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International Residential Code 2000 for One & Two Family Dwellings by International ... Council2000
International Residential Code 2003 by International ... Council2003
International Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings 2006 by International ... Council2006
2009 International Residential Code For One-and-Two Family Dwellings: Soft Cover Version by International ... Council2009

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  4. Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the International Building Code by Francis D. K. Ching (2003)
  5. International Urban-Wildland Interface Code 2003 by International Code Council (2003)
  6. Uniform Building Code Compliance Manual by Scott Parish (1999)
  7. International Energy Conservation Code, 2000 (1999)
  8. International Private Sewage Disposal Code 2003 by International Code Council (2003)
  9. 2007 California Building Code Title 24, Part 2, Volume 2 of 2 2007 California Historical Building Code, Title 24, Part 8, 2007 California Existing Building Code, Title 24, Part 10 (Volume 2) by California Building Standards Commission (2007)
  10. Uniform plumbing code by International Associa... (2011)
  11. Houses are Designed by Geniuses & Built by Gorillas: An Insider's Guide to Designing and Building a Home by Bob Johnson (1998)
  12. The Codes Guidebook for Interiors by Sharon Koomen Harmon (1994)
  13. International Property Maintenance Code 2003 (2002)
  14. Building Construction Illustrated by Francis D. K. Ching (1975)
  15. Architectural Graphic Standards by Charles George Ramsey (1941)

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