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Help With Home Project - October 5, 2014, 09:07 PM

Looking for someone with experience running gas lines.

I need to run a line about 25ft in my garage above ground. If anyone has the tools and experience doing this could use your help with the job.

I want to use CSST with a 2 psi regulator on a 125 gallon propane tank.

If you have experience could use your help. I want to do the job myself and learn a bit as well.

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Please PM me if you could be of service. Can do the job anytime during the week or weekend.


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October 5, 2014, 10:22 PM

I know you want to take this on but I seriously don't recommend anyone other than an experienced plumber/gas fitter mess with gas kines.
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October 6, 2014, 12:37 AM

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I know you want to take this on but I seriously don't recommend anyone other than an experienced plumber/gas fitter mess with gas kines.
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Done wrong..........boom! Propane is best left to someone trained and certified. Your gas company will supply the regulator.

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October 6, 2014, 07:46 AM

fwiw, I also recommend getting a permit for this work. A master plumber can do this for you.

If anything should happen to go bad, and the work was done without a permit, your insurance company would have reason not to pay.


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October 7, 2014, 09:27 PM

This is what I was asking. If there is someone trained and certified that would be willing to teach as well to do the project. Not opposed to getting permits if need be. I want the job done right not hacked. I know a little bit from research and enough to know if someone is blowing smoke when talking about the install.

If anyone can help still interested.


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This is what I was asking. If there is someone trained and certified that would be willing to teach as well to do the project. Not opposed to getting permits if need be. I want the job done right not hacked. I know a little bit from research and enough to know if someone is blowing smoke when talking about the install.

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