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conversion liability question
This is something I have been wondering about for a while and thought I would see what you guys say about it.
We are in the process of getting gas in our town and people are flocking to get it installed and conversions done.
What my question is, is who is responsible for making the conversions on the appliances themselves? In other words, the kitchen stove, dryer, wall heater, water heater, etc.
I know I can do the heating system and most likely the on demand water heaters, (or at least I think I can), but not sure about the rest of the "appliances". I have a mechanical administrators license and my plumbers card, but am not sure if that directly enables me to do this work. I am not sure if the basic appliances need to have an appliance certified person do it or not.
I would hate to have the homeowner have to have multiple guys come in to do the conversions, but at the same time, I absolutely do not want any possibility of liability for doing something outside my licensing
Hope to hear from anyone and everyone!
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