|Posted by More on November 19, 2001 at 22:04:38:|
|In response to Re: gas pipe installation for a range|
Are the attics attached to each other so that the gas line won't run outside above ground? If they are, then sure you can continue the main gas run to the house from the furnace, and then to the range. The issue is fire and explosive gas safety. If you aren't sure about your capabilities, play it safe, call a LICENSED plumber before The turkey day......or there might be a different kind of roast.
: I want to install a gas range. I have gas in the garage for the water heater and the furnace. The pipe runs from the meter, through the garage attic, and down the inside wall of the garage. Can I run the pipe from the gas line in the attic through the house attic, and down the wall behind the range? Or do I need to go under? Please respond soon, I have been range-less since March. I want to cook a turkey on turkeyday. Thank you for your help.
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