Chapter 4101:8-7 Wall Covering

4101:8-7-01 Wall covering.

[Comment: When a reference is made within this rule to a federal statutory provision, an industry consensus standard, or any other technical publication, the specific date and title of the publication as well as the name and address of the promulgating agency are listed in rule 4101:8-44-01 of the Administrative Code. The application of the referenced standards shall be limited and as prescribed in section 102.5 of rule 4101:8-1-01 of the Administrative Code.]

SECTION 701

GENERAL

701.1 Application. The provisions of this chapter shall control the design and construction of the interior and exterior wall covering for all buildings.

701.2 Installation. Products sensitive to adverse weather shall not be installed until adequate weather protection for the installation is provided. Exterior sheathing shall be dry before applying exterior cover.

SECTION 702

INTERIOR COVERING

702.1 General. Interior coverings or wall finishes shall be installed in accordance with this chapter and Table 702.1(1), Table 702.1(2), Table 702.1(3) and Table 702.3.5. Interior masonry veneer shall comply with the requirements of Section 703.7.1 for support and Section 703.7.4 for anchorage, except an air space is not required. Interior finishes and materials shall conform to the flame spread and smoke-development requirements of Section 302.9.

TABLE 702.1(1)

THICKNESS OF PLASTER

PLASTER BASE FINISHED THICKNESS OF PLASTER FROM FACE OF LATH, MASONRY, CONCRETE (inches)
Gypsum Plaster Cement Plaster
Expanded metal lath 5/8, minimuma 5/8, minimuma
Wire lath 5/8, minimuma 3/4, minimum (interior)b 7/8, minimum (exterior) b
Gypsum lathg 1/2, minimum 3/4, minimum (interior) b
Masonry wallsc 1/2, minimum 1/2, minimum
Monolithic concrete wallsc, d 5/8, maximum 7/8, maximum
Monolithic concrete ceilingsc, d 3/8, maximume 1/2, maximum
Gypsum veneer basef, g 1/16, minimum 3/4, minimum (interior) b
Gypsum sheathingg - 3/4, minimum (interior) b 7/8, minimum (exterior) b

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm.

a. When measured from back plane of expanded metal lath, exclusive of ribs, or self-furring lath, plaster thickness shall be 3/4 inch minimum.

b. When measured from face of support or backing.

c. Because masonry and concrete surfaces may vary in plane, thickness of plaster need not be uniform.

d. When applied over a liquid bonding agent, finish coat may be applied directly to concrete surface.

e. Approved acoustical plaster may be applied directly to concrete or over base coat plaster, beyond the maximum plaster thickness shown.

f. Attachment shall be in accordance with Table 702.3.5.

g. Where gypsum board is used as a base for cement plaster, a water-resistive barrier complying with Section 703.2 shall be provided.

TABLE 702.1(2)

GYPSUM PLASTER PROPORTIONSa

NUMBER COAT PLASTER BASE OR LATH MAXIMUM VOLUME AGGREGATE PER 100 POUNDS NEAT PLASTERb (cubic feet)
Damp Loose Sanda Perlite or Vermiculitec
Two-coat work Base coat Gypsum lath 2.5 2
Base coat Masonry 3 3
Three-coat work First coat Lath 2d 2
Second coat Lath 3d 2e
First and second coats Masonry 3 3

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 cubic foot = 0.0283 m3, 1 pound = 0.454 kg.

a. Wood-fibered gypsum plaster may be mixed in the proportions of 100 pounds of gypsum to not more than 1 cubic foot of sand where applied on masonry or concrete.

b. When determining the amount of aggregate in set plaster, a tolerance of 10 percent shall be allowed.

c. Combinations of sand and lightweight aggregate may be used, provided the volume and weight relationship of the combined aggregate to gypsum plaster is maintained.

d. If used for both first and second coats, the volume of aggregate may be 2.5 cubic feet.

e. Where plaster is 1 inch or more in total thickness, the proportions for the second coat may be increased to 3 cubic feet.

TABLE 702.1(3)

CEMENT PLASTER PROPORTIONS, PARTS BY VOLUME

CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
COAT CEMENTPLASTERTYPE Portland CementType I, II or III orBlended CementType IP, I (PM), ISor I (SM) Plastic Cement MasonryCementType M, S or N Lime VOLUME OF AGGREGATE PERSUM OF SEPARATE VOLUMESOF CEMENTITIOUSMATERIALSb
First Portland or blended 1     3/4 - 11/2a 21/2 - 4
Masonry       1 21/2 - 4
Plastic   1     21/2 - 4
Second Portland or blended 1     3/4 - 11/2 3 - 5
Masonry     1   3 - 5
Plastic   1     3 - 5
Finish Portland or blended 1     3/4 - 2 11/2 - 3
Masonry     1   11/2 - 3
Plastic   1     11/2 - 3

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 pound = 0.545 kg.

a. Lime by volume of 0 to 3/4 shall be used when the plaster will be placed over low-absorption surfaces such as dense clay tile or brick.

b. The same or greater sand proportion shall be used in the second coat than used in the first coat.

TABLE 702.3.5

MINIMUM THICKNESS AND APPLICATION OF GYPSUM BOARD

THICKNESSOF GYPSUMBOARD(inches) APPLICATION ORIENTATIONOF GYPSUMBOARD TOFRAMING MAXIMUMSPACING OFFRAMING(inches o.c.) MAXIMUMSPACING OFFASTENERS(inches) SIZE OF NAILS FOR APPLICATION TO WOOD FRAMINGc
Nailsa Screwsb
Application without adhesive
3/8 Ceilingd Perpendicular 16 7 12 13 gage, 11/4" long, 19/64" head; 0.098 " diameter, 11/4" long, annular-ringed; or 4d cooler nail, 0.080 " diameter, 1 3/8" long, 7/32" head.
Wall Either direction 16 8 16
1/2 Ceiling Either direction 16 7 12 13 gage, 1 3/8" long, 19/64" head; 0.098 " diameter, 11/4" long, annularringed; 5d cooler nail, 0.086 " diameter, 1 5/8" long, 15/64" head; or gypsum board nail, 0.086 " diameter, 1 5/8" long, 9/32" head.
Ceilingd Perpendicular 24 7 12
Wall Either direction 24 8 12
Wall Either direction 16 8 16
5/8 Ceiling Either direction 16 7 12 13 gage, 1 5/8" long, 19/64" head; 0.098 " diameter, 1 3/8" long, annular-ringed; 6d cooler nail, 0.092 " diameter, 17/8" long, 1/4" head; or gypsum board nail, 0.0915 " diameter, 1 7/8" long, 19/64" head.
Ceilinge Perpendicular 24 7 12
Wall Either direction 24 8 12
Wall Either direction 16 8 16
Application with adhesive
3/8 Ceilingd Perpendicular 16 16 16 Same as above for 3/8" gypsum board
Wall Either direction 16 16 24
1/2 or 5/8 Ceiling Either direction 16 16 16 Same as above for 1/2" and 5/8" gypsum board, respectively
Ceilingd Perpendicular 24 12 16
Wall Either direction 24 16 24
Two 3/8 layers Ceiling Perpendicular 16 16 16 Base ply nailed as above for 1/2" gypsum board; face ply installed with adhesive
Wall Either direction 24 24 24

