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Home built in 2003. This setup slipped through the building process and a previous home inspection:

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(water heater serves as impact protection for the impact protection barrier?) [:-tophat]

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Yes, the flue went straight up and out through the garage ceiling.

The photo creates a bit of an illusion, because the wall transitions from interior to exterior wall right behind the water heater. There is no setback in the wall, but the water heater is mostly protected (according to code) by the arrangement of the OH door. But one must turn hard left to enter the garage which makes hitting it with a car more likely than usual.

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It's very common here in Richmond (2x200 and 2x150). Why? I don't know.

Cause they got money in them there parts.

Ezra Malernee

Canton, Ohio

Richmond is back on the top ten list of places to do business. When I moved here, it was due to a fellow sales rep that said, Mike, when Washington's got pneumonia, Richmond's only got a cold." That, has proved to be true. I won't leave here until I'm done trying to make money.

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