" minimum clearance horizontally and vertically from combustible materials for the incandescent fixture and 6" minimum for the florescent fixture.
20. All bathroom exhaust fans shall be capable of providing 5 air changes per hour minimum, 50 cf. minimum, controlled by a humidistat and ducted to the outside. Refer also to Electrical Plan for additional requirements.
21. Kitchen exhaust hoods shall be 100 cfm minimum, 3 sone maximum, and ducted to the outside.
22. Except for closets less than 70 sf and hallways, all luminaries that are installed with JA8-certified light sources are required to be controlled by either dimmer or vacancy sensor.
23. All new interior lighting shall be certified high efficacy and controlled by switches that allow luminaire to be manually switched on and off. (Refer to note 29 below.)
24. In baths, garages, laundry and utility rooms, at least one luminaire shall be controlled by a vacancy sensor.
25. High efficacy luminaires other than outdoor HID lighting contain only high efficacy lamps as outlined in table 150-A of the residential energy code. All screw-based luminaires installed in residential spaces shall lamps have JA8-compliant lamps. Also note that ballast for lamps 13 watts or greater shall be electronic and have an output frequency of no less than 20 kHz.
26. Outdoor lighting permanently mounted to a single family dwelling or other buildings in the same lot shall be high efficacy and must be controlled by an on/off switch that does not override to ON as noted in the items listed below.  Also, the lighting must be by one of the following method: i)   Controlled by photocell and motion sensor. Controls that
override to ON shall not be allowed unless the override automatically reactivates the motion sensor within 6 hours, or
ii)   Controlled by any of the following: (1)   Photocell and automatic time switch control. Controls that
override to ON shall not be allowed unless the override automatically return the photocontrol and automatic time switch control to its normal operation within 6 hours, or
(2)   Astronomical time clock. Controls that override to ON shall not be allowed unless the override automatically return the astronomical clock its normal operation within 6 hours and which is programmed to automatically turn the outdoor lighting OFF during daylight hours, or
(3)   Energy management control system which meets all of the following requirements. At a minimum provides the functionality of an astronomical time clock in accordance with Section 110.9 of the standards; meets the Installation Certification requirements in Section 130.4 of the standards; meets the requirements for an EMCS in Section 130.5 of the standards; does not have an override or bypass switch that allows the luminaire to be always ON; and, is programmed to automatically turn the outdoor lighting OFF during daylight hours.
27. Branch circuits supplying garage receptacles shall not supply outlets outside of the garage.
28. Where branch-circuit wiring is modified, replaced or extended in areas specified in CEC 210.12(A), the branch circuit shall be protected by either a listed combination-type AFCI located at the origin of the branch circuit or a listed outlet branch-circuit type AFCI located at the first receptacle of the existing branch circuit.
29. The following lighting is high efficacy: pin-based linear fluorescent, pin- based compact fluorescent, pulse-start metal halide, high pressure sodium, GU-24 (other than LED’s), inseparable Solid State Luminaries (SSL’s) installed outdoors or inseparable SSL luminaries with colored light sources for decorative lighting purposes.
30. The following lamps and light sources are high efficacy if they are Joint Appendix JA-8 certified: LED luminaires with integral sources that are certified to the Energy Commission, screw-based LED lamps (A-lamps, PAR lamps, etc), pin-based LED lamps (MR-16, AR-111, etc) GU-24 based LED light sources and other luminaires.
31. Additional requirements for any recessed downlight in ceilings are as follows: 1) the shall not have screw based sockets, 2) they shall contain JA8-certified light sources, and 3) they shall meet performance requirements of CEC Section 150.(k)1C.
32. A listing of California certified fixtures is located on the CEC website at the following link: http://appliances.energy.ca.gov/advancedsearch.aspx.
33. Provide two or more 20-ampere small appliance branch circuits in
kitchen. 34. Provide a minimum of one 20-ampere branch circuit for laundry
receptacles 35.
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DBUILDING SECTION Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" PROPOSED NORTH EXTERIOR ELEVATION Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"E
221-HOUR WALL ASSEMBLY 1-HOUR FLOOR ASSEMBLY Scale: (none)Scale: (none)DOOR & WINDOW NOTES
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Fire and Sound Assembly - Wood-Framed Wall
Resilient channels 24” o.c. attached horizontally on one side of 2” x 4” wood studs 24” o.c. with 1-1/4” Type S drywall screws. One layer 5/8” (15.9 mm) ToughRock® Fireguard X™ or 5/8” (15.9 mm) DensArmor Plus® FireGuard® interior panels applied horizontally to channels with 1” Type S drywall screws 8” o.c. with vertical joints located mid way between studs. 3” mineral or glass fiber insulation in stud space. Opposite side: one layer 5/8” (15.9 mm) ToughRock® Fireguard X™ Products or 5/8” (15.9 mm) DensArmor Plus FireGuard interior panels applied horizontally or vertically to studs with 6d cement coated nails, 1 7/8” long, 0.0915” shank, 15/64” heads, 7” o.c. Vertical joints staggered 24” on opposite sides. Sound Tested with 3-1/2” (89 mm) fiberglass insulation
Hourly Rating: 1-hour
Fire Test Reference: UL U309, cUL U309, GA WP 3243
Sound Test Reference: RAL TL77-138
Approved for Assembly: DensArmor Plus® Fireguard C® Products DensArmor Plus® Fireguard® Products DensElement™ Barrier Sheathing DensGlass® Fireguard® Sheathing DensShield® Fireguard® Tile Backer ToughRock® Fireguard C® Products ToughRock® Fireguard X™ Mold-Guard™ Products ToughRock® Fireguard X™ Products ToughRock® Lite-Weight Fire-Rated Products
1. DensArmor Plus Fireguard: For certain proprietary ULC assemblies identified above, DensArmor Plus® Fireguard C® (Type DAPC) interior panels have not been approved by ULC for listing in such assemblies as of the date of this publication in lieu of DensArmor Plus® Fireguard® High-Performance (Type DAP) interior panels. Please check with ULC for current information.n.
