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Old 02-18-2020, 07:34 PM   #1
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What is the Minimum and maximum amount of inches for a vertical siamese connection off the side wall of a commercial building in NYC as per code.
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What is the Minimum and maximum amount of inches for a vertical siamese connection off the side wall of a commercial building in NYC as per code.
if you were a plumber in NYC you would have the code book for that, wouldnt you?
especially a journeyman in the union, with all the resources of the union for you to use..
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if you were a plumber in NYC you would have the code book for that, wouldnt you?
especially a journeyman in the union, with all the resources of the union for you to use..
Not to mention, you posted the question in the most irrelevant place possible.
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