|Posted by hj on March 29, 19100 at 09:07:48:|
|In response to Re: plumbing for outdoor fireplace|
With gas, the safest advice is: "If you have to ask how to do it, have it done by an expert." If it is done improperly, you could become an item on the 6 o'clock news. If not immediately, then some time in the future. Gas is patient. It will wait for years before it causes a problem, but when it does it is sometimes spectacular. I could give some interesting cases which could have been deadly, except for a bit of luck.
: I want to install a natural gas fireplace using gas fire logs on my patio. I would like to tee off from my dryer line. First of all is the legal to do? If it is, do I need any other special equipment besides a shut off valve near the tee and a regulator at the fireplace. Any other advice would be helpful.(tubing selection, routing, do's and don'ts)
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