Change In Fire Code Prohibits Grills On Decks For Some Residents Of Apartments And Condos (CT)

There will be no more grilling hot dogs or hamburgers on decks and balconies of Connecticut apartment buildings.  A little-noticed change in the newly revised Connecticut State Fire Prevention Code, which took effect May 7, prohibits the use and storage of any type of grill or cooking device on decks, beneath overhangs or within 10 feet of the building.    Read the article………..


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