Re: fixing a problem that violates city hall restrictions
The short and sweet jists of it is that chemicals, carbon monoxide, and other noxious fumes can seep through to the living space and be deadly, that is why no access from bedrooms to a garage. Like Libcarp said, call it something else and remove all bedroom furnishings from the room when you go to sell it and there should be no harm, no foul, with inspectors or code. To completely take the room out of "living space", remove the entry door from the house into the room and store it in the garage when time of sale occurs.
Originally Posted by ed21
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!