Thank you for reading my post!
I have a question regarding the propane line for the heater. I currently have 3/8 solid copper for my stove working just great. The thing is that the heater needs a 3/4 line and the installer tells me I need to run one new line from the propane tank and have a "t" to feed the stove and another "t" for the new dryer and then go to the heater.
I have the feeling that he is just making more work so to get more labor. Why no simply run a straight new line from the tank to the heater and leave the 3/8 alone and simply feed the dryer from the stove connection.
Do that make more sense? The plumber store told me the takagi heaters requires a good flow of propane to work properly, and that splitting the line to feed the stove and the dryer might "starve" the heater....
I am sure you already figure out I am from a small town
Any suggestions or ideas