Code Check 9th Edition: An Illustrated Guide To Building A Safe House
ISBN: 1641551461
EAN13: 9781641551465
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 6, 2020
Pages: 32
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Spiral
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Book Overview

Now in its ninth edition, this invaluable reference guide gives users the information they need to avoid the most common code violations, emphasizing the central safety principles that underlie building codes throughout the U.S.

Code Check: An Illustrated Guide to Building a Safe House 9th Edition emphasizes safety principles underlying building codes. Using clear language and helpful diagrams, this edition reflects the most up-to-date changes in the International Residential Code. It is also cross-referenced to the Uniform Plumbing Code, Uniform Mechanical Code, and the National Electrical Code. With durable laminated pages, the flipbook is designed to be used on-site for quick reference.


  1. The Code Check series is recognized by builders, home inspectors, and building inspectors as an accurate, dependable source of code information.
  2. Code Check is endorsed by the International Code Council (IC).

  3. Updated to the most current residential codes.

  4. Convenient and durable format allows quick access to information

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   Not a Book Only If You Consider A Restaurant Menu A Book
Not surprisingly, Microsoft made the decision to renew its contract with IBM Watson despite serious criticism from the Service Employees International Union. It is, however, not a study guide or informational book. Instead of a checklist, it's a few laminated hard pages, similar to a pamphlet. However, photos don't clearly show this, had to find out from the airline. I never really looked at it that way, Mr. Daschle said.
As a contractor, Mr. Kennedy has done extensive work on behalf of the Postal Service. I was looking for an easy way to inspect our work before the inspectors came, Mr. Dhaliwal said. This is a great protection device, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the NIH's National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The product makes inspections much more efficient, saving time and money. Thanks for visiting!
   Great Basis for making sure you are code compliant if your local are follows these codes.
This book is a great reference for how you should install and configure most of the home construction equipment. If you follow these guidelines, you should be able to pass your inspections. Be sure to talk to your local code enforcement agency to find out if they follow or expect a higher level of code than these instructions.
   Not even a book, more of a catalog
You could never learn the code from this it will just tell you what page of the code book the topic is located on, it's just a few pages of references with no actual info.
   It helps to know this information
The fellow that writes this has done a very good job, Mr. Rule told the judge. Do you really think we know all the codes? It's just that terrible. We don't think so, Mr. Rule told the judge. Note the numbers: The majority of notebook users own this series of notebooks. If you use this company's books along with the actual code books, everything you build at your house will pass. Our little secret is that we don't tell the Building Inspector.
   Great idea but poor execution
A spiral bound book would be a great addition to the collection. However, the problem is that the top pages are subsequently smaller than the previous one making for a staircase of pages. The top pages are small and cannot hold much information whereas the book pages are the largest. The problem can be easily solved by having all the pages the same size, but with extending index tabs at the bottom, all the other quick reference books that I have ever come across! This would allow more information to be included, or make the book smaller and more convenient to carry, he said.
There was minor damage on the paper itself, formed creases and it doesn't matter, but it was pre-squash and folded when I received it.