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm.

a. For application without adhesive, a pair of nails spaced not less than 2 inches apart or more than 21/2 inches apart may be used with the pair of nails spaced 12 inches on center.

b. Screws shall be in accordance with Section 702.3.6. Screws for attaching gypsum board to structural insulated panels shall penetrate the wood structural panel facing not less than 7/16 inch.

c. Where cold-formed steel framing is used with a clinching design to receive nails by two edges of metal, the nails shall be not less than 5/8 inch longer than the gypsum board thickness and shall have ringed shanks. Where the cold-formed steel framing has a nailing groove formed to receive the nails, the nails shall have barbed shanks or be 5d, 131/2 gage, 1 5/8 inches long, 15/64-inch head for 1/2-inch gypsum board; and 6d, 13 gage, 1 7/8 inches long, 15/64-inch head for 5/8-inch gypsum board.

d. Three-eighths-inch-thick single-ply gypsum board shall not be used on a ceiling where a water-based textured finish is to be applied, or where it will be required to support insulation above a ceiling. On ceiling applications to receive a water-based texture material, either hand or spray applied, the gypsum board shall be applied perpendicular to framing. When applying a water-based texture material, the minimum gypsum board thickness shall be increased from 3/8 inch to 1/2 inch for 16-inch on center framing, and from 1/2 inch to 5/8 inch for 24-inch on center framing or 1/2-inch sag-resistant gypsum ceiling board shall be used.

e. Type X gypsum board for garage ceilings beneath habitable rooms shall be installed perpendicular to the ceiling framing and shall be fastened at maximum 6 inches o.c. by minimum 1 7/8 inches 6d coated nails or equivalent drywall screws.

702.2 Interior plaster.

702.2.1 Gypsum plaster. Gypsum plaster materials shall conform toASTMC5, C 28, C35, C37, C 59, C61, C587, C 588, C 631, C 847, C 933, C 1032 and C 1047, and shall be installed or applied in conformance with ASTM C 843 and C 844. Plaster shall not be less than three coats when applied over metal lath and not less than two coats when applied over other bases permitted by this section, except that veneer plaster may be applied in one coat not to exceed 3/16 inch ( 4.76 mm) thickness, provided the total thickness is in accordance with Table 702.1(1).

702.2.2 Cement plaster. Cement plaster materials shall conform to ASTM C 37, C 91 (Type M, S or N), C 150 (Type I, II and III), C 588, C 595 [Type IP, I (PM), IS and I (SM), C 847, C 897, C 926, C 933, C 1032, C 1047 and C 1328, and shall be installed or applied in conformance with ASTM C 1063. Plaster shall not be less than three coats when applied over metal lath and not less than two coats when applied over other bases permitted by this section, except that veneer plaster may be applied in one coat not to exceed 3/16 inch ( 4.76 mm) thickness, provided the total thickness is in accordance with Table 702.1(1).

702.2.2.1 Application. Each coat shall be kept in a moist condition for at least 24 hours prior to application of the next coat.

Exception: Applications installed in accordance with ASTM C 926.

702.2.2.2 Curing. The finish coat for two-coat cement plaster shall not be applied sooner than 48 hours after application of the first coat. For three coat cement plaster the second coat shall not be applied sooner than 24 hours after application of the first coat. The finish coat for three-coat cement plaster shall not be applied sooner than 48 hours after application of the second coat.

702.2.3 Support. Support spacing for gypsum or metal lath on walls or ceilings shall not exceed 16 inches (406 mm) for 3/8 inch thick ( 9.5 mm) or 24 inches (610 mm) for 1/2-inch-thick ( 12.7 mm) plain gypsum lath. Gypsum lath shall be installed at right angles to support framing with end joints in adjacent courses staggered by at least one framing space.

702.3 Gypsum board.

702.3.1 Materials. All gypsum board materials and accessories shall conform to ASTM C 36, C 79, C 475, C 514, C 630, C 931, C 960, C 1002, C 1047, C 1177, C 1178, C 1278, C 1395, C 1396 or C 1658 and shall be installed in accordance with the provisions of this section. Adhesives for the installation of gypsum board shall conform to ASTM C 557.

702.3.2 Wood framing. Wood framing supporting gypsum board shall not be less than 2 inches (51 mm) nominal thickness in the least dimension except that wood furring strips not less than 1-inch-by-2 inch (25 mm by 51 mm) nominal dimension may be used over solid backing or framing spaced not more than 24 inches (610 mm) on center.

702.3.3 Cold-formed steel framing. Cold-formed steel framing supporting gypsum board shall not be less than 11/4 inches (32 mm) wide in the least dimension. Nonload-bearing cold-formed steel framing shall comply with ASTM C 645. Load-bearing cold-formed steel framing and all cold-formed steel framing from 0.033 inch to 0.112 inch (1 mm to 3 mm) thick shall comply with ASTM C 955.

702.3.4 Insulating concrete form walls. Foam plastics for insulating concrete form walls constructed in accordance with Sections 404.1.2 and 611 on the interior of habitable spaces shall be protected in accordance with Section 316.4. Use of adhesives in conjunction with mechanical fasteners is permitted. Adhesives used for interior and exterior finishes shall be compatible with the insulating form materials.

702.3.5 Application. Maximum spacing of supports and the size and spacing of fasteners used to attach gypsum board shall comply with Table 702.3.5. Gypsum sheathing shall be attached to exterior walls in accordance with Table 602.3(1). Gypsum board shall be applied at right angles or parallel to framing members. All edges and ends of gypsum board shall occur on the framing members, except those edges and ends that are perpendicular to the framing members. Interior gypsum board shall not be installed where it is directly exposed to the weather or to water.

702.3.6 Fastening. Screws for attaching gypsum board to wood framing shall be Type W or Type S in accordance with ASTM C 1002 and shall penetrate the wood not less than 5/8 inch (16 mm). Gypsum board shall be attached to cold-formed steel framing with minimum No. 6 screws. Screws for attaching gypsum board to cold-formed steel framing less than 0.033 inch (1 mm) thick shall be Type S in accordance with ASTM C 1002 or bugle head style in accordance with ASTM C1513 and shall penetrate the steel not less than 3/8 inch ( 9.5 mm). Screws for attaching gypsum board to cold-formed steel framing 0.033 inch to 0.112 inch (1 mm to 3 mm) thick shall be in accordance with ASTM C 954 or bugle head style in accordance with ASTM C1513. Screws for attaching gypsum board to structural insulated panels shall penetrate the wood structural panel facing not less than 7/16 inch (11 mm).

