Residential Load Calculation Job Request

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Project Name:
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Project Pricing:

Building Square Feet:

Construction Details:

Fireplace Quality:
What direction does the front of the building face:
What direction does the front door face:
Construction Type:
Number of Stories:
Number of fireplaces:

ROOF:

Type:
Vent:
Color:
Material:
Ceiling Insulation R-Value:

WALL:

Frame:
Exterior:
Sheathing:
Wall Cavity Insulation R-Value:
Insulation:
Interior Finish:

FLOOR:

Slab on Grade:
Pier and Beam:
Cavity Insulation R-Value:

Windows (Measured to the nearest 1/2 foot):

Window Type:
Window Frame:
Window Material:
U-Values Summer:
U-Values Winter:
SOLAR HEAT GAIN COEFFICIENT:
Overhang Ratio:
Overhang:
Offset:

DOORS:

Exterior Doors:

*SLIDING GLASS DOOR SHOULD BE NOTATED IN THE WINDOW SECTION


DUCT WORK:

Supply Duct Material:
Return Duct Material:
IAQ:
List type and model numbers of all IAQ accessories.

HVAC SYSTEM TYPE:

HVAC SYSTEM 1:

TYPE:
Seer:
MAKE/BRAND:
INDOOR COIL MODEL NUMBER:
FURNACE MODEL NUMBER:
AHU MODEL NUMBER:
CONDENSER MODEL NUMBER:
AHRI NUMBER:
AHU LOCATION:
AHU TYPE

HVAC SYSTEM 2:

HVAC 2 TYPE:
HVAC 2 SEER:
HVAC 2 MAKE/BRAND:
HVAC 2 INDOOR COIL MODEL NUMBER:
HVAC 2 FURNACE MODEL NUMBER:
HVAC 2 AHU MODEL NUMBER:
HVAC 2 CONDENSER MODEL NUMBER:
HVAC 2 AHRI NUMBER:
HVAC 2 AHU LOCATION:
HVAC 2 AHU TYPE

ZONING INFORMATION (ALSO NOTATE ON FLOORPLAN):

HVAC SYSTEM 1 (LIST ROOMS IN THIS ZONE)
HVAC SYSTEM 2 (LIST ROOMS IN THIS ZONE)
NOTES:

AC SUPPLY PROJECT DISCLAIMER

The following pages summarize the heat gain and heat loss of the building using the ACCA Manual J8 calculation procedure. The calculations are based on the information given to AC Supply in the form of drawings, sketches and interviews. In certain cases, AC Supply may make assumptions about the design conditions that may or may not be accurate for the location of concern. It is the responsibility of the installing contractor to verify the design conditions BEFORE equipment purchase and installation.

Any load calculations provided in the following pages are based upon the information provided by the party submitting a particular project to AC Supply. AC Supply has not and does not independently verify that the data provided to AC Supply is correct or complete and any calculations made by AC Supply are based upon the information provided by third parties.  AC Supply makes no claim that the information given to us is correct and or complete.

AC Supply utilizes Wrightsoft Residential 13.0 which is an ACCA Certified and ASHRE recommended computer program to determine the heating and cooling loads presented in this report, and is therefore very accurate. If the information given to AC Supply is accurate, and the building is built as per the plans submitted, then the load calculations presented in this report can be assumed to be accurate. A licensed mechanical contractor may use these calculations as a starting point in the system sizing and selection.

AC Supply does not provide architectural or engineering plans for the public or for use by contractors or construction companies as final “construction documents”. AC Supply works with architectural and engineering firms and with contractors in connection with their designs of heating and air conditioning systems.

If the HVAC duct layout installed on-site DOES NOT match the Manual D duct design prepared by AC Supply, then AC Supply cannot and will not be guarantee the performance of any altered design.

Final HVAC sizing and selection should be done by a licensed HVAC contractor. Many factors beyond the scope of this report must be considered prior to final system selection and design, such as: exact equipment availability and selections, system controls and location of controls, system air distribution and cycling, Uniform Building Code requirements, Uniform Mechanical Code requirements and many other standard design conventions as listed by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

AC Supply therefore assumes no liability for the final equipment selection, materials or final system design. Various modifications to the information provided to AC Supply may have occurred after this Design Support was prepared, which would require that this Design Support information be modified in order to be accurate. After reviewing AC Supply report, and prior to any system purchase or installation, please inform AC Supply in writing of any changes which may alter the assumptions and calculations contained in this report.

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