Well to me it meant that the HI inspector didn't catch it or they didn't have one at all. Most regional counties are online and
Originally Posted by kwired
that can be checked if a gas fire place was ever inspected at time of it's installation.
Most of the housing in that area of the OP is not Low End and has had a houing boom for over a decade, They've keep close eyes on this area. Ill wager that the OP bought a near new residence.
from the link " Any gas piping that is being added or modified must be listed on the application along with the type of gas piping or tubing being used. CSST gas piping MAY ONLY be installed by a certified installer. CSST gas piping must also be bonded by a licensed electrician."
Now I don't know all the codes of mechnical but around here it's back pipe, (natural gas) and not copper pipe for residental.
CSST has be a sore point within the state and also a on/off again within certain counties...
They need to have someone pressure test the line and or QA that infact it's up to Code and bond it if they use CSST.
If you are even thirsty, you are two quarts low.