702.3.7 Horizontal gypsum board diaphragm ceilings. Use of gypsum board shall be permitted on wood joists to create a horizontal diaphragm in accordance with Table 702.3.7. Gypsum board shall be installed perpendicular to ceiling framing members. End joints of adjacent courses of board shall not occur on the same joist. The maximum allowable diaphragm proportions shall be 11/2:1 between shear resisting elements. Rotation or cantilever conditions shall not be permitted. Gypsum board shall not be used in diaphragm ceilings to resist lateral forces imposed by masonry or concrete construction. All perimeter edges shall be blocked using wood members not less than 2-inch (51 mm) by 6-inch (152 mm) nominal dimension. Blocking material shall be installed flat over the top plate of the wall to provide a nailing surface not less than 2 inches (51 mm) in width for the attachment of the gypsum board.

TABLE 702.3.7

SHEAR CAPACITY FOR HORIZONTAL WOOD-FRAMED GYPSUM BOARD DIAPHRAGM CEILING ASSEMBLIES

MATERIAL THICKNESS OF MATERIAL (min.) (in.) SPACING OF FRAMING MEMBERS (max.) (in.) SHEAR VALUEa, b (plf of ceiling) MINIMUM FASTENER SIZEc, d
Gypsum board 1/2 16 o.c. 90 5d cooler or wallboard nail; 1 5/8-inch long; 0.086 - inch shank; 15/64-inch head
Gypsum board 1/2 24 o.c. 70 5d cooler or wallboard nail; 1 5/8-inch long; 0.086 -inch shank; 15/64-inch head

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 pound per linear foot = 1.488 kg/m.

a. Values are not cumulative with other horizontal diaphragm values and are for short-term loading caused by wind or seismic loading. Values shall be reduced 25 percent for normal loading.

b. Values shall be reduced 50 percent in Seismic Design Categories D0, D1, D2 and E.

c. 11/4", #6 Type S or W screws may be substituted for the listed nails.

d. Fasteners shall be spaced not more than 7 inches on center at all supports, including perimeter blocking, and not l than 3/8 inch from the edges and ends of the gypsum board.

702.3.8 Water-resistant gypsum backing board. Gypsum board used as the base or backer for adhesive application of ceramic tile or other required nonabsorbent finish material shall conform to ASTM C 1396, C 1178 or C1278. Use of water-resistant gypsum backing board shall be permitted on ceilings where framing spacing does not exceed 12 inches (305 mm) on center for 1/2 inch-thick ( 12.7 mm) or 16 inches (406 mm) for 5/8-inch-thick (16 mm) gypsum board. Water-resistant gypsum board shall not be installed over a Class I or II vapor retarder in a shower or tub compartment. Cut or exposed edges, including those at wall intersections, shall be sealed as recommended by the manufacturer.

702.3.8.1 Limitations. Water resistant gypsum backing board shall not be used where there will be direct exposure to water, or in areas subject to continuous high humidity.

702.4 Ceramic tile.

702.4.1 General. Ceramic tile surfaces shall be installed in accordance with ANSI A 108.1, A 108.4, A 108.5, A 108.6, A 108.11, A 118.1, A 118.3, A 136.1 and A 137.1.

702.4.2 Fiber-cement, fiber-mat reinforced cement, glass mat gypsum backers and fiber-reinforced gypsum backers. Fiber-cement, fiber-mat reinforced cement, glass mat gypsum backers or fiber-reinforced gypsum backers in compliance with ASTM C 1288, C 1325, C 1178 or C 1278, respectively, and installed in accordance with manufacturers' recommendations shall be used as backers for wall tile in tub and shower areas and wall panels in shower areas.

702.5 Other finishes. Wood veneer paneling and hardboard paneling shall be placed on wood or cold-formed steel framing spaced not more than 16 inches (406 mm) on center. Wood veneer and hard board paneling less than 1/4 inch (6 mm) nominal thickness shall not have less than a 3/8-inch (10 mm) gypsum board backer. Wood veneer paneling not less than 1/4 inch (6 mm) nominal thickness shall conform to ANSI/ HPVA HP-1. Hardboard paneling shall conform to CPA/ANSI A 135.5.

702.6 Wood shakes and shingles. Wood shakes and shingles shall conform to CSSB Grading Rules for Wood Shakes and Shingles and shall be permitted to be installed directly to the studs with maximum 24 inches (610 mm) on-center spacing.

702.6.1 Attachment. Nails, staples or glue are permitted for attaching shakes or shingles to the wall, and attachment of the shakes or shingles directly to the surface shall be permitted provided the fasteners are appropriate for the type of wall surface material. When nails or staples are used, two fasteners shall be provided and shall be placed so that they are covered by the course above.

702.6.2 Furring strips. Where furring strips are used, they shall be 1 inch by 2 inches or 1 inch by 3 inches (25 mm by 51 mm or 25 mm by 76 mm), spaced a distance on center equal to the desired exposure, and shall be attached to the wall by nailing through other wall material into the studs.

SECTION 703

EXTERIOR COVERING

703.1 General. Exterior walls shall provide the building with a weather-resistant exterior wall envelope. The exterior wall envelope shall include flashing as described in Section 703.8.

703.1.1 Water resistance. The exterior wall envelope shall be designed and constructed in a manner that prevents the accumulation of water within the wall assembly by providing a water-resistant barrier behind the exterior veneer as required by Section 703.2 and a means of draining to the exterior water that enters the assembly. Protection against condensation in the exterior wall assembly shall be provided in accordance with Section 601.3 of this code.

Exceptions:

1. A weather-resistant exterior wall envelope shall not be required over concrete or masonry walls designed in accordance with Chapter 6 and flashed according to Section 703.7 or 703.8.

2. Compliance with the requirements for a means of drainage, and the requirements of Section 703.2 and Section 703.8, shall not be required for an exterior wall envelope that has been demonstrated to resist wind-driven rain through testing of the exterior wall envelope, including joints, penetrations and intersections with dissimilar materials, in accordance with ASTM E 331 under the following conditions:

2.1. Exterior wall envelope test assemblies shall include at least one opening, one control joint, one wall/eave interface and one wall sill. All tested openings and penetrations shall be representative of the intended end-use configuration.

2.2. Exterior wall envelope test assemblies shall be at least 4 feet (1219 mm) by 8 feet (2438 mm) in size.

2.3. Exterior wall assemblies shall be tested at a minimum differential pressure of 6.24 pounds per square foot (299 Pa).

2.4. Exterior wall envelope assemblies shall be subjected to the minimum test exposure for a minimum of 2 hours.

The exterior wall envelope design shall be considered to resist wind-driven rain where the results of testing indicate that water did not penetrate control joints in the exterior wall envelope, joints at the perimeter of openings penetration or intersections of terminations with dissimilar materials.

703.1.2 Wind resistance. Wall coverings, backing materials and their attachments shall be capable of resisting wind loads in accordance with Tables 301.2(2) and 301.2(3). Wind-pressure resistance of the siding and backing materials shall be determined by ASTM E 330 or other applicable standard test methods. Where wind-pressure resistance is determined by design analysis, data from approved design standards and analysis conforming to generally accepted engineering practice shall be used to evaluate the siding and backing material and its fastening. All applicable failure modes including bending rupture of siding, fastener withdrawal and fastener head pull-through shall be considered in the testing or design analysis. Where the wall covering and the backing material resist wind load as an assembly, use of the design capacity of the assembly shall be permitted.

