Pa. city requires gas detectors to be installed in new buildings

04/30/2013 | Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Pa.)

The city of Williamsport, Pa., is enforcing a code in place since 2009 that requires builders to install gas and smoke detectors in new homes and buildings in an effort to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. "When our guys check on the construction or renovations done, they will inspect the building to see whether there are properly functioning carbon monoxide detectors and smoke alarms," said City Codes Administrator Joe Gerardi.

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