CSST Pipe Safety: Possible Risks of Having Flexible Gas Lines
Nationwide® shares what you need to know to ensure your home or building is protected from the possible safety hazards associated of Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST) – a yellow flexible pipe used to provide
Lightning strikes burn down multiple homes in one neighborhood
Neighbors in Texas neighborhood noticing a "trend" with lightning and fires...
NASFM Releases Test Results of Household Fault Current & Gas Piping
The National Association of State Fire Marshals Releases Test Results of Household Fault Current & Gas Piping (CSST & BIP). Findings in the report: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Testing of four (4) Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST)
Despite legislative blow, we will continue our fight.
KXAN investigative reporter did a great job exposing what happened this legislative session. You should be curious if your legislator knew what they voted for. Watch the video and find out.
Fire Marshals question CSST, too.
On their official website, the National Association of State Fire Marshals asks the question, "Do you have this fuel gas piping installed in your home or business?" As part of their Yellow CSST Safety Campaign,
Are you in a high risk area?
Some parts of the U.S. have a greater risk of lightning stikes than others. See where you fall on the map. Vaisala's U.S. National Lightning Detection Network® (NLDN) is the most scientifically accurate and reliable
Testing lightning’s direct effects
The vulnerability of yellow-jacketed CSST to damage from lightning is not a matter of conjecture, but has been demonstrated over and over again in laboratory tests. In their "Report of Lightning Direct Effects High Current
There are 10M homeowners who potentially have never heard of CSST, yet have it in their own home. The Foundation exists to raise awareness. We have had the privilege of telling our story to Home
CSST in the walls had been penetrated.
Friday night, April 17th, (2015) a storm cell came through our area. Lightning, wind and heavy rain. I knew that our home had been hit. We could feel the fire within the wall. We did