703.2 Water-resistive barrier. One layer of No. 15 asphalt felt, free from holes and breaks, complying with ASTM D 226 for Type 1 felt or other approved water-resistive barrier shall be applied over studs or sheathing of all exterior walls. Such felt or material shall be applied horizontally, with the upper layer lapped over the lower layer not less than 2 inches (51 mm). Where joints occur, felt shall be lapped not less than 6 inches (152 mm). The felt or other approved material shall be continuous to the top of walls and terminated at penetrations and building appendages in a manner to meet the requirements of the exterior wall envelope as described in Section 703.1.

Exception: Omission of the water-resistive barrier is permitted in the following situations:

1. In detached accessory buildings.

2. Under exterior wall finish materials as permitted in Table 703.4.

3. Under paperbacked stucco lath when the paper backing is an approved water-resistive barrier.

703.3 Wood, hardboard and wood structural panel siding.

703.3.1 Panel siding. Joints in wood, hardboard or wood structural panel siding shall be made as follows unless otherwise approved. Vertical joints in panel siding shall occur over framing members, unless wood or wood structural panel sheathing is used, and shall be shiplapped or covered with a batten. Horizontal joints in panel siding shall be lapped a minimum of 1 inch (25 mm) or shall be shiplapped or shall be flashed with Z-flashing and occur over solid blocking, wood or wood structural panel sheathing.

703.3.2 Horizontal siding. Horizontal lap siding shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. Where there are no recommendations the siding shall be lapped a minimum of 1 inch (25 mm), or 1/2 inch (13 mm) if rabbeted, and shall have the ends caulked, covered with a batten or sealed and installed over a strip of flashing.

703.4 Attachments. Unless specified otherwise, all wall coverings shall be securely fastened in accordance with Table 703.4 or with other approved aluminum, stainless steel, zinc-coated or other approved corrosion-resistive fasteners. Where the basic wind speed per Figure 301.2(4) is 110 miles per hour (49 m/s) or higher, the attachment of wall coverings shall be designed to resist the component and cladding loads specified in Table 301.2(2), adjusted for height and exposure in accordance with Table 301.2(3).

703.5 Wood shakes and shingles. Wood shakes and shingles shall conform to CSSB Grading Rules for Wood Shakes and Shingles.

703.5.1 Application. Wood shakes or shingles shall be applied either single-course or double-course over nominal 1/2 inch (13 mm) wood-based sheathing or to furring strips over 1/2 inch (13 mm) nominal nonwood sheathing . A permeable water-resistive barrier shall be provided over all sheathing, with horizontal overlaps in the membrane of not less than 2 inches (51mm) and vertical overlaps of not less than 6 inches (152 mm). Where furring strips are used, they shall be 1 inch by 3 inches or 1 inch by 4 inches (25 mm by 76 mm or 25 mm by 102 mm) and shall be fastened horizontally to the studs with 7d or 8d box nails and shall be spaced a distance on center equal to the actual weather exposure of the shakes or shingles, not to exceed the maximum exposure specified in Table 703.5.2. The spacing between adjacent shingles to allow for expansion shall not exceed 1/4 inch (6 mm), and between adjacent shakes, it shall not exceed 1/2 inch (13 mm). The offset spacing between joints in adjacent courses shall be a minimum of 11/2 inches (38 mm).

TABLE 703.4

WEATHER-RESISTANT SIDING ATTACHMENT AND MINIMUM THICKNESS

WATER
SIDING MATERIAL NOMINAL THICKNESSa (inches) JOINT TREAT MENT RESISTIVE BARRIER REQUIRED TYPE OF SUPPORTS FOR THE SIDING MATERIAL AND FASTENERSb, c, d
Wood or wood structural panel sheathing Fiberboard sheathing into stud Gypsum sheathing into stud Foam plastic sheathing into stud Direct to studs Number or spacing of fasteners
Without 0.019 f Lap Yes 0.120 nail 11/2" long 0.120 nail 2"long 0.120 nail 2"long 0.120 naily Not allowed   
Horizontal aluminume insulation 0.024 Lap Yes 0.120 nail 11/2"long 0.120 nail 2"long 0.120 nail 2"long 0.120 naily Not allowed Same as stud spacing
With insulation 0.019 Lap Yes 0.120 nail 11/2"long 0.120 nail 21/2"long 0.120 nail 21/2"long 0.120 naily 0.120 nail 11/2"long   
Anchored veneer: brick, concrete, masonry or stone 2 Section 703 Yes See Section 703 and Figure 703.7g
Adhered veneer: concrete, stone or masonryw - Section 703 Yes Note w See Section 703.6.1g or in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Hardboardk Panel siding-vertical 7/16 - Yes Note m Note m Note m Note m Note m 6"panel edges 12"inter. sup.n
Hardboardk Lapsiding-horizontal 7/16 Note p Yes Note o Note o Note o Note o Note o Same as stud spacing 2 per bearing
Steelh 29 ga. Lap Yes 0.113 nail 13/4"Staple-13/4" 0.113 nail 23/4" Staple-21/2" 0.113 nail 21/2" Staple-21/4" 0.113 nailv Staplev Not allowed Same as stud spacing
Particleboard panels 3/8 - 1/2 - Yes 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 ") 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 ") 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 ") box nailv 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 "), 3/8 not allowed 6"panel edge, 12"inter. sup.
5/8 - Yes 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 ") 8d box nail (2 1/2"x 0.113 ") 8d box nail (21/2"x 0.113 ") box nailv 6d box nail (2"x 0.099 ")  
Wood structural panel sidingi (exterior grade) 3/8 - 1/2 Note p Yes 0.099 nail-2" 0.113 nail-21/2" 0.113 nail-21/2" 0.113 nailv 0.099 nail-2" 6"panel edges, 12"inter. sup.
Wood structural panel lapsiding 3/8 - 1/2 Note p Note x Yes 0.099 nail-2" 0.113 nail-21/2" 0.113 nail-21/2" 0.113 nailx 0.099 nail-2" 8"along bottom edge
Vinyl sidingl 0.035 Lap Yes 0.120 nail (shank) with a 0.313 head or 16 gauge staple with 3/8 to 1/2-inch crowny, z 0.120 nail (shank) with a 0.313 head or 16 gage staple with 3/8 to 1/2-inch crowny 0.120 nail (shank) with a 0.313 head or 16 gage staple with 3/8 to 1/2-inch crowny 0.120 nail (shank) with a 0.313 head per Section 703.11.2 Not allowed 16 inches on center or specified by the manufacturer instructions or test report
Woodj rustic, drop 3/8 Min Lap Yes Fastener penetration into stud-1" 0.113 nail-21/2" Staple-2" Face nailing up to 6"widths, 1 nail per bearing; 8"widths and over, 2 nails per bearing
Shiplap 19/32 Average Lap Yes
Bevel 7/16    
Butt tip 3/16 Lap Yes
Fiber cement panel sidingq 5/16 Note q Yes Note u 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion resistant (12"x 0.113 ") nailr, v 4d common corrosion resistant nailr 6"o.c. on edges, 12"o.c. on intermed. studs
Fiber cement lap sidings 5/16 Note s Yes Note u 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion-resistant nailr 6d common corrosion-resistant (12"x 0.113 ") nailr, v 6d common corrosion-resistant nail or 11 gage roofing nailr Note t