2. Proprietary GA-600 Designs: Assemblies listed as proprietary in the GA-600 Fire Resistance Design Manual only list one product per manufacturer and may not include all products referenced in the illustrations above. Please consult the specified UL, cUL, ULC or other fire listing or test for a complete list of approved products.
3. ToughRock® Lite-Weight Fire-Rated: For ULC assemblies identified above, ToughRock® Lite-Weight Fire-Rated Gypsum Board (Type LWX) is not approved by ULC for listing in such assemblies as of the date of this publication. Please check with ULC for current information.
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Fire and Sound Assembly - Floor/Ceiling Wood-Framed
1/2” (12.7 mm) ToughRock Fireguard C or 1/2” (12.7 mm) DensArmor Plus Fireguard C gypsum board applied perpendicular to resilient channels 24” (610 mm) o.c. with 1” (25 mm) Type S drywall screws 12” (305 mm) o.c. Gypsum board end joints located midway between continuous channels and attached to additional pieces of channels 60” (1524 mm) long with screws 12” (305 mm) o.c. Resilient channels applied perpendicular to 2” x 10” wood joists 16” (406 mm) o.c. with 2” (51 mm) 6d coated nails. Wood joists supporting 1” (25.4 mm) nominal wood subfloor and 1” (25.4 mm) nominal wood finish floor, or 19/32” (15.1 mm) plywood finished floor with long edges T&G and 15/32” (11.9 mm) interior plywood with exterior glue subfloor perpendicular to joist with joints staggered.
Hourly Rating: 1-hour
STC Rating: 45-49 STC and 67 IIC w/C&P
Fire Test Reference: UL L502, ULC M501, cUL L502, GA FC 5250
Sound Test Reference: RAL TL64-155 & IIC - CK 6512-6
Approved for Assembly: ToughRock® Fireguard C® Products DensArmor Plus® Fireguard C® Products
1. DensArmor Plus Fireguard: For certain proprietary ULC assemblies identified above, DensArmor Plus® Fireguard C® (Type DAPC) interior panels have not been approved by ULC for listing in such assemblies as of the date of this publication in lieu of DensArmor Plus® Fireguard® High-Performance (Type DAP) interior panels. Please check with ULC for current information.n.
2. Proprietary GA-600 Designs: Assemblies listed as proprietary in the GA-600 Fire Resistance Design Manual only list one product per manufacturer and may not include all products referenced in the illustrations above. Please consult the specified UL, cUL, ULC or other fire listing or test for a complete list of approved products.
3. ToughRock® Lite-Weight Fire-Rated: For ULC assemblies identified above, ToughRock® Lite-Weight Fire-Rated Gypsum Board (Type LWX) is not approved by ULC for listing in such assemblies as of the date of this publication. Please check with ULC for current information.
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DOOR & WINDOW NOTES: 1. All glazing in hazardous locations shall be identified by a permanent
label identifying it as safety glazing. Safety glazing shall be installed in fixed and sliding panels of sliding door assemblies, in shower and tub enclosures, in shower and tub windows with sill height of 60" or less, in fixed or operable panels adjacent to a door where the nearest exposed edge of the glazing is within a 24" arc of either vertical edge of the door in a closed position, or where the bottom exposed edge of the glazing is less than 18" above the walking surface.
2. Unless noted otherwise, glazing shall be dual with U = .54 max, SHGC = .34 max. New skylights shall be dual glazed with U = .45 max, SHGC = .25 max. At owner’s option, north and south facing glazing shall be "Low E", west and east facing glazing shall be "Low E2". Verify tint with owner.
3. All glazing shall be installed with an NFRC certifying label attached, showing the U-value. These NFRC thermal performance labels shall remain on the windows until final inspection.
4. Minimum height of sills at second floor windows shall be 36" unless guardrail is provided.
5. All egress windows shall conform to CRC R310.2 and shall have net clear openable area of 5.7 square feet. The net minimum clear openable height dimension shall be 24 inches. The net minimum clear openable width dimension shall be 20 inches. Finished sill height shall be not more than 44 inches. Window dimensions shown on schedule shall be coordinated with the particular manufacturer’s sizes to assure conformance.
6. All windows shall have clear anodized aluminum frames (to match future window replacement for primary residence).
7. At exterior doors, provide 36" deep minimum landing. At out-swinging
exterior doors, this landing shall be within 1" of finished floor elevation. 8. All skylights shall be by Velux, installed per IAMPO ER199, unless noted
on plans.
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