|Posted by Chuck on June 17, 2001 at 11:50:22:|
|In response to Re: Copper Tube used for natural gas|
That seems a little strange when most places you don't have to be a licensed plumber to run gas lines. I would try another store or email Gastite
and find out why. Besides, if your working on your own residence you most likely don't need a license anyway. Check with your local building
: I would like to install a gas fireplace. My gas line is located in the attic,the line will have to run about 50' by-passing heat duct along the way, then bend 90 degrees and enter a wall cavity. I have looked into a product called Gastite, but only a certified plumber can purchase it. So I hear that coiled copper can be used with flair fittings. Any advice or suggestions would be a help. Thanks.
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