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm.

a. Based on stud spacing of 16 inches on center where studs are spaced 24 inches, siding shall be applied to sheathing approved for that spacing.

b. Nail is a general description and shall be T-head, modified round head, or round head with smooth or deformed shanks.

c. Staples shall have a minimum crown width of 5/16-inch outside diameter and be manufactured of minimum 16 gage wire.

d. Nails or staples shall be aluminum, galvanized, or rust-preventative coated and shall be driven into the studs for fiberboard or gypsum backing.

e. Aluminum nails shall be used to attach aluminum siding.

f. Aluminum ( 0.019 inch) shall be unbacked only when the maximum panel width is 10 inches and the maximum flat area is 8 inches. The tolerance for aluminum siding shall be + 0.002 inch of the nominal dimension.

g. All attachments shall be coated with a corrosion-resistant coating.

h. Shall be of approved type.

i. Three-eighths-inch plywood shall not be applied directly to studs spaced more than 16 inches on center when long dimension is parallel to studs. Plywood 1/2-inch or thinner shall not be applied directly to studs spaced more than 24 inches on center. The stud spacing shall not exceed the panel span rating provided by the manufacturer unless the panels are installed with the face grain perpendicular to the studs or over sheathing approved for that stud spacing.

j. Wood board sidings applied vertically shall be nailed to horizontal nailing strips or blocking set 24 inches on center. Nails shall penetrate 11/2 inches into studs, studs and wood sheathing combined or blocking.

k. Hardboard siding shall comply with CPA/ANSI A 135.6.

l. Vinyl siding shall comply with ASTM D 3679.

m. Minimum shank diameter of 0.092 inch, minimum head diameter of 0.225 inch, and nail length must accommodate sheathing and penetrate framing 11/2 inches.

n. When used to resist shear forces, the spacing must be 4 inches at panel edges and 8 inches on interior supports.

o. Minimum shank diameter of 0.099 inch, minimum head diameter of 0.240 inch, and nail length must accommodate sheathing and penetrate framing 11/2 inches.

p. Vertical end joints shall occur at studs and shall be covered with a joint cover or shall be caulked.

q. See Section 703.10.1.

r. Fasteners shall comply with the nominal dimensions in ASTM F 1667.

s. See Section 703.10.2.

t. Face nailing: one 6d common nail through the overlapping planks at each stud. Concealed nailing: one 11 gage 11/2 inch long galv. roofing nail through the top edge of each plank at each stud.

u. See Section 703.2 exceptions.

v. Minimum nail length must accommodate sheathing and penetrate framing 11/2 inches.

w. Adhered masonry veneer shall comply with the requirements of Section 703.6.3 and shall comply with the requirements in Sections 6.1 and 6.3 of TMS 402/ACI 530/ASCE 5.

x. Vertical joints, if staggered shall be permitted to be away from studs if applied over wood structural panel sheathing.

y. Minimum fastener length must accommodate sheathing and penetrate framing .75 inches or in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

z. Where approved by the manufacturer's instructions or test report siding shall be permitted to be installed with fasteners penetrating not less than .75 inches through wood or wood structural sheathing with or without penetration into the framing.

703.5.2 Weather exposure. The maximum weather exposure for shakes and shingles shall not exceed that specified in Table 703.5.2.

703.5.3 Attachment. Each shake or shingle shall be held in place by two hot-dipped zinc-coated, stainless steel, or aluminum nails or staples. The fasteners shall be long enough to penetrate the sheathing or furring strips by a minimum of 1/2 inch (13 mm) and shall not be overdriven.

703.5.3.1 Staple attachment. Staples shall not be less than 16 gage and shall have a crown width of not less than 7/16 inch (11mm), and the crown of the staples shall be parallel with the butt of the shake or shingle. In single-course application, the fasteners shall be concealed by the course above and shall be driven approximately 1 inch (25mm) above the butt line of the succeeding course and 3/4 inch (19mm) from the edge. In double-course applications, the exposed shake or shingle shall be face-nailed with two casing nails, driven approximately 2 inches (51mm) above the butt line and 3/4 inch (19mm) from each edge. In all applications, staples shall be concealed by the course above. With shingles wider than 8 inches (203mm) two additional nail shall be required and shall be nailed approximately 1 inch (25mm) apart near the center of the shingle.

703.5.4 Bottom courses. The bottom courses shall be doubled.

703.6 Exterior plaster. Installation of these materials shall be incompliance with ASTMC926 and ASTMC1063 and the provisions of this code.

703.6.1 Lath. All lath and lath attachments shall be of corrosion-resistant materials. Expanded metal or woven wire lath shall be attached with 11/2-inch-long (38mm), 11 gage nails having a 7/16-inch ( 11.1 mm) head, or 7/8-inch-long ( 22.2 mm), 16 gage staples, spaced at no more than 6 inches (152 mm), or as otherwise approved.

703.6.2 Plaster. Plastering with Portland cement plaster shall be not less than three coats when applied over metal lath or wire lath and shall be not less than two coats when applied over masonry, concrete, pressure-preservative treated wood or decay-resistant wood as specified in Section 317.1 or gypsum backing. If the plaster surface is completely covered by veneer or other facing material or is completely concealed, plaster application need be only two coats, provided the total thickness is as set forth in Table 702.1(1).

On wood-frame construction with a non-grade floor slab system, exterior plaster shall be applied to cover, but not extend below, lath, paper and screed.

The proportion of aggregate to cementitious materials shall be as set forth in Table 702.1(3).

TABLE 703.5.2

MAXIMUM WEATHER EXPOSURE FOR WOOD SHAKES AND SHINGLES ON EXTERIOR WALLSa, b, c

(Dimensions are in inches)

LENGTH EXPOSURE FOR SINGLE COURSE EXPOSURE FOR DOUBLE COURSE
Shinglesa    
16 71/2 12b
18 81/2 14c
24 111/2 16
Shakesa    
18 81/2 14
24 111/2 18

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm.

a. Dimensions given are for No. 1 grade.

b. A maximum 10-inch exposure is permitted for No. 2 grade.

c. A maximum 11-inch exposure is permitted for No. 2 grade.

