What is the correct height of a gas hot water heater installed in a garage?
There is going to be some variance depending on the type. The ones I have installed have a track on each side for the ends of the door to ride in and the unit sits on top of this and is bolted to the wall. This gives you the correct height. Wind the spring and adjust as needed. They are fairly simple to install, not as many pieces as a regular garage door. Make sure…
Can a building inspecter red tag a job on an assumption that the building is not what the permit was issued for. we built a garage and because we installed some cat 5 he assumed it was not a garage?
You may have to go to the county office and ask to speak to a supervisor. I'm not sure what it is about being a inspector that eventually leads them to believe they can walk on water... If you are framed for a garage door and your outlets are at garage height you will be fine. I don't think Obamma has gotten around to regulating phones in garages yet.
mate im a gas fitter in aus and the rules are quite complexed because of the following reasons if LPG water heater any leak combined with the ignition point of the car can be dangous, w/h must be protected from damage from car etc. i would recommend you getting advice from a gas fitter in your area with local knowlege
There is no height requirement in the NEC code book. You can pretty much put them where you want. I usually install them at 44" to the top of the box except where there is a work bench and then I install them 48" to the top of the box. That is just what I have found to be a good height. The choice is yours. Remember that all garage outlets must be GFCI protected.
The correct height to hang a pendant light about a table is around 30 inches. It can be a couple of inches higher or lower. The correct height to hang a pendant light about a counter or island is 34 inches. there is no rule for pendant height Use common sense: if it is over a table, it can be lower than if in a hallway
Usually the door is too heavy for the opener. With the opener disconnected, try lifting the door. A properly installed door should stay at any height as you raise it. If it wants to drop, the springs need to be tightened. The door could also be binding somewhere on the door stop or the track and over loading the opener.
This may be caused by a bent or improperly installed control arm. If the question refers to the rear control arms, the installation procedure requires setting the rear suspension to the correct "design height" (by removing the coil springs and jacking each hub to the correct height using a spacer) before tightening the control arm mounting bolts. This removes undue torsional force from the control arm bushings which can lead to premature failure
Measure the ceiling height on the inside of the room closest to the new structure. This will be your "plate" height. Meaning your top plate on the new stud wall will be at that height. This will not account for the difference in elevation between your existing slab and the proposed construction site.
In the Canadian Electrical Code there is no provision for a set height of switches or receptacles. It is left to the installer and the customer to agree on a specific height. The rule of thumb is 300 mm (12") from the floor to the center of the box for wall receptacles and 1200 mm (48") from the floor to the center of the wall switch. <<>> Answer for UK According to the On-Site Guide…
Normally a gate valve as it offers positive shut off and a globe valve is used to throttle down the velocity to prevent excessive velocity. It all depends on the height of the main riser as a balancing valve may have to be installed if the height is excessive and makes opening a gate valve really difficult
Standard base cabinet height is 34.5". Standard countertop thickness is 1.5". This creates a working countertop height of 36". Remember that this height is measured from the top of the finished floor! If you have a wood or stone floor that is 3/4" thick, you might have trouble getting some appliances installed!