Ran Gas Lines for Generator

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Howdy,

I ran my lines for my generator over the weekend, I have them temporarily strapped to the exterior foundation, however, I am looking for a permanent solution.

I was initially thinking galvanized straps and tapcon screws, but figured I'd phone some friends before I get drilling. I don't have room to use unistrut nor do I want that look. Do tapcons fair in weather?
 

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Howdy,

I ran my lines for my generator over the weekend, I have them temporarily strapped to the exterior foundation, however, I am looking for a permanent solution.

I was initially thinking galvanized straps and tapcon screws, but figured I'd phone some friends before I get drilling. I don't have room to use unistrut nor do I want that look. Do tapcons fair in weather?
They hold ok in weather. I think there are stainless tapcons that I would use.
 

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As for the valve that is short of the generator I am going to use a unistrut driven into the ground, but trying to figure out the proper pipe clamp to use.
 
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