703.6.2.1 Weep screeds. A minimum 0.019 -inch ( 0.5 mm) (No. 26 galvanized sheet gage), corrosion-resistant weep screed or plastic weep screed, with a minimum vertical attachment flange of 31/2 inches (89 mm) shall be provided at or below the foundation plate line on exterior stud walls in accordance with ASTM C 926. The weep screed shall be placed a minimum of 4 inches (102 mm) above the earth or 2 inches (51 mm) above paved areas and shall be of a type that will allow trapped water to drain to the exterior of the building. The weather-resistant barrier shall lap the attachment flange. The exterior lath shall cover and terminate on the attachment flange of the weep screed.

703.6.3 Water-resistive barriers. Water-resistive barriers shall be installed as required in Section 703.2 and, where applied over wood-based sheathing, shall include a water-resistive vapor-permeable barrier with a performance at least equivalent to two layers of Grade D paper.

Exception: Where the water-resistive barrier that is applied over wood-based sheathing has a water resistance equal to or greater than that of 60 minute Grade D paper and is separated from the stucco by an intervening, substantially nonwater-absorbing layer or designed drainage space.

703.6.4 Application. Each coat shall be kept in a moist condition for at least 48 hours prior to application of the next coat.

Exception: Applications installed in accordance with ASTM C 926.

703.6.5 Curing. The finish coat for two-coat cement plaster shall not be applied sooner than seven days after application of the first coat. For three-coat cement plaster, the second coat shall not be applied sooner than 48 hours after application of the first coat. The finish coat for three-coat cement plaster shall not be applied sooner than seven days after application of the second coat.

703.7 Stone and masonry veneer, general. Stone and masonry veneer shall be installed in accordance with this chapter, Table 703.4 and Figure 703.7. These veneers installed over a backing of wood or cold-formed steel shall be limited to the first story above-grade and shall not exceed 5 inches (127 mm) in thickness. See Section 602.12 for wall bracing requirements for masonry veneer for wood framed construction and Section 603.9.5 for wall bracing requirements for masonry veneer for cold-formed steel construction.

Exceptions:

1. For all buildings in Seismic Design Categories A, B and C, exterior stone or masonry veneer, as specified in Table 703.7(1), with a backing of wood or steel framing shall be permitted to the height specified in Table 703.7(1) above a noncombustible foundation.

2. For detached one-, two- or three-family dwellings in Seismic Design Categories D0, D1 and D2, exterior stone or masonry veneer, as specified in Table 703.7(2), with a backing of wood framing shall be permitted to the height specified in Table 703.7(2) above a noncombustible foundation.

703.7.1 Interior veneer support. Veneers used as interior wall finishes shall be permitted to be supported on wood or cold-formed steel floors that are designed to support the loads imposed.

703.7.2 Exterior veneer support. Except in Seismic Design Categories D0, D1 and D2, exterior masonry veneers having an installed weight of 40 pounds per square foot (195 kg/m2) or less shall be permitted to be supported on wood or cold-formed steel construction. When masonry veneer supported by wood or cold-formed steel construction adjoins masonry veneer supported by the foundation, there shall be a movement joint between the veneer supported by the wood or cold-formed steel construction and the veneer supported by the foundation. The wood or cold-formed steel construction supporting the masonry veneer shall be designed to limit the deflection to 1/600 of the span for the supporting members. The design of the wood or cold-formed steel construction shall consider the weight of the veneer and any other loads.

703.7.2.1 Support by steel angle. A minimum 6 inches by 4 inches by 5/16 inch (152 mm by 102 mm by 8 mm) steel angle, with the long leg placed vertically, shall be anchored to double 2 inches by 4 inches (51 mm by 102 mm) wood studs at a maximum on-center spacing of 16 inches (406 mm). Anchorage of the steel angle at every double stud spacing shall be a minimum of two 7/16 inch (11 mm) diameter by 4 inch (102 mm) lag screws. The steel angle shall have a minimum clearance to underlying construction of 1/16 inch (2 mm). A minimum of two-thirds the width of the masonry veneer thickness shall bear on the steel angle. Flashing and weep holes shall be located in the masonry veneer wythe in accordance with Figure 703.7.2.1. The maximum height of masonry veneer above the steel angle support shall be 12 feet, 8 inches (3861 mm). The air space separating the masonry veneer from the wood backing shall be in accordance with Sections 703.7.4 and 703.7.4.2. The method of support for the masonry veneer on wood construction shall be constructed in accordance with Figure 703.7.2.1.

The maximum slope of the roof construction without stops shall be 7:12. Roof construction with slopes greater than 7:12 but not more than 12:12 shall have stops of a minimum 3 inch x 3 inch x 1/4 inch (76 mm x 76 mm x 6 mm) steel plate welded to the angle at 24 inches (610 mm) on center along the angle or as approved by the building official.

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TABLE 703.7(1)

STONE OR MASONRY VENEER LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS, WOOD OR STEEL FRAMING, SEISMIC DESIGN CATEGORIES A, B AND C

SEISMICDESIGNCATEGORY NUMBER OFWOOD ORSTEEL FRAMEDSTORIES MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF VENEER ABOVE NONCOMBUSTIBLE FOUNDATIONa (feet) MAXIMUMNOMINALTHICKNESS OFVENEER (inches) MAXIMUMWEIGHT OF VENEER(psf)b WOOD OR STEEL FRAMED STORY
A or B Steel: 1 or 2 Wood: 1, 2 or 3 30 5 50 all
C 1 30 5 50 1 only
2 30 5 50 top
bottom
Wood only: 3 30 5 50 top
middle
bottom

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 pound per square foot = 0.479 kPa.

a. An Additional 8 feet is permitted for gable end walls. See also story height limitations of Section 301.3.

b. Maximum weight is installed weight and includes weight of mortar, grout, lath and other materials used for installation. Where veneer is placed on both faces of a wall, the combined weight shall not exceed that specified in this table.

TABLE 703.7 (2)

STONE OR MASONRY VENEER LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS, ONE-,AND TWO- AND

THREE-FAMILY DETACHED DWELLINGS, WOOD FRAMING, SEISMIC DESIGN CATEGORIES D0,D1 AND D2

SEISMIC DESIGN CATEGORY NUMBER OFWOODFRAMEDSTORIESa MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF VENEERABOVE NONCOMBUSTIBLEFOUNDATION OR FOUNDATIONWALL (feet) MAXIMUMNOMINALTHICKNESS OFVENEER (inches) MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF VENEER (psf)b
D0 1 20c 4 40
2 20c 4 40
3 30d 4 40
D1 1 20c 4 40
2 20c 4 40
3 20c 4 40
D2 1 20c 3 30
2 20c 3 30

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 pound per square foot = 0.479 kPa, 1 pound-force = 4.448 N.

a. Cripple walls are not permitted in Seismic Design Categories D0, D1 and D2.

b. Maximum weight is installed weight and includes weight of mortar, grout and lath, and other materials used for installation.

c. The veneer shall not exceed 20 feet in height above a noncombustible foundation, with an additional 8 feet permitted for gable end walls, or 30 feet in height with an additional 8 feet for gable end walls where the lower 10 feet has a backing of concrete or masonry wall. See also story height limitations of Section 301.3.

d. The veneer shall not exceed 30 feet in height above a noncombustible foundation, with an additional 8 feet permitted for gable end walls. See also story height limitations of Section 301.3.

