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#47866 - 01/27/05 06:57 PM load calculation on a 2 family dwelling
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I wanted to know if there is a formula for a 2 family load calculation. I've got the single dwelling calculations. Multifamily seems to start at 3 family. 220.33 tells me to compute the loads under part II. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks ...ToHo

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#47867 - 01/27/05 07:57 PM Re: load calculation on a 2 family dwelling
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Check out Article 220. If you're going to bid & design you need to be able to do the calculations.

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