Part A Structure
Part B Fire Safety Volume 1 all other types of buildings excluding dwelling houses.
Part B Fire Safety Volume 2 dwelling houses
Part C Site Preparation and Resistance to Moisture
Part E Sound
Part G Hygiene
Part H Drainage
Part J Heat Producing Appliances
Part K Stairways, Ladders, Ramps and Guards
Part M Access and Use Dwellings
Part L Energy Conservation
Timber Frame Construction
Building Energy Ratings
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Systems
Acceptable Construction Details
Typical Inspection Reports
Air barrier and elements continuity
The key to achieving a successful air barrier is to ensure continuity between the elements. Construction drawings should always be marked with the air barrier line; this should follow the internal perimeter of insulation in the walls, floors and roofs. The line should be unbroken: breaks indicate areas where the air barrier may not be complete and will need to be examined. The air barrier should be constructed from the materials and elements previously outlined.
Where required, refer to the Acceptable Construction Details (ACDs) for assistance. The ACDs show the air barrier as a bold dark blue line.