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  1. Plumbing
    I've already read a few older threads here, but none seemed to address my issues exactly. I am gut-renovating my house, including the replacement/rerouting of every wire, pipe, tube, vent, and drain. I am trying to decide on the gas piping material I will use. My personal preference is to...
  2. Electrical
    My house has corrugated stainless steel tubing (csst) for the natural gas system, and csst seems to have some vulnerability to lightning strikes. Specifically, a lightning strike can occur *near* your home (not on your home) and “energize” the underground natural gas system. The electricity...
  3. Electrical
    House built in '04. I have an natural gas 1" black pipe that comes in the house from the meter. Then there is a 1" X 1/2" X 1/2" Tee. Off the Tee is 2x 1/2" CSST lines. One line goes to a regulator and manifold on one side of the house to supply the furnace, water heater, and range. The other...
  4. Electrical
    We are building a new house in which the builder is using the yellow CSST gas line. I ran all the CAT5e cable and COAX in the house. Upon inspection the gas company said that by Indiana code- my CAT5e cables must be greater than 2" away from all yellow CSST gas line. He said that this is due...
  5. Plumbing
    I noticed Omegaflex recomends a PVC sleeve for exterior wall penetrations. Would anyone care to share some best practices for securing the sleeve and making the exterior portion aesthetically pleasing?
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