Micheal, I will make 2 points here.
1: The first point of service was updated in 2006.
2: What if the dead front was not removed?
Thanks; knowing to use the CEC as reference is helpful.
Marcel Gratton has mentioned that on several occasions.
I always looked to the RBQ for reference!
Sorry to go off thread everyone.
NOTE: I use to comb through the RBQ website as Quebec’s point of reference for code compliance.
They like Morgan and Bartholomew, the keepers of the brotheren codex, where the place to go to unlock Quebec compliance secrets for all residential, industrial and commercial code.
They referred to the UBC, Universal Building Code, CSA, NEC, ASTM, and all relevant compliance.
They did have short comings, Roofing, Masonry and other exterior envelope building practices.
Having the presently seated government the past 18 months I did not do much research under the RBQ for my clients and our association members seeing only mysteries lay ahead.
Hopefully come Monday evening the only one hiding her secret religious vale will be fired, the party dismantled and the most confrontational of all PQ leaders looking for another job in the private sector:-)
Again, money and ethnics the cry as in 1995. The ignition source to spark riots in the street which never happened, the divisive Charter of Values.
40 years is enough. The parties now transparent, all questions finally uncovered and revealed.
Personally I can not see living and growing this unique province and Canada without either myself. They are both welcome in my nation:)
Hopefully a chapter, be it Quebec InterNACHI or MIQPC, well solidify like-minded thinkers to work for the goals WE deserve as the largest, must educated and recognized home inspection association in North america and the world for that matter.
Sorry to go off thread somewhat, but I think what I mentioned is/was relevant to what we require as Quebec’s Provencal InterNACHI home inspectors.