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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frost_line

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 ...

diy.stackexchange.com/questions/30324/how-where-can-i-find-out-what-the-frost-line-is-for-my-area

Aug 4, 2013 ... The Santa Cruz County Municipal Code states "Frost line depth = 12 inches below ... Contact your local Building Code Department. They have ...

www.decks.com/how-to/264/deck-footing-frost-depth-map

When you excavate your footings you will need to dig below the frost line.This is ... Always check with your local building inspections department to see what is ...

charlesandhudson.com/check_the_frost_line_before_digging_footings

This is determined by the frost line in your area and the map above (courtesy of ... You should also check your local building codes and call the city and speak to ...

www.plumbinghelp.ca/frost-line-depth-north-america

In this article, we will cover the Frost Line Depth in North America. Frost Depth or Freezing Depth is the maximum depth within the soil, where groundwater is ...

www.innovateus.net/earth-matters/what-frost-line

In the majority of cases, local building inspector offices should also have information concerning the frost line. This local source of information is often the most ...

answers.angieslist.com/What-frost-line-relevance-building-digging-q140614.aspx

That is why you go below frost depth (other than to prevent pipes freezing, ... Your local building official can provide requirements for your area ...

github.com/waldoj/frostline/blob/master/zipcodes.csv

frostline - A dataset, API, and parser for USDA plant hardiness zones.

www.extension.umn.edu/garden/landscaping/implement/deck_footings.html

The frost line is the maximum depth where the ground will freeze in the winter. ... to add strength to the footing (if necessary), especially if required by local code.