Carbon Monoxide Law for State of Washington SOLD Homes

State of Washington New Carbon Monoxide Law for Sold Homes

Effective April 1, 2012 the new code requires a property owner to install carbon monoxide alarms when alterations, repairs or additions requiring a permit or when one or more sleeping rooms are added or created.

Requires the Seller of any owner-occupied single-family residence to equip the residence with carbon monoxide alarms before a buyer or any other person may legally occupy the residence following the sale. This requirement applies to all single family residences, including single family homes, condominiums, and manufactured/mobile homes. 
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March 29 2012 - Spokane
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