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      Avatar photoMasterPlumbers

        I am installing a gas furnace in my garage. After a little research and math I figured I have to run a 3/4 inch gas line,underground. Im getting conflicting info.about the materials that should be used.I thought It had to be black pipe but I was told copper can be used. I also heard about a flexible plastic/metal that can be used. What would best for this job? If black pipe, does it need to be coated with anything? It Is about a 70 foot run from the meter to the garage, with 3 or 4 turns. Thanks, Scott

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        Avatar photoSelgas

          Best to check with your local inspector to establish what the approved materials in your area are.

          However in saying that I would strongly advise you to obtain the services of a suitably qualified gasfitter to undertake all the gasfitting work for you.

          Gas can and has proved to be dangerous in the hands of the experienced – safety is paramount in our business and so it should be in your life!!!!!!!!!!

          Selgas Services Ltd
          Craftsman Gasfitters, Plumbers, Electrical Service Technicians

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