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Decision Tree

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Rebecca Stewart

on 8 July 2013

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Transcript of Decision Tree

Decision Trees
Carbon Monoxide
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Greater than 300 ppm
Greater than 300 ppm
Greater than 100 ppm
Greater than 100 ppm
Less than 100 ppm
Less than 100 ppm
Between 100 and 300 ppm
Less than 100 ppm
Between 100 and 300 ppm
Less than 100 ppm
Yes
No
Radon
More info
Continue
More info: High Risk Radon Zones
More info: How to Test for Radon
Yes
Yes
More info: Cover Exposed Dirt
More info: Seal Open Sump Pumps
More info: Seal Cracks and Holes
More info: Install Drain Fittings
No
No
More info
Yes
No
Unvented Space Heater
Yes
Yes
No
More info
Yes
No
No
Asbestos
More info
Yes
More info: Possible ACM Siding
Yes
Yes
More info
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Lead-Based Paint
Built Before 1978
Built After 1978
Yes
Yes
More info
Assume
More info
No
Test
More info: Who Can Test
More info: How to Test
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
More info
No
Yes
No
More than two sq ft interior
Less than two sq ft interior
Less than 20 sq ft
More than 20 sq ft
Ventilation
More info
Proceed
Yes
More info
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Pests
Yes
No
More info
Yes
More info
No
No
More info
Yes
Mold & Moisture
More info
Yes
More info
Yes
More info
Proceed
No
More info
No
Yes
More info
No
Yes
No
More info
No
Yes
Make sure this is lined up with the 2013 version of 62.2
Add Link to the SWS
I'm not entirely familar with RRP vs LSW, but this tutorial defaults to RRP. Let's just make sure that is correct. My understanding was that LSW was somewhat more specific to WAP.
This is a bit unclear. You can remove it, but not cut it? How would you remove it? Does this mean that WAP will pay to reside the entire house or just that you can surgically remove the piece of siding behind which you want to drill for dense packing?
Seems like this one should go on the slide above.
Might need a separate slide for the attached garage, no combustion appliances scenario. The only time you would get a reading in that case is if a car was recently running in the garage or if there is a grill being used. Both of those would be addressed by the required air-sealing between the house and the garage.
Name the appropriate BPI reference
This should always required, for every home, regardless of CO reading
Seems like these ought to be reversed or the one on the right needs to be expanded or clarified. I'm not sure what the point is.
I think that you might consider adding a CO detector even in this scenario. Especially if there is a fireplace. My understanding is that the majority of CO related deaths come about from dummies grilling the the house
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