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  1. Remodeling
    I have an old brick fireplace (wood burning). I would like to have a glass fire pit look in my fireplace. I have a NG line on the back side of the fireplace (in garage to the water heater) so I could drill a hole through the brick and run a gas line through there. Would the natural ventilation...
  2. HVAC
    Got a new furnace, and my checking shows its over-firing by about 25%. Called Northwest Natural Gas. I'm told the energy content is ~1020-1040 BTU/ft^3 The furnace is rated 60,000 BTU input, and there is a section about checking furnace input and there's a chart that shows at 1040BTU/ft^3, it...
  3. HVAC
    We have a new Carrier Performance 5 ton heat pump, a 2200 sq foot home with lots of glass, and live 50 south of Indianapolis. The new heat pump and ultra high efficiency gas furnace (also Carrier) were installed in October. This is my first experience with a heat pump but we had a high...
  4. Plumbing
    I am installing a natural gas line in my home from the meter to just one appliance, a furnace. I am wondering about some general installation and also what codes i need to be aware of. Also how is the pressure test accomplished do I install my pressure tester and the inspector comes out and...
  5. Plumbing
    I bought a natural gas grill and need to run a gas line from basement to the deck outside. The best way is to cut a long pipe in the basement and install a T connector to feed the grill. Is it safe to just cut the pipe? What is the best/safe way to do this? thanks.
  6. Plumbing
    Hi, I recently had my bbq converted to natural gas. The gas is coming in on a black iron pipe with a shutoff valve and a 1/2 inch flare. I need to split the line using a T-connector (to run gas to main grill and a separate side burner). Should I use joint compound on my connections? Thanks...
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