Complete Book Pack for Prep Class


Complete Book Pack Includes:

  • 2018 Uniform Mechanical Code
  • 2018 International Mechanical Code
  • 2018 International Fuel Gas Code
  • Modern Refrigeration 21st Edition
  • ADI Ductulator
  • Texas Laws and Rules
  • Preprinted Tabs
  • Standard Ground Shipping
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  1. Sabino lopez

    excellent program

  2. Daniel Castro

    are these all the books i will need to prep for the test

    • Bob Delahunt

      These are the books we consider essential to passing the exam. Additional books that are allowed into the exam include the Manual J, N, and D. We have seen very little come out of those additional books and don’t feel they are necessary to buy. If you want those additional books they are available from ACCA for $395. We just don’t feel that is worth it for a couple of questions on the exam.

  3. Eddie C.

    Hi, I noticed that 2021 edition for some hvac prep books its already available, is it necessary to get this newer edition or the 2018 are still good to use? Thank you

    • Bob Delahunt

      The 2021 Codes are out and available, but have not been approved by the State of Texas yet. Typically new codes are adopted 2-3 years after their release. The 2018 codes were just recently adopted and all the testing is based on those 2018 editions of the codes.

  4. roy norwood

    What do you estimate your pass/fail rate at on passing the 1st time?

    • Bob Delahunt

      Test prep companies will quote 98% pass rates all the time. Don’t believe those kinds of numbers. Everyone comes to the table with different skills using books, with math, and even with their grasp of the English language. An honest rate for first timers after taking our course is 80-85%.

  5. Ricardo Mena

    do the books come in a binder format? or are they hardcover ?

    • Bob Delahunt

      The code books are soft cover. The laws and rules are comb bound, and Modern Refrigeration is hard cover.

  6. Zack DiGrigoli

    Is the 2018 books still what we’re to buy in 2022?

    • Bob Delahunt

      Yes, the 2018 books are what are being tested from right now. We usually get at least 3 months notice when they adopt a new code cycle. We haven’t heard anything yet about adopting the 2021 codes.

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