Free Education

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Thanks for the info!!!

More of what NACHI is about Thanks Chuck .
Roy Cooke …

Here is another to help people starting a small business.

Roy Cooke …

Thanks Charles, here’s another good link about Decks, I don’t know where I got it.

Great and thanx Lewis, you know if everyone that looked at this thread gave just 1 piece of info or web site for free education:shock: It is what we are about too!:wink:

Thanks Charles and Roy.

Thanks guys.

Come on now, everyone knows or has some info that may be of use to others, Gary , George, Tom, Dick and Harry!!!:slight_smile:

This one on Mobile Homes Inspections Thanx to Marcel.

and these are also good to keep,
Welcome to NACHI

Look here:

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Good luck, and don’t worry about it. Study up on it and it’s a cake walk.

Arizona Certified Home Inspector

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” ~Thomas Edison

A Real big one for NACHI members only need your NACHI name and Password .

Roy Cooke

Just got this to-day, may be of interest to some.

Putting Public Safety First

charles crooker,

The Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) has a mandate to improve safety for Ontario citizens in the fuels and other regulated sectors. TSSA is officially designated by Ontario’s Ministry of Government Services to administer and enforce the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000, which governs fuels safety in Ontario. As part of our safety mandate and continuous improvement program, effective March 1, 2007, the TSSA will be adopting the Ontario Installation Code for Oil-Burning Equipment, 1st Edition/2006 under Director’s Order FS-093-06.

The Ontario Installation Code for Oil-Burning Equipment incorporates the CSA B139 Codes, and provides additional requirements that go beyond the scope of the national code. The amendments in the Ontario code were developed by TSSA in consultation with industry stakeholders; reflect practical implementation issues; and are based on equivalent safety to the national codes.

To view Director’s Order FS-093-06, please click on the link provide below.

To obtain a copy of the Ontario Installation Code for Oil-Burning Equipment, please contact the CSA. Order inquiries should be directed to CSA at 1-800-463-6727, or shop online at

Also, the Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association will be conducting training on the Ontario Fuel Oil Code. Inquiries should be directed to COHA at 1-877-331-9668 or Registration information can be found under the Ontario Chapter link.

01/15/07Ontario Adopts Ontario Installation Code for Oil-Burning Equipment, 1st Edition/2006 - March 1, 2007(0.6Mb)

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Just found 101 Fabulous Freebies

Plus a free virus protector that seems better then Norton

Roy Cooke
A Happy NACHI Member .

This takes you to esa and their question and the Canadian electrical code answer.

Roy Cooke

Thanks Roy and I can’t even give you Rep. points. It’s telling me that I have to spread it around. Go figure!!

Underground Oil Tanks


Aluminum wiring by ESA

Knob and Tube wiring by ESA