The frost line—also known as frost depth or freezing depth—is most commonly
the depth to which the groundwater in soil is expected to freeze. The frost depth ...
The frost line in upstate New York is greater than 48 inches in most areas and ...
wind, the shores of lakes and open meadows often feature less snow depth than
www.dos.ny.gov/DCEA/pdf/9E WB combined.pdf
Frost line depth b. Termite c. Table R301.2(1). ▫ Weathering. ▫ NYS is entirely in
the severe zone. ▫ Concrete requirements. ▫ Frost line depth. ▫ Based on local ...
When you excavate your footings you will need to dig below the frost line.This is
the depth at which the moisture present in the soil is expected to freeze.
Dec 1, 2010 ... The Residential Code of New York State-2010 ... SEISMIC DESIGN. CATEGORY
e. Weathering a. Frost Line. Depth b. Termite c. ICE BARRIER.
... City of Syracuse. These plans are reviewed for compliance with New York
State codes: ... Residential Code of New York State (2010) ... Frost Line: 42
Maximum freeze depth corresponds to the maximum frost depth for the year with
... and Saskatchewan sites and site 4018 in New York indicate that frost
penetration ..... The figure is an x-y scatter plot, with a solid diagonal line of
4 bars shall be located in the middle third of the footing depth. ... Extended below
the frost line specified in Table R301.2.(1); .... on expansive soils shall be
designed in accordance with Section 1805.8 of the Building Code of New York
... are not required to extend below the frost line when protected from frost by
insulation in ... Foundations protected from frost in accordance with Figure R403.
3(1) and ... R-values for vertical and horizontal insulation and minimum footing
depth. .... Kings, Livingston, Monroe, Nassau, New York, Niagara, Onondaga,
weather.buffalostate.edu/sites/weather.buffalostate.edu/files/uploads/photos/PDF/Frost Tube Poster.pdf
The frost tubes were installed at two locations within Western. New York, United
States. Frost tube measurement showing a frost depth of 8.8 cm (3.5 inches).