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1. Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification.

2. UDC Construction Inspector.

 

DCQ60                                               Comm 20                                                        

 

1. Comm 20 The provisions of this code apply to all new ______________________ .

 

a. one and 2 family dwellings

b. manufactured buildings for dwellings

c. newly constructed community based residential facilities providing care, treatment and services for 3 to 8 unrelated adults

d. a, b, & c

 

2. The effective date of ch.Comm 22 is December 1, 19__.

a. 77   

b. 78

c. 79

d. 80

 

3. The effective date of chs. Comm 20, 21, 23, 24 and 25 is June 1, 19__.

a. 77   

b. 78

c. 79

d. 80

 

4. The following portions of a bed and breakfast establishment shall comply with the provisions of this code:

 

a.  The third floor when used for other than storage.

b  A structural addition, for which no use other than as a bed and breakfast establishment is proposed.

c. both a & b

d. neither a & b

 

5. A building previously used for another purpose, such as a barn or garage, shall comply with this code upon conversion to residential use.

 

a. true                          

b. false

 

6. Moving of dwellings.  The status of a dwelling, new or existing, shall be affected by the moving of the dwelling.

 

a. true                          

b. false

 

7. Accessory Building.  With the exception of s. Comm21.08 (1), the provisions of this code do not apply to detached garages or to any accessory buildings detached from the dwelling.

 

a. true                          

b. false

 

8. The provisions of this code do not apply to detached decks provided the deck does not serve an exit from the dwelling.

a. true                          

b. false

 

9. The provisions of this code apply only to onsite installation or construction of an addition or alteration to a recreational vehicle or manufactured or mobile home, such as a____________ provided the recreational vehicle or manufactured or mobile home was produced after June 1, 1980.

 

a. stoop

b. deck

c. porch

d. a, b & c

 

10. Municipalities intending to exercise jurisdiction shall notify the department, in writing, at least 30 days prior to the date upon which the municipality intends to exercise jurisdiction under this code. The notification of intent shall include a statement by the municipality as to which of the following methods will be used for enforcement:

 

a. Individual municipal enforcement;

b. Joint municipal enforcement;

c. Contract with certified UDC inspector or inspectors or independent inspection agency;

d. a, b & c

 

11. The department shall review and make a determination regarding municipal intent to exercise jurisdiction over new dwellings within ____ business days of receipt of municipal ordinances adopting this code

 

a. 10

b. 15

c. 20   

d. 30

 

12. A person who obtains a Wisconsin uniform building permit from a registered UDC inspection agency shall retain the same or another qualified agency to conduct the inspections for the project under s. Comm 20.10.

 

a. true

b. false

 

13. Application for a Wisconsin uniform building permit shall be on the forms obtained from the department, the municipality or an authorized registered UDC inspection agency administering and enforcing this code.  No application shall be accepted that does not contain all the information requested on the form.

 

a. true  

b. false

 

14. The municipality or the registered UDC inspection agency shall forward a copy of all applications for new dwelling construction to the department within ____ business days after permit issuance.

 

a. 15

b. 20   

c. 30

d. 60

 

15. Permits for additions, alterations and repairs shall be filed with municipalities and counties in accordance with their adopted ordinances.

 

a. true

b. false

 

16. The required building plans shall be legible and drawn to scale or dimensioned and shall include the following:

 

a. plot plan,

b. floor plan

c. elevations

d. a, b & c

 

17. Wisconsin Uniform Building Permit shall expire ____ months after issuance if the dwelling exterior has not been completed.

 

a. 12   

b. 18

c. 24

d. 36

 

18. The name and license number of the Wisconsin master plumber responsible for the installation of plumbing shall be entered on the permit by the issuing entity at the time of issuance.

 

a. true

b. false

 

19. Permit to start construction of footings and foundation may be issued if:

1. Construction may begin on footings and foundations prior to the issuance of the Wisconsin uniform building permit where a permit to start construction is obtained.

2. Upon submittal of the application for a permit to start construction, a plot plan, complete footing and foundation information including exterior grading, and a fee, the municipality or a registered UDC inspection agency enforcing this code may issue a permit to start construction of the footings and foundation.