703.7.2.2 Support by roof construction. A steel angle shall be placed directly on top of the roof construction. The roof supporting construction for the steel angle shall consist of a minimum of three 2-inch by 6-inch (51 mm by 152 mm) wood members. The wood member abutting the vertical wall stud construction shall be anchored with a minimum of three 5/8-inch (16 mm) diameter by 5-inch (127 mm) lag screws to every wood stud spacing. Each additional roof member shall be anchored by the use of two 10d nails at every wood stud spacing. A minimum of two-thirds the width of the masonry veneer thickness shall bear on the steel angle. Flashing and weep holes shall be located in the masonry veneer wythe in accordance with Figure 703.7.2.2. The maximum height of the masonry veneer above the steel angle support shall be 12 feet, 8 inches (3861 mm). The air space separating the masonry veneer from the wood backing shall be in accordance with Sections 703.7.4 and 703.7.4.2. The support for the masonry veneer on wood construction shall be constructed in accordance with Figure 703.7.2.2.

The maximum slope of the roof construction without stops shall be 7:12. Roof construction with slopes greater than 7:12 but not more than 12:12 shall have stops of a minimum 3 inch * 3 inch * 1/4 inch (76mm*76mm*6 mm) steel plate welded to the angle at 24 inches (610 mm) on center along the angle or as approved by the building official.

703.7.3 Lintels. Masonry veneer shall not support any vertical load other than the dead load of the veneer above. Veneer above openings shall be supported on lintels of noncombustible materials. The lintels shall have a length of bearing not less than 4 inches (102 mm). Steel lintels shall be shop coated with a rust-inhibitive paint, except for lintels made of corrosion-resistant steel or steel treated with coatings to provide corrosion resistance. Construction of openings shall comply with either Section 703.7.3.1 or 703.7.3.2.

703.7.3.1 The allowable span shall not exceed the values set forth in Table 703.7.3.1.

703.7.3.2 The allowable span shall not exceed 18 feet 3 inches (5562 mm) and shall be constructed to comply with Figure 703.7.3.2, Table 703.7.3.2, and the following:

1. Provide a minimum length of 18 inches (457 mm) of masonry veneer on each side of opening as shown in Figure 703.7.3.2.

2. Provide a minimum 5 inch by 31/2 inch by 5/16 inch (127 mm by 89 mm by 7.9 mm) steel angle above the opening and shore for a minimum of 7 days after installation.

3. Provide double-wire joint reinforcement extending 12 inches (305 mm) beyond each side of the opening. Lap splices of joint reinforcement a minimum of 12 inches (305 mm). Comply with one of the following:

3.1. Double-wire joint reinforcement shall be 3/16 inch ( 4.8 mm) diameter and shall be placed in the first two bed joints above the opening.

3.2. Double-wire joint reinforcement shall be 9 gauge ( 0.144 inch or 3.66 mm diameter) and shall be placed in the first three bed joints above the opening.

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703.7.4 Anchorage. Masonry veneer shall be anchored to the supporting wall with corrosion-resistant metal ties embedded in mortar or grout and extending into the veneer a minimum of 11/2 inches (38 mm), with not less than 5/8 inch

( 15.9 mm) mortar or grout cover to outside face. Where veneer is anchored to wood backings by corrugated sheet metal ties, the distance separating the veneer from the sheathing material shall be a maximum of a nominal 1 inch (25 mm). Where the veneer is anchored to wood backings using metal strand wire ties, the distance separating the veneer from the sheathing material shall be a maximum of 41/2 inches (114 mm). Where the veneer is anchored to cold-formed steel backings, adjustable metal strand wire ties shall be used. Where veneer is anchored to cold-formed steel backings, the distance separating the veneer from the sheathing material shall be a maximum of 41/2 inches (114 mm).

703.7.4.1 Size and spacing. Veneer ties, if strand wire, shall not be less in thickness than No. 9 U.S. gage [( 0.148 in.) (4 mm)] wire and shall have a hook embedded in the mortar joint, or if sheet metal, shall be not less than No. 22 U.S. gage by [( 0.0299 in.)( 0.76 mm)] 7/8 inch (22 mm) corrugated. Each tie shall be spaced not more than 24 inches (610 mm) on center horizontally and vertically and shall support not more than 2.67 square feet ( 0.25 m2) of wall area.

Exception: In Seismic Design Category D0, D1 or D2 or townhouses in Seismic Design Category C or in wind areas of more than 30 pounds per square foot pressure ( 1.44 kPa), each tie shall support not more than 2 square feet ( 0.2 m2) of wall area.

703.7.4.1.1 Veneer ties around wall openings. Veneer ties around wall openings. Additional metal ties shall be provided around all wall openings greater than 16 inches (406 mm) in either dimension. Metal ties around the perimeter of openings shall be spaced not more than 3 feet (9144 mm) on center and placed within 12 inches (305 mm) of the wall opening.

703.7.4.2 Air space. The veneer shall be separated from the sheathing by an air space of a minimum of a nominal 1 inch (3/4", 19 mm) but not more than 41/2 inches (114 mm).

703.7.4.3 Mortar or grout fill. As an alternate to the air space required by Section 703.7.4.2, mortar or grout shall be permitted to fill the air space .When the air space is filled with mortar, a water-resistive barrier is required over studs or sheathing. When filling the air space, replacing the sheathing and water-resistive barrier with a wire mesh and approved water-resistive barrier or an approved water-resistive barrier-backed reinforcement attached directly to the studs is permitted.

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703.7.5 Flashing. Flashing shall be located beneath the first course of masonry above finished ground level above the foundation wall or slab and at other points of support, including structural floors, shelf angles and lintels when masonry veneers are designed in accordance with Section 703.7. See Section 703.8 for additional requirements.

703.7.6 Weepholes. Weepholes shall be provided in the outside wythe of masonry walls at a maximum spacing of 33 inches (838mm) on center. Weepholes shall not be less than 3/16 inch (5mm) in diameter. Weepholes shall be located immediately above the flashing.

703.8 Flashing. Approved corrosion-resistant flashing shall be applied shingle-fashion in a manner to prevent entry of water into the wall cavity or penetration of water to the building structural framing components. Self-adhered membranes used as flashing shall comply with AAMA 711. The flashing shall extend to the surface of the exterior wall finish. Approved corrosion-resistant flashings shall be installed at all of the following locations:

1. Exterior window and door openings. Flashing at exterior window and door openings shall extend to the surface of the exterior wall finish or to the water-resistive barrier for subsequent drainage.

2. At the intersection of chimneys or other masonry construction with frame or stucco walls, with projecting lips on both sides under stucco copings.

