KITEC FITTINGS

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SEPTIC INFO

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2017
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SEPTIC SYSTEM INFORMATION

Requesting all available installation, service, and warranty records is recommended. All system documents should be filed. If a yearly inspection/servicing by a system expert has not taken place (per general maintenance guidelines), a system servicing should be scheduled prior to completion of the real estate transaction and regularly thereafter.

The system should be monitored regularly and properly maintained by the home owner. Proper system maintenance will significantly reduce the likelihood of unexpected issues, failure and repair costs. General maintenance recommendations have been included in the ‘Helpful Links’ section below.

Based on the overall age and estimated # of occupants residing at the property, a system pumping may be required. Below is a basic chart of recommended system pumping under normal usage conditions. If pump/servicing records are not available, or the last recorded pump/servicing falls outside the requirements listed below, a system pump and service is generally recommended.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND SERVICING PLEASE CONTACT: 

  Snowden Onsite Services: 512-338-1804

  snowdenonsite.com 

  NOTE: The companies and tradesmen listed in this report are provided as a courtesy to our clients. No referral fees or compensation to TAHI Services PLLC are offered or accepted for providing this information. TAHI Services does not guarantee the workmanship or professionalism of the listed companies.  All referred companies are vetted and company research is performed prior to inclusion in this list.

HELPFUL LINKS: 

http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/licensing/ossf/ossfadvice.html

https://www.tceq.texas.gov/licensing/ossf/ossfhomeowners.html

http://www3.epa.gov/npdes/pubs/homeowner_guide_long.pdf

 

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REFERENCED MATERIAL – INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL M1305.1.3
Appliances in attics.
Attics containing appliances requiring access shall be provided with an opening and a clear and unobstructed passageway large enough to allow removal of the largest appliance, but not less than 30 inches (762 mm) high and 22 inches (559 mm) wide and not more than 20 feet (6096 mm) long when measured along the centerline of the passageway from the opening to the appliance. The passageway shall have continuous solid flooring in accordance with Chapter 5 not less than 24 inches (610 mm) wide. A level service space at least 30 inches (762 mm) deep and 30 inches (762 mm) wide shall be present along all sides of the appliance where access is required. The clear access opening dimensions shall be a minimum of 20 inches by 30 inches (508 mm) by 762 mm), where such dimensions are large enough to allow removal of the largest appliance.
Exceptions:
1. The passageway is not required where the level service space is present when the access is open, and the appliance can be serviced and removed through the required opening.
2. Where the passageway is unobstructed and not less than 6 feet high (1929 mm) and 22 inches wide for its entire length, the passageway shall not be limited in length.
3. In existing structures the access opening shall be large enough for removal and replacement of the largest piece of the equipment.

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City of Austin Ordinance

ICC/IRC Code Information 

General Information – Fireplace Installation Standards 

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EXAMPLE #1 – SKYLIGHT FLASHING

EXAMPLE #2 – SKYLIGHT FLASHING

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Please read and sign the following agreement prior to the date of services. Failure to submit a signed agreement may affect scheduling.

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