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What is the code definition of a loft for a Tiny House?
Monday, June 7, 2021
A Tiny House loft is “a floor level located more than 30 inches above the main floor, open to the main floor on one or more sides with a ceiling height of less than 6 feet 8 inches and used as a living or sleeping space,” according to the 2018 edition of the International Residential Code (IRC AQ102.1) and the residential edition of the Florida Building Code (FBC).
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And some of our other articles about Tiny Houses:
• What is the code definition of a Tiny House?
• What is the code minimum size of a Tiny House loft?
• What is the code minimum ceiling height of a Tiny House?
• What are the code requirements for emergency escape from a Tiny House loft?
• What are the code requirements for a stairway to a Tiny House loft?
• What are the code requirements for a ladder to a Tiny House loft?
• What are the code requirements for loft guard rails in a Tiny House?
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