3. Under and at the ends of masonry, wood or metal copings and sills.

4. Continuously above all projecting wood trim.

5. Where exterior porches, decks or stairs attach to a wall or floor assembly of wood-frame construction.

6. At wall and roof intersections.

7. At built-in gutters.

TABLE 703.7.3.1

ALLOWABLE SPANS FOR LINTELS SUPPORTING MASONRY VENEERa, b, c, d

SIZE OF STEEL ANGLEa, c, d (inches) NO STORY ABOVE ONE STORY ABOVE TWO STORIES ABOVE NO. OF 1/2" OR EQUIVALENT REINFORCING BARS IN REINFORCED LINTELb, d
3 x 3 x 1/4 6'-0" 4'-6" 3'-0" 1
4 x 3 x 1/4 8'-0" 6'-0" 4'-6" 1
5 x 31/2 x 5/16 10'-0" 8'-0" 6'-0" 2
6 x 31/2 x 5/16 14'-0" 9'-6" 7'-0" 2
2-6 x 31/2 x 5/16 20'-0" 12'-0" 9'-6" 4

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm, 1 foot = 304.8 mm.

a. Long leg of the angle shall be placed in a vertical position.

b. Depth of reinforced lintels shall not be less than 8 inches and all cells of hollow masonry lintels shall be grouted solid. Reinforcing bars shall extend not less than 8 inches into the support.

c. Steel members indicated are adequate typical examples; other steel members meeting structural design requirements may be used.

d. Either steel angle or reinforced lintel shall span opening.

TABLE 703.7.3.2

HEIGHT OF MASONRY VENEER ABOVE OPENING

MINIMUM HEIGHT OF MASONRY VENEER ABOVE OPENING (Inches) MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF MASONRY VENEER ABOVE OPENING (Feet)
13 < 5
24 5 to < 12
60 12 to height above support allowed by Section 703.7

For SI: 1 inch = 25.4 mm. 1 foot = 304.8 mm.

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703.9 Exterior insulation and finish system (EIFS)/EIFS with drainage. Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS) shall comply with this chapter and Sections 703.9.1 and 703.9.3. EIFS with drainage shall comply with this chapter and Sections 703.9.2, 703.9.3 and 703.9.4.

703.9.1 Exterior insulation and finish system (EIFS). EIFS shall comply with ASTM E 2568.

703.9.2 Exterior insulation and finish system (EIFS) with drainage. EIFS with drainage shall comply with ASTM E 2568 and shall have an average minimum drainage efficiency of 90 percent when tested in accordance with ASTM E 2273.

703.9.2.1 Water-resistive barrier. The water-resistive barrier shall comply with Section 703.2 or ASTM E 2570.

703.9.2.2 Installation. The water-resistive barrier shall be applied between the EIFS and the wall sheathing.

703.9.3 Flashing, general. Flashing of EIFS shall be provided in accordance with the requirements of Section 703.8.

703.9.4 EIFS/EIFS with drainage installation. All EIFS shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions and the requirements of this section.

703.9.4.1 Terminations. The EIFS shall terminate not less than 6 inches (152 mm) above the finished ground level.

703.9.4.2 Decorative trim. Decorative trim shall not be face nailed through the EIFS.

703.10 Fiber cement siding.

703.10.1 Panel siding. Fiber-cement panels shall comply with the requirements of ASTM C1186, Type A, minimum Grade II. Panels shall be installed with the long dimension either parallel or perpendicular to framing. Vertical and horizontal joints shall occur over framing members and shall be sealed with caulking, covered with battens or shall be designed to comply with Section 703.1. Panel siding shall be installed with fasteners according to Table 703.4 or approved manufacturer's installation instructions.

703.10.2 Lap siding. Fiber-cement lap siding having a maximum width of 12 inches shall comply with the requirements of ASTM C1186, Type A, minimum Grade II. Lap siding shall be lapped a minimum of 11/4 inches (32 mm) and lap siding not having tongue-and-groove end joints shall have the ends sealed with caulking, installed with an H-section joint cover, located over a strip of flashing or shall be designed to comply with Section 703.1. Lap siding courses may be installed with the fastener heads exposed or concealed, according to Table 703.4 or approved manufacturers' installation instructions.

703.11 Vinyl siding. Vinyl siding shall be certified and labeled as conforming to the requirements of ASTM D 3679 by an approved quality control agency.

703.11.1 Installation. Vinyl siding, soffit and accessories shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

703.11.1.1 Soffit panels shall be individually fastened to a supporting component such as a nailing strip, fascia or subfascia component or as specified by the manufacturer's instructions.

703.11.2 Foam plastic sheathing. Vinyl siding used with foam plastic sheathing shall be installed in accordance with Section 703.11.2.1, 703.11.2.2, or 703.11.2.3.

Exception: Where the foam plastic sheathing is applied directly over wood structural panels, fiberboard, gypsum sheathing or other approved backing capable of independently resisting the design wind pressure, the vinyl siding shall be installed in accordance with Section 703.11.1.

703.11.2.1 Basic wind speed not exceeding 90 miles per hour and Exposure Category B. Where the basic wind speed does not exceed 90 miles per hour (40 m/s), the Exposure Category is B and gypsum wall board or equivalent is installed on the side of the wall opposite the foam plastic sheathing, the minimum siding fastener penetration into wood framing shall be 11/4 inches (32 mm) using minimum 0.120 -inch diameter nail (shank) with a minimum 0.313 -inch diameter head, 16 inches on center. The foam plastic sheathing shall be minimum 1/2-inch-thick ( 12.7 mm) (nominal) extruded polystyrene per ASTM C578, 1/2-inch-thick ( 12.7 mm) (nominal) polyisocyanurate per ASTM C1289, or 1-inch-thick (25 mm) (nominal) expanded polystyrene per ASTM C 578.

703.11.2.2 Basic wind speed exceeding 90 miles per hour or Exposure Categories C and D. Where the basic wind speed exceeds 90 miles per hour (40 m/s) or the Exposure Category is C or D, or all conditions of Section 703.11.2.1 are not met, the adjusted design pressure rating for the assembly shall meet or exceed the loads listed in Tables 301.2(2) adjusted for height and exposure using Section 301.2(3). The design wind pressure rating of the vinyl siding for installation over solid sheathing as provided in the vinyl siding manufacturer's product specifications shall be adjusted for the following wall assembly conditions:

1. For wall assemblies with foam plastic sheathing on the exterior side and gypsum wall board or equivalent on the interior side of the wall, the vinyl siding's design wind pressure rating shall be multiplied by 0.39.

2. For wall assemblies with foam plastic sheathing on the exterior side and no gypsum wall board or equivalent on the interior side of wall, the vinyl siding's design wind pressure rating shall be multiplied by 0.27.

703.11.2.3 Manufacturer specification. Where the vinyl siding manufacturer's product specifications provide an approved design wind pressure rating for installation over foam plastic sheathing, use of this design wind pressure rating shall be permitted and the siding shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

703.12 Adhered masonry veneer installation. Adhered masonry veneer shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Effective: 01/01/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/01/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3781.10(A)
Rule Amplifies: 3781.01 , 3781.06 , 3781.10 , 3781.11 , 3791.04 , 4740.14