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City Electrical Inspector prior to acceptance

1113

HARD WIRED SMOKE DETECTORS

Install a hard-wired, dual-sensor (photoelectric and ionization) smoke detection alarm, as required. Must conform to all applicable municipal ordinances, fire and/or building codes. Unit should have testing

capacity, and be of medium or higher quality.

1114

BATTERY OPERATED SMOKE DETECTORS

Install a battery operated, dual-sensor (photoelectric and ionization) smoke detection alarm.

Must

conform to all applicable municipal ordinances and/or building codes. Unit should have a push-button battery tester and be of medium or higher quality.

1115

RANGE HOOD

Install Energy Star power vented range hood that exhausts to the exterior. As feasible, run through roof

vs. side wall.

1200 MASONRY

1201

POURED CONCRETE PORCH

Install a poured concrete porch floor. Temporarily support the porch roof. Remove old porch floor materials from the site. Provide a 42" trench footing around the perimeter of the porch. Pour 8" thick vertical support walls to a height of 5" below the bottom of the door threshold. Include two horizontal re- rods in the wall and include vertical re-rods 4-0 O.C. to tie in the horizontal slab. Fill cavity with compacted sand or gravel fill. Pour the 4" floor slab to a height of ½" below the door threshold. Reinforce the floor slab with a 6" x 6", 10 gauge wire mesh. Slope to drain properly and trowel smooth and leave a light broom finish. Keep moist (or chemically cure) and allow 72 hours to cure properly. Use 4,000-lb. psi, compression strength, concrete mix for floor. 3,000 lb. psi mix may be used in footings. Do not pour if the temperature is below 35° F without covering with insulated blankets or other

sufficient means of keeping concrete from freezing.

1202

POURED CONCRETE DRIVEWAY

Break up and remove all old concrete from job site. Furnish and install a concrete driveway. Sub-grade shall be well drained, uniformly graded and compacted to prevent differential settlement. Concrete shall be four (4) inches thick minimum. Lay 6" x 6" wire mesh over base and tie edges so that the entire area is covered and securely tied with 1/16" soft wire. Provide expansion joints at a public sidewalk or curb end. At garage slab use ½thick preformed expansion joints. Trowel smooth and leave a light broom finish. Keep moist (or chemically cure) and allow 72 hours to cure properly. Where the width of the driveway exceeds 10 feet, center the contraction joints. Use 4,000 psi compression strength mix. Do not pour on frozen ground, or if the temperature is below 35° F without covering with insulated blankets or

other sufficient means of keeping concrete from freezing.

1203

POURED CONCRETE SIDEWALK

Remove the existing sidewalk and haul from the job site. All exterior sidewalks shall be a minimum of 3' wide and 3½" thick with contraction joints spaced not more than 1½ times the sidewalk width. Expansion joints shall not be more than 30 feet apart. Slope walk away from foundation a minimum of ¼ inch per foot and a maximum of 1 inch per foot, float trowel to true surface and leave a light broom finish. Install ½" x 4" asphalt strip expansion joints at each end of walk which abuts walks, curbs, steps, walls, etc. Do not pour on frozen ground, or if the temperature is below 35° F without covering with

insulated blankets or other sufficient means of keeping concrete from freezing. Use 4,000 psi mix.

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