3. The issuance of a permit to start construction shall not influence the approval or denial of the Wisconsin uniform building permit application.

 

a. true

b. false

 

20. The Wisconsin uniform building permit seal shall be affixed either to the posted permit or to the Wisconsin uniform building permit application.

 

a. true

b. false

 

21. Required inspections: Construction may proceed if the inspection has not been completed within 48 hours after notification is received or as otherwise agreed between the applicant and the municipality or registered UDC inspection agency.

 

a. true

b. false

 

22. Footing and foundation inspection.  The excavation shall be inspected after the placement of forms, shoring and reinforcement, where required, and prior to the placement of footing materials.

 

a. true

b. false

 

Comm 23

 

23. Any room with a toilet, tub or shower shall be provided with exhaust ventilation capable of exhausting 50 cubic feet per minute on an intermittent basis or 30 cubic feet per minute on a continuous basis.

 

a. true

b. false

 

24. Habitable rooms without openable windows shall be provided with a balanced mechanical ventilation system producing one air change per hour of fresh outside air while the room is occupied.

 

a. true

b. false

25. Appliances installed in garages shall have burners and burner ignition devices located at least ___ inches above the floor and shall be protected or located so the furnace is not subject to damage from a vehicle.

 

a. 12

b. 16

c. 18

d. 24

 

26. Water heaters may be installed in a closet located in a bath-room or bedroom where the closet is used exclusively for the water heater, where the enclosed space has a weather–stripped solid door with a self–closing device, and where all air for combustion is obtained from the outdoors.

 

a. true

b. false

 

27. Vented decorative gas appliances and decorative gas appliances for installation in vented fireplaces may be installed in bedrooms or bathrooms only when the volume of the space in which the appliance is located is not less than ___ cubic feet per _______Btu/h of the combined input rating of all fuel–burning appliances installed in that space.  The space may be made up of more than one room if the rooms are connected through doorway openings without doors.

 

a. 25, 500

b. 50, 1000

c. 75, 1000

d. 25, 1000

 

28. Only listed Solid–fuel–burning appliances may be installed in a garage.

 

a. true  

b. false

 

29. Appliances used mainly for wood burning shall have the joints assembled so that the crimped end points away from the stove.

 

a. true

b. false

 

30. All heat producing appliances and cooling appliances shall be listed by the department.

 

a. true  

b. false

 

31. The clearances from combustible materials in Tables 23.04–A and 23.04–B shall apply unless otherwise shown on listed appliances.

 

a. true

b. false

 

32. Kitchen range hoods that are listed and installed to re-circulate air without exhausting it are required to be balanced.

 

a. true

b. false

 

 

33. All exhaust vents shall terminate outside the __________.

 

a. garage

b. dwelling

c. structure

d. a, b & c

 

Comm 21

 

34. What is the code required live loads in pounds per square foot for a garage floor?

 

a. 40

b. 20   

c. 30   

d. 50

 

35. What is the code required live loads in pounds per square foot for a dwelling floor?

 

a. 40

b. 20   

c. 30   

d. 50

 

36. Roofs shall be designed and constructed to support the minimum snow loads listed on the zone map. The loads shall be assumed to act horizontally over the roof area projected upon a vertically plane.

 

a. true                          

b. false

 

37. Dwellings shall be designed and constructed to withstand a horizontal and uplift pressure of ___ pounds per square foot acting over the surface area.

 

a. 10

b. 15

c. 20

d. 30

 

38. Roof framing members spanning more than __ feet measured from the outermost edge of the roof shall be permanently fastened to the top plate of load bearing walls using engineered clips, straps or hangers.

