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graysqwrl 12-31-2011 06:55 PM

gas line rough in height for dryer and stove?
 
Is there a height that the gas line nipple should exit the wall above finished floor?

If there's not a required height, is there a general guideline?

Thanks

joecaption 12-31-2011 07:03 PM

Main guide line is DIY's should never install gas lines. Hire the gas company or gas certified plumber. It requires a special licence.

graysqwrl 12-31-2011 07:14 PM

well... seeing as I already re-did the main line, the line to the water heater, furnace, and fire place I'm kinda in the thick of it

So, I've run all the way to where the stove and dryer will go... just wondering if there's a specific termination height I should be aware of. Or minimum/max height.

ben's plumbing 12-31-2011 07:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by graysqwrl (Post 808638)
well... seeing as I already re-did the main line, the line to the water heater, furnace, and fire place I'm kinda in the thick of it

So, I've run all the way to where the stove and dryer will go... just wondering if there's a specific termination height I should be aware of. Or minimum/max height.

we set gas valve for dryer about 40" off floor....and as far as stove...if up through floor which i suggest about 2" from wall....if it comes out of wall we come up 3" off floor...ben


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