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Old 01-15-2008, 06:17 AM   #16
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Does adding a new gas line to kitchnen need permit ?


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We are planning to replace our electric stove with a gas one and getting gas line installed. We have a great room with a gas fireplace will be running the gas line from there to our kitchen.

My question is do we need a permit for this ?

Thanks in advance
The biggest issue isn't if you need a permit, it is if the line will carry the btu load for the length of the line for it's diameter and total lenght from the meter. You need to look it up in the National Fuel Gas Code charts for your installation.


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