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Old 12-29-2017, 03:51 AM   #1
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Is there any online resource for oklahoma ipc codes so I can study them without spending an arm and a leg? I make decent money as an apprentice but I'd rather not drop 100 dollars on a book if I can help it.

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From what I see the State has adopted the ICC 2015 Plumbing Code. ICC has a free online access to it's I codes. You can read online but will have a time trying to get it any other way. >>>> https://codes.iccsafe.org/I-codes.html/

https://www.ok.gov/oubcc/

The 2015 IPC is about $65.00, not to bad at all guy. >>>> http://shop.iccsafe.org/codes/2015-i...+Gas+%28PMG%29

This said I have no idea how it is enforced there, completely, changes between AHJ or what.

Here is the link to the modification of the IPC for OK. >>>> https://www.ok.gov/oubcc/documents/P...%20Website.pdf
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I mean, who wants to pay money for a book? Go back to Braums
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100 bucks? Thatís a a small price to pay if you figure what youíll make over an entire career. Maybe Iím old, but having the code book close to you while in the field is the best way to go. Donít skimp on knowledge and good tools.
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If it's all I can get I'll drop the 100 if need be I was just hoping for maybe a digital version of it that would be cheaper and easier to refrence.

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Yep that's what I've been looking at, I was explaining to the post before that I wasn't trying to skimp or just not buy altogether. I'm serious about certification lol.

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100 bucks? Thatís a a small price to pay if you figure what youíll make over an entire career. Maybe Iím old, but having the code book close to you while in the field is the best way to go. Donít skimp on knowledge and good tools.












Stan, how much did you pay when you got your FL master's license? I paid around $3000 or $3500 to get licensed. IF I remember correctly, all the code books were like $750. Then there were the test fees, hotel for one night, application fee, background check, fingerprint fee, etc. etc.

Just the "Contractor's Manual" book was $149.00.
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Stan, how much did you pay when you got your FL master's license? I paid around $3000 or $3500 to get licensed. IF I remember correctly, all the code books were like $750. Then there were the test fees, hotel for one night, application fee, background check, fingerprint fee, etc. etc.

Just the "Contractor's Manual" book was $149.00.
Not sure exactly, but Iíve spent a lot over the years.
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