if the line is still intact a pro MAY be able to run a new plastic
line thru the existing old one saving a ton of excevating. replacement
service lines are nearly always done this way locally.
metal detector wouldnt work at 3 feet
On Oct 11, 9:52 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I just realized that no one really answered your original question.
Depending on where you are, you might be able to run soft copper for
gas line, but it seems that most underground gas piping in my area is
done in polyethylene tubing (or pipe). I'm not sure that you can buy
it from anywhere but a heating supply house, who probably wouldn't
sell it to you. I supposed you could run CSST through maybe 2" PVC,
since it isn't suitable for direct burial. What was the old line made
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