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I'm having a home inspection tomorrow for buying a house. This house has a ventless stove and it is 3 inches away from the window sil. By the time you put up drapes, they are going to be next to the stove. Is this up to code

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Hi,
Probably not, but codes vary greatly from state to state and even in different municipalities...so the best thing to do is to call the code enforcement officer that has the authority where the house is...

At any rate I would have it removed or moved before closing on the property...

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