Category III Sunrooms: The space is covered by a roof and the walls are enclosed with translucent or transparent plastic or glass. The space must comply with requirements for forced-entry resistance, air-leakage resistance, and water-penetration resistance. No requirement to meet the electrical outlet spacing per the National Electrical Code. Air-leakage areas of concern all joints, seams, and penetrations, including openings between window and door assemblies and their respective jambs and framing, walls between the dwelling and the sunroom, and other sources of infiltration. The air-leakage is per the Florida Energy Conservation Code. The sunroom requires a light on the exterior side of the entrance to the sunroom.
Category II Sunrooms:
The space is covered by a roof and the walls are enclosed with translucent or transparent plastic or glass. The space is defined as nonhabitable and unconditioned space. There is no requirement to submit any energy calculations or meet the requirements of electrical outlet wall spacing per the National Electrical Code. The sunroom requires a light on the exterior side of the entrance to the sunroom
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