Don't let your jobs be held up by failing code inspections. Smooth sign-off by the inspector is the goal, but to make this ideal happen on your job site, you need to understand the requirements of latest editions of the International Building Code and the International Residential Code. Understanding what the codes require can be a real challenge. This new, completely revised Contractor's Guide to the Building Code cuts through the qlegaleseq of the code books. It explains the important requirements for residential and light commercial structures in plain, simple English so you can get it right the first time.This compares to no increase in area for a square building of the same perimeter length. Now leta#39;s consider two, ... around the building. 4. If the width of the public way or open space is greater than 30 feet, you must still use a figure of 30 foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Contractor's Guide to the Building Code|
|Author||:||Jack M. Hageman|
|Publisher||:||Craftsman Book Company - 2008|