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Project Questionnaire

Estimate for Spraying Rim Joists or Sills in your Building

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This is a general listing and some of these areas may not apply.  Please providethe answers to only the questions that are relevant to your project.

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  • What are is the linear footage and height of the rim joists and sills to be sprayed? (list separately for each floor of the building).

  • How high is the sill/rim joist from the floor?

  • Is the installation to be done from the inside or the outside?

  • What are the floor joist framing sizes and the spacing?

  • Are there obstructions such as existing insulation, ductwork, or suspended ceilings?

  • Are all of the bays open, closed, or some of each?

  • Is there a specification for the R-value for the sills/rim joist, what R-value do you want?

  • Are there high moisture levels and from what source?

  • What are your plans for vapor control? (Polyethylene, dehumidification, etc.) See for more information.

  • Are the basement or crawl space walls included with the sills/rim joist areas to be insulated?

  • Is the framing above the rim joist balloon or platform type framing? 
    Are the wall cavities open to the rim joist?

  • Are the rim joist areas (between the floors) accessible? Please specify for each level.

  • What is the outside framing or sheathing material to be sprayed against?

  • Are there special problems with masking  - is it a timber-framed structure, are there special finishes to protect?