Originally Posted By: twheeler
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In response to Don,
In the legend of the report, it states that if any item is marked “poor”, or “fair”, should be evaluated further by a licensed professional.
Further to that, in Ontario, there is a ongoing debate with the govenrning body of HVAC “TSSA”, Technical Safety and Standards Associations", as to weather a home inspector should even be permitted to remove the cover of the furnace.
They claim that we should have a G-3 license, to do so. A G-3 license is the first stage in receiving you gas fitters license, the cost is $1400.00, it takes 3 months to complete, every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, between 5-10, and every Saturday from 9-5.
And the course starts in april. Also, you have to be sponsered by a licensed gas fitter that operates his own company.
I think this can create quite a delima, as if I were to commit to this, I would lose revenue largly.