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 ...
a foundation from frost action, most foundations are designed and constructed ...
freeze depth of the soil line under the house is raised. However, manufacturer ...
The average frost line depth in southern Pennsylvania is 36 inches. The frost line
(also referred to as frost depth or freezing depth) is the average depth in which ...
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.
Apr 27, 2012 ... Q: How do you determine the depth of the deck footings to assure you have gone
below the frost line? I live in central New Jersey, and thought ...
Joanne C., Hanover, PA. DEAR JOANNE: The freeze or frost line is the depth to
which the soil freezes or has been known to freeze at some point in the past.
Maximum freeze depth corresponds to the maximum frost depth for the year with
the deepest frost penetration ... 42 (PA), 1606, 8, 0.568, 0.771, DEC, MAR.
How can a foundation wall extend below a frost line if the top of the footer is
above ... From the 2009 IRC, Table R301.2(1): The frost line depth may require
..... Jar, could you post a drawing of how it's done in PA! or your area?
www.eastwhiteland.org/administration/codes/Buidling Codes Permits/EWT Deck Specification Guide.pdf
Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (UCC) referencing the International ....
ground and be dug to a depth not less than the frost line depth of 36”. No less ...
... footings are not required to extend below the frost line when protected from
frost by insulation ... Foundations protected from frost in accordance with Figure
R403.3(1) and Table ... TABLE R403.3(1) MINIMUM FOOTING DEPTH AND
INSULATION REQUIREMENTS FOR FROST-PROTECTED .... Pennsylvania, All