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Code Check Complete 3rd edition for the 2021 IRC

$59.95

Our newest and most comprehensive book is based on the 2021 IRC, UPC, UMC, and other current codes, including the 2020 NEC. It has 330 pages, including 336 illustrations and 192 tables. It includes material not found in any of our previous individual books. The book is designed for inspectors, plans examiners, contractors, home inspectors, do-it-yourselfers, and educators. The book includes notations and explanations of major changes from the previous editions of the codes, so it can be used in areas using either the 2018 or the 2021 model codes. These are the most widely used codes in the United States. Click here to see which code your state is using. The book is endorsed by the International Code Council.

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Our newest and most comprehensive book is based on the 2021 IRC, UPC, UMC, and other current codes, including the 2020 NEC. It has 330 pages, including 336 illustrations and 192 tables. It includes material not found in any of our previous individual books. The book includes notations and explanations of major changes from the previous editions of the codes, so it can be used in areas using either the 2018 or the 2021 model codes.

California Amendments

California Amendments

Errata

Errata to the First Printing of Code Check Complete 3rd edition:
Building, page 8, table 1, the correct organization for ASCE is American Society of Civil Engineers.
Building, page 31, reference in first line to F27 should be F22.
Plumbing, page 141, left column, 10th checkbox item says “Horizontal changes in trap arms per T7” and should reference T12.
Plumbing, page 154, right column, 5th checkbox, reference to P51 should be F51.
Plumbing, Page 155, Table 29, Lines 1 & 7 should each be referencing T25 not T30.
Plumbing, page 172, table 38, line 6A reference should be to T40 not T39.
Electrical, page 289, Table 43, correct max. cord & plug connected load for a 20 amp circuit is 16 amps (not 30)
Electrical, page 312, figure 87, the stop and start controls should not both be in the closed position.

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Sample Pages

CCC3 Sample Pages