I see from some of the photos posted that the GEC used is solid copper. In MI, the standard GEC is #6 stranded bare copper with two 5/8" x 10' grounds driven not less than 6' apart. If a water meter is present, you must also bond around the water meter. Same rules in CO? If the solid GEC is required, what's up with that? I have only run across solid copper in my remodels.[/QUOTE]Solid, stranded, jacketed, covered, insulated, armored, doesn't matter. It's all okay. The largest required for ground rods is #6, but for a GEC to a water line or building steel, you need to size in accordance with Table 250.66
Sounds like something got lost in the translation. Nobody would say such a thing. UNLESS... this home has all ungrounded wiring and somebody refitted all the recs with 3 prong recs.Second question, my wifes clients (she is a realtor) just had a home inspector tell them that a GFCI was required on every circuit. I have neverr herd of this and to my knowledge, the NEC doesn't require this. Any feedback?