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You may reside in an area of the country where the majority of water heaters are located in the
garage. It is acceptable to have water heaters in the garage although there are a few things that
you ought to understand. The authority on determining what the requirements are for residential
water heater installment as well as safety is the ICC (International Code Council). The following
related information is taken from the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC) section P2801.6
and P2803.6.1 commentary.
Water heaters having an ignition source will be elevated to ensure that the source of ignition is not
less than 18" above the garage floor. An ignition source can be numerous things, including an
open flame, electrical switch, open resistance heating coils, or an electrical igniter unit.
Residential garages have a high possibility for volatile liquids, such as gasoline and paint thinners
that may spill or even leak from their containers. Since the vapors from these types of liquids are
heavier than air, they concentrate right above floor level, posing an explosion threat within
garages having a water heater.
If space is at a premium in your home, think about remodeling the attic or basement. These types
of places offer a cost-effective means to acquire extra square footage without resorting to building
an addition. If the area already has a floor, roof, and walls your project will progress along quickly
and you'll be enjoying your brand-new space in no time. professional home inspection institute
Several electric water heater thermostats have enclosed contacts, but they are just not sealed
gas tight. Consequently, if ever an electric water heater with an ignition source located less than
18" from the bottom of the unit, it is mandated that the unit be elevated so that the ignition source
(thermostat) is at least 18" above the garage floor. Electric water heaters having all switching
controls located above 18" from the bottom of the water heater are not mandated to be elevated.
Gas-fired appliances must meet the elevation requirement for elevation above the garage floor,
however, have an exception in order to enable gas-fired appliances having flammable vapor
ignition resistant (FVIR) design to be installed without elevating the unit.
Now you ought to be much more prepared when it pertains to home renovation. If you felt that you
were ready before, with the help of this information from this short article you ought to now be a
pro! The recommendations which were given should have given you some pointers that might
help you get started with enhancing your own house.
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