The Minnesota code book for the design, construction, addition, alteration, and repair of residential buildings!
If you are in the state of Minnesota and are ready to design, construct, alter, add, or repair residential buildings, then the 2015 Minnesota Residential Code is the code book for you. Not only is this book about the construction aspects of residential buildings, it also includes chapters on Administration, Radon, and Energy.
What’s more, the 2015 Minnesota Residential Code fully integrates the 2012 International Residential Code (with the exemption of Chapters 11 through 43). Additionally, the Minnesota chapters 1300 Administration, 1303 Special Provisions and Radon, and 1322 Energy are all there for you.
With all this information jam packed into one soft cover book, your life will be easier because you will not be carrying around individual Minnesota amendments and the individual 2012 International Residential Code book.
Check out the table of contents below and see how the 2015 Minnesota Residential Code book can benefit you as a constructor or designer.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - Scope and Administration
2015 Minnesota Building Code Administration
2015 Minnesota Provisions to the Minnesota State Building Code (Including Radon)
2015 Minnesota Residential Energy Code
Chapter 2 [RE] - Definitions
Chapter 3 [RE] - General Requirements
Chapter 4 [RE] - Referenced Standards
Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1309
Chapter 2 - Definitions
Chapter 3 - Building Planning
Chapter 4 - Foundations
Chapter 5 - Floors
Chapter 6 - Wall Construction
Chapter 7 - Wall Covering
Chapter 8 - Roof-Ceiling Construction
Chapter 9 - Roof Assemblies
Chapter 10 - Chimneys and Fireplaces
Chapter 11 [RE] - Energy Efficiency
Chapter 12 - Mechanical Administration
Chapter 25 - Plumbing Administration
Section P2904 - Dwelling Unit Fire Systems
Chapter 34 - General Requirements
Chapter 44 - Referenced Standards
Appendix K - Sound Transmission
Appendix L - Permit Fees
This code book is provided to you from the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry and the International Code Council.
Be sure to purchase the definitive residential code for the state of Minnesota today!