Do you think the price went up or down, to extend the NG line? Might have
gone either way.
I do know one place, where the outdoor grill is on NG, piped in. Do I
remember, you heat with oil? Maybe the cooking gas tanks can be piped to the
I think it's folly to depend totally on one supply. For example, I would not
want an all electric house. You may be better off with three fuel sources,
in case one runs out.
Just remembering my friends whose propane ran out, a couple weeks ago. They
had sent in the check, but the company has internal communication problems.
They didn't even have a space heater, so I loaned them mine. One day I
brought over a 20# propane tank, and piped that onto their house system, so
they could run the furnace.
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I can do that too, once I have the gas line extended to my house.
It is less than a block away and they wanted $10,000 to do it 30 years
ago when the house was built.
I do use propane for cooking and really should hook those tanks to the