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schedule 40 PVC or ABS.

1025

P-TRAP INSTALLATION

Install a P-type trap. The trap shall be 17ga. Chrome-plated or sch. 40 PVC or ABS plastic.

1026

SUMP PIT

The sump pump requires a separate single outlet circuit. Any grounding cable to the electrical service panel must be properly bonded at all times; do not cut or remove. A minimum 3½” of concrete floor thickness shall be maintained as per code. The sump pit well shall extend a minimum of 1” above finished concrete floor. All sump pump drainage/discharge pipes shall be discharged into the storm sewer system. Where a public storm sewer is not available the subsoil drainage shall discharge outside

the building so that it will not return to the building or cause a nuisance to adjacent property, as per code.

1027

EXTERIOR FAUCET

Install a freeze proof outside faucet, which has a built in vacuum breaker.

1028

WATER METER

Install an outside meter reader to be supplied by the Water Department.

1029

GAS METER

Arrange for the Gas Company to install a gas meter dial on the outside of the house.

1030

RELOCATE GAS METER

Relocate gas meter from basement interior to exterior of house. Meter to be relocated to exterior in vacinity of current site. Coordinate relocation of meter with a representative from MidAmerican Energy, 319-298-5138, and (sub)contractor to perform any necessary gas line replumbing subsequent to meter

relocation.

1100 ELECTRICAL

1101

BREAKER PANEL

Inadequately sized electrical service will be replaced by a breaker-type system, properly grounded.

Size of service panel to be determined on an individual basis.

1102

HIGH AMPERAGE CIRCUITS

Separate circuits shall be installed, as indicated, for washers, dryers, electric stoves, air conditioners,

refrigerators and other such high-amperage appliances.

1103

WALL OUTLETS

All rooms, except as otherwise noted, shall contain a minimum of two separate and remote wall-type

convenience outlets.

Habitable rooms shall have convenience outlets positioned so that no portable

appliance will be more than 6'-0" from a remote wall-type convenience outlet. extension, or zip cords shall not be used or allowed as permanent wiring.

Temporary wiring,

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