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Old 09-09-2011, 07:00 AM   #1
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Gas pipe supports


I'm going to be replacing 3/4" gas line entering the house from the meter.

Is the proper support method to ~

Secure tightly to floor joist with metal strap/clamp.
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That works, use copper strap if it's copper pipe, though. A gas repipe isn't something I'd normally suggest for a DIYer.
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I hear ya ~

I did a complete replacement and added a new line for a stove about 12 years ago at a previous residence. I used black iron pipe and pipe dope/threading compound. I would go with black iron pipe again for the rigidity quality, around here its what home buyers like to see. What is the correct threading agent though, something called "Blueloc" ? I just need an update as to what to use for the threading sealant.
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