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Level Sustainable Building Series: Wet areas

Abbreviation
BK077
Amendment
Updated Oct 2016
Valid from
01/03/2009

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
LEVEL Sustainability Series
Format
PDF, Hard copy

Description

This publication describes all key aspects of the design and construction of internal wet areas in domestic buildings. It sets out statutory requirements with an emphasis on bathrooms, and suggests processes and standards that responsible building practitioners should take account of.

Scope

This publication covers: 

  • wet areas and the New Zealand Building Code
  • common wet area problems
  • flood prevention
  • preventing water penetration
  • wet area design considerations
  • spatial design
  • wet area floors
  • wet area walls
  • fixtures and fittings
  • sustainability.  
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Level Sustainable Building Series: Wet areas

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Level Sustainable Building Series: Wet areas

Description

This publication describes all key aspects of the design and construction of internal wet areas in domestic buildings. It sets out statutory requirements with an emphasis on bathrooms, and suggests processes and standards that responsible building practitioners should take account of.

View on Information Provider website
Level Sustainable Building Series: Wet areas
Description

This publication describes all key aspects of the design and construction of internal wet areas in domestic buildings. It sets out statutory requirements with an emphasis on bathrooms, and suggests processes and standards that responsible building practitioners should take account of.

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

Level Sustainable Building Series: Wet areas

This resource does not CITE any other resources.
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