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    DIY Junior Member Weaselpolooza's Avatar
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    Default Natural gas line

    I am looking to run my natural gas service to an out building in my back yard. I plan on having it done professionally, but I may do the trenching myself. My question is will I have to Tee in of of my meter or can I Tee off a line underneath the house and then run that outside?

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    The plumber will be able to tell you better.

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    Pipe size and intended use has a great deal to do with this. Follow Cass's advice and discuss this with the plumber that will be doing the installation.

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    Not clear about your actual set up. But remember that no gas line can be underground under the slab. I am not sure if you were desribing a slab, or a house on a basement/crawlspace.

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