 

a. 4

b. 5

c. 6

d. 8

 

39. Roof framing members spanning 6 feet or less measured from the outermost edge of the roof shall be permanently fastened to the top plate of load bearing walls using

a. toe nailing

b. engineered clips

c. straps or hangers

d. a, b, & c

 

40. All building components shall be fastened to withstand the

a. dead load

b. live load

c. horizontal load

d. a & b

 

41. A ceiling with storage shall support ___ pounds per square foot live loads.

 

a. 5

b. 10

c. 20

d. 40

 

42. A ceiling without storage shall support ___ pounds per square foot live loads.

 

a. 5

b. 10

c. 20

d. 40

 

43. Roof loads in zone 1 are 30 P S. F. and zone 2 are 40 P.S. F.

 

a. true

b. false

 

44. Dwellings consisting of no more than a first floor with a maximum floor area of ______ square feet and a loft area not exceeding half of the first floor area, shall be provided with at least one exit door leading directly to the exterior and at least one egress window.

 

a. 250

b. 300

c. 400

d. 500

 

45. At least 2 exits shall be provided for each habitable floor above the second floor. The exits shall be located such that in case any exit is blocked some other exit will still be accessible to the second floor. The exits shall be stairways or ramps that lead to the second floor or discharge to grade.

 

a. true

b. false

 

46. At least one stairway exit shall be provided, to the floor below, for a loft exceeding _____ square feet in area.

 

a. 250

b. 300

c. 400

d. 500

 

47. The second exit from a basement or ground floor used for sleeping may be one of the following types:

 

a. A door to the exterior of the dwelling.

b. A stairway or ramp that leads to the floor above.

c. A stairway that leads to a garage

d. a and b only

 

 

Questions 48-52 use: Windows which are installed for exit purposes shall comply with the requirements for egress.

 

48. The nominal size of the net clear window opening shall be at least 20 inches by 24 inches irrespective of height or width. Nominal dimensions shall be determined by rounding up fractions of inches if they are ½ inch or greater or rounding down fractions of inches if they are less than ½ inch.

 

a. true

b. false

 

49. The area and dimension requirements (20 inches by 24 inches) may be infringed on by a storm window.

 

a. true

b. false

 

50. For any window used for exiting, the lowest point of clear opening shall be no more than ____ inches above the floor with a legal 24” high platform fastened in place.

 

a. 46

b. 60

c. 24

d. 48

 

51. If the lowest point of clear opening is more than 46 inches above the floor, a permanent platform or fixture shall be installed such that a flat surface at least ___inches wide and ___ inches deep is located no more than 46 inches directly below the clear opening.

 

a. 30, 9

b. 24, 9

c. 20, 9

d. 32, 9

 

52. The topmost surface of the platform or fixture shall support a live load of at least _____ pounds.

 

a. 100

b. 150

c. 200

d. 250

 

Comm 22

 

53. Exterior foam plastic insulation shall be protected from ____________________.

 

a. physical damage

b. damage from ultraviolet light

c. construction hazards

d. a & b

 

54. Additions to dwellings may follow the energy code that was in effect at the time the current dwelling was originally constructed, provided the ___________ of the addition has an area equal to 50% or less of the area of the footprint of the current dwelling.

 

a. square footage

b. footprint

c. area

d. a & b

 

55. The thickness of roof and ceiling insulation that is either blown in or sprayed shall be identified by thickness markings that are labeled in inches installed at least one for every _____square feet through the attic space.

 

a. 200

c. 250

c. 300

d. 400

 

56. The markers shall be affixed to trusses or joists marking the minimum initial installed thickness and minimum settled thickness with numbers a minimum of ____ inch in height.

 

a. ½

b. ¾

c. 1

d. 1 ½

 

57. “Cooled space” means a space directly or indirectly supplied with mechanical cooling to maintain air temperature within the space of ___°F or less at design conditions.

 

a. 75

b. 80

c. 85

d. 90

 

58. “Electrically heated” means provided with permanently installed electrical space heating equipment which has an input capacity of __ kilowatts or more to meet all or part of the space heating requirements.

 

a. 2

b. 3

c. 4

d. 5

 

59. “Heated space” means any enclosed space provided with a direct or indirect supply of heat to maintain the temperature of the space to at least ___° F at design conditions.

 

a. 50

b. 55

c. 60

d. 65

 

60. Unheated, non–habitable basement areas shall use a design temperature of less than ____°F. All other areas of a dwelling shall use a design temperature of___°F.

 

a. 50, 70

b. 50, 68

c. 50, 72

d. 55, 70

 

 

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