Without knowing where you are, how are we going to be able to answer your question?Hello,
I am going to be doing some work for a client in a new townhome development. The builder will not allow me to do a prewire as they have an exclusive installer, so I'll be going in after the fact..anywho,
My question pertains to green fiber and more specifically, the "blue board" that is placed between the units... We noticed that my clients home, which is an end unit, did not receive this blue board between his and the next unit over. That next unit and the units following it did receive the board, up until the other end unit, which did not receive it.. Note* all units are receiving the spray in greenfiber setup.
Im sure this is a code situation, I guess not requiring the blue board, but does anyone have any idea why? All the interior homes on this row received the board, only the end units did not..
Was just curious and wanted to make sure my client gets any potential issues resolved before drywall and my wiring goes in..
thanks in advance
another thing is, why do you think this is something that should concern you as a security installer?
The units should have been inspected by the building department, if you want to be a building inspector or a builder, apply for the job instead of trying to MMQ the job.
BTW on jobs like this the drywall in the attic is a firewall and many times it goes up as the trusses are being installed so it gets exposed to the weather, that could be why the blue board or purple board was used, as it can take a certain amount of water and not get damaged like type x will, the end units may have been able to be sheated quicker or have the type x installed when no water was going to get on it.