With the 2017 City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code Complete you get the 2017 City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code Amendment and the 2016 California Plumbing Code (Title 24, Part 5) all in one convenient set.
Plumbing isn’t something you want to mess around with. Stay up to date and informed with the 2017 City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code Complete! Plumbing is something that needs to be up to date and current all the time and with the code complete you can make sure that your business and buildings are staying relevant and informed. With the 2017 City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code Complete you get the 2017 City of Los Angeles Plumbing Code Amendment and the 2016 California Plumbing Code (Title 24, Part 5) all in one convenient set. The texts are based off the California Plumbing Code (CPC) which states mechanical design and construction standards. The 2016 California Plumbing Code comes complete with the full text of the 2015 Uniform Plumbing Code. Some of the topics covered in the plumbing code are fuel gas, medical gas, installation standards, firefighting air replenishment systems, mobile home parks, exhaust venting, and private sewage disposal systems. By keeping up to date with the newest and best additions to the plumbing code you are making sure your business is protected against the hazards that come from plumbing piping and systems. These hazards happen through quality of materials, location, construction, design, installation and operation of the piping systems located in California.
About the California Building Standards Commission: The organization behind the California Plumbing Code is the California Building Standards Commission which was established in 1953. The mission of the CBSC is to make sure the state building standards and administrative regulations make sense and can be used in a daily business setting. Their vision is to make sure that the statewide building codes that are developed are adopted by the businesses and that the process of adoption is efficient and effective. Since all the codes have to do with businesses in California the CBSC encourages help and input from California representatives to develop them.