• Advocacy Links & Resources

    International Code Council
    The International Fuel Gas Code establishes minimum requirements for fuel gas systems and gas fired appliances.
    The International residential Code establishes minimum requirements for one and two family dwellings and town houses.
    All other 2018 International Codes can be found here.

    National Fire Protection Association
    NFPA 211 reduces fire hazards by ensuring the safe removal of flue gases, the proper installation of solid fuel-burning appliances, and the correct construction and installation of chimneys, fireplaces, and venting systems.

    NFPA 54.ANSIZ223.1 provides minimum safety requirements for the design and installation of fuel gas piping systems in homes and other buildings.

  • NFI - National Fireplace Institute

    The National Fireplace institute Promotes Safety, Understanding and Responsibility in all facets of hearth appliances and products through Professional Training, Certification and Public Education Programs since 1981. NFI certifies installers in three hearth product categories based on fuel type. Wood, Gas, Pellet. NFI also recognizes individuals who have successfully gained all three NFI Certifications as Master Hearth Professionals®. These individuals have reached the highest level of certification in the hearth industry and proudly display that title.