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Code Compliance: Effective egress solutions are critical for meeting fire codes in basements.

By Thomas Renner, Contributing Writer 

Roughly 25 percent of adults ages 24 to 36 are still living at home with their parents, according to a 2018 report from Zillow. That’s nearly double when compared to 2005 when about 13.5 percent were doing it. Many of them are also living in basements that are not compliant with building codes for fire protection.

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