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    Which materials would be, and I can request to...

    Which materials would be, and I can request to purchase or possible ask a plumber to get them for me.
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    Propane line from tank to house?

    I have a question about a propane line from the tank to the house? In our current house, I ran a 3/4 inch copper line. I'm wondering if there is a different material that can be used and/or what is...
  3. I'm mainly curious if there are any restrictions...

    I'm mainly curious if there are any restrictions with regards to proximity at the location were the utilities enter the house.
  4. electrical supply proximity to propane line?

    I'm curious how far away an electrical supply line to a house needs to be from a propane line. I will be checking with my electrician, but I'm doing some planning right now and am curious what my...
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    thanks for the help

    thanks for the help
  6. Thread: subpanel

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    I think just for future considerations, I'll go...

    I think just for future considerations, I'll go ahead and put in a sub-panel. That way if there's remodeling and we convert it over to bedrooms, I'll already have a sub-panel there to add to. I'm...
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    Attached. The garage is attached.

    Attached.
    The garage is attached.
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    As a follow-up to my original question, I'm...

    As a follow-up to my original question, I'm thinking that the sub-panel should be sized for 40amps with a 8/3 feeder from the main breaker box. The circuits from the sub-panel would be 20amp...
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    subpanel

    I'm building a concrete house and in the garage, I'm hoping to provide for a future when that might be converted to a couple of bedrooms. I'm already putting a small bathroom with shower in it. For...
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    I'll probably pull the wire through the line at...

    I'll probably pull the wire through the line at sections at a time, so I'm not real worried about pulling the wire through the length of it. I'll pull it through a section, and then into the next;...
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    Alectrician, When you say 360 (or 270) do you...

    Alectrician,
    When you say 360 (or 270) do you mean that the total degree curve for the entire line can be no more than that, or do you mean that any turns in the line cannot exceed that? I just...
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    I can make reasonable long sweeping turns. ...

    I can make reasonable long sweeping turns. There's nothing needed that are drastic turns. There's certainly nothing more than a 20 degree. Most are likely to be much smaller and gradual, and I can...
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    Secondary (supply) line question

    I have a question about running a supply line from the electric pole to the house I'm building. (www.freewebs.com/stocktonunderground). Because the site has a few obstables (good trees, a slab,...
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    thanks for the quick response.

    thanks for the quick response.
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    Slope: Not enough

    I'm building a house and the concrete footings are already in. I'm looking to put a toilet and sink in one area that I have no opening in the footing (at the right height) to allow the drain through...
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    what's this plastic pipe you're referring to? If...

    what's this plastic pipe you're referring to? If I knew what it was called, I could hunt for it locally.
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    I'm sort of answering my own question. I swear...

    I'm sort of answering my own question. I swear that I thought I'd see a PEX that was rated for gas, but I was just told by someone that PEX is only for water.

    If this is true, then I'll have to...
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    PEX for propane?

    I'm pretty sure I'd seen a PEX rated for propane or natural gas in the past. I'm building a house and am needing to run a propane line, which will be buried from inside the house, through a footing...
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