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#146796 - 08/01/01 07:07 AM Home Inspection Books Available
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We've got a new area of Books on all phases of Home Inspection.

And, a Book specifically for Electrical Inspectors that includes OSHA and UL Product references. It's written by Joe Tedesco!

http://www.electrical-contractor.net/The_Store/Home_Inspection.htm

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#146797 - 08/01/01 01:36 PM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Joe WHO?! Never heard of 'im.

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#146798 - 08/01/01 02:25 PM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Redsy,

http://www.joetedesco.com/myresume.htm


I know you're kiddin' ... right?

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#146799 - 08/01/01 06:00 PM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Redsy,

http://www.joetedesco.com/myresume.htm


I know you're kiddin' ... right?



Yes, kidding.
I actually went to one of his code courses in Phila. area. 1993, I believe. Maybe '96. From what I remember, he had pictures then.
BTW, I didn't think he was that old.
(That's a compliment, Joe. I saw on your new book's site that you been at it since '57)


[This message has been edited by Redsy (edited 08-02-2001).]

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#146800 - 08/04/01 02:10 AM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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http://www.electrical-contractor.net/The_Store/Craftsman/Construction/Elec

the 'Existing Dwelling' book might answer a lot of Q's i'm asked.

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#146801 - 08/04/01 06:43 AM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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I have been around for many years. Here is a shot during the early years! Now I am old enough to vote, and still only 39 years old!!

_________________________
Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant

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#146802 - 08/04/01 06:54 AM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Great shot!
Lets see..
Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe Tedesco...

"no wonder there's no water flowing in this pipe, it's full of wire"

[This message has been edited by Redsy (edited 08-04-2001).]

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#146803 - 08/27/01 11:04 AM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Just found this.
Redsy-Have you ever thought about a career change? (Stand up comedian?) Just joking.

Joe
What is the "seal" or "stamp" in th lower right corner? Surely not the stamp of a professional engineer?

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#146804 - 08/27/01 04:05 PM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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Just found this.
Redsy-Have you ever thought about a career change? (Stand up comedian?) Just joking.



I would probably be more successful at comedt than at this!

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#146805 - 08/29/01 06:19 PM Re: Home Inspection Books Available
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>What is the "seal" or "stamp" in the lower right corner?

You didn't know that photos have to have a NRTL seal of approval these days?

That's the copyright notice of the historical society which owns the photo or the rights thereto.

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