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As of October 1st, 2018, stoves and solid fuel stoves (such as wood, pellets, ecological logs and charcoal) must be replaced if they emit more than 2.5 g / h of fine particles into the atmosphere. After that date, the use of solid fuel burning equipment will become prohibited unless it has been recognized by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) stating that its particulate matter emissions are within the standards.
As a resident, you could be fined up to $ 2,000. Companies could receive a fine up to $ 5,000 for using a non-compliant device.
All the owners of the 19 boroughs of Montreal city with a fireplace or solid fuel stoves (such as wood, pellets, ecological logs and charcoal) that emit more than 2.5 g / h of fine particles into the atmosphere.
NB: If you have a gas or propane fireplace, you are lucky! You have no changes to make and you can continue to use your device, because this new regulation does not concern you.
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Find more details on the regulations via the website of the city of Montreal.
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With city permit
As for my understanding
Removal of load bearing wall
1) New footing and 2 steel post in basement or Lvl post
Includes removal of old cement and dirt
And repair cement floor
2) Floor Joist sister up 12-2x10 in basement 16"
13 main floor 2x10 x16 " using framing nail includes structural simpson ties with 10D joist hanger nail
3) New steel drop beam or LVL max 15 " opening with post either side
4) Add 2- 2x10 to exiting (flush) intel
5) Old opening of door entrance 2"
New 3- 2x8 Lintel in basement enlarge opening 3"
using 2- 2x6"SPF post either side
Please send me the estimate
I have two bathrooms and kitchens that need to be fixed. A brief list of work is here:
- Basic Plumping like change the tabs, valves and sink pipe
- Basic Electric like install an outlet in kitchen, hood, fan
- Construction like painting, replace the cabinet, repair the frames, install a ceramic and tiles
Both bathrooms on 2nd floor.
House is 35 years old tub and shower are original.
Main Bathroom H94, W59, L121 Tub W31,L59
Gut existing bathroom.
Replace drywall where required. Install new bathtub, tile and faucets. Install toilet, vanity (1 sink), mirror and task light. Paint. Install new tile flooring. Install towel bars.
2nd Bathroom shower H89, W28, L49
Demolish shower. Install new shower complete with new wall tiles H89, W28, L49.
Include bench seat in shower and new shower light
No replacements have been bought and would like advice on what and where to buy, or contractor can supply.