Joe Tedesco

Joe
Tedesco

Tedesco served the industry in many roles during his career. He was a director, senior electrical code instructor for National Technology Transfer, Inc. and American Trainco, Inc.. He was also a codes, standards and seminar specialist for the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and an electrical field service specialist for the National Fire Protection Association in Quincy, Mass. He ran his own business as an NEC consultant and is a Massachusetts licensed master electrician and journeyman electrician and certified electrical inspector (one and two family 2A; General 2B, and Plan Review, 2C). Tedesco also wrote articles for CEE News and EC&M (Code Violations Illustrated and What's Wrong Here?) for more than 15 years and helped launched the Moving Violations video series.

Articles
What's Wrong Here?
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn't identify? Here's your chance to moonlight
Illustrated Catastrophes
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Think horizontal.
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Silly support.
What's Wrong Here?
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn't identify? Here's your chance to moonlight
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Low rent, no heat
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Think overexposure.
Illustrated Catastrophes
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without
What's Wrong Here?
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn't identify? Here's your chance to moonlight
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: New water feature.
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Indecent exposure.
Illustrated Catastrophes
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without
What's Wrong Here?
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn't identify? Here's your chance to moonlight
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Fill it with ice.
What's Wrong Here?
Hint: Think Too-Tall Jones
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