|Posted by hj on July 16, 2003 at 14:09:34:|
|In response to Re: Removing a gas line to outdoor grill?|
ALWAYS cap it as close to the source inside the house as possible. Any buried line could eventually leak if it is still a "live" line.
: We currently have an inground gas grill installed in our back yard. We would like to remove the grill, but we are unsure about what to do about the gas line. There is copper fittings inside the house, but in the ground outside, it is a rubber hose.
: Would it be better to cap the gas line outside, or inside the house? HELP!
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