Here's the situation in a nutshell:
I'm ripping out the old kitchen, to unite the kitchen and dining room, by k nocking down a dividing wall. We will then have an island for dishwasher an d hob.
We were going to go for an induction hob, but I'm having second thoughts an d now considering gas.
So here's the question:
Can a flexible (plastic?) gas pipe be run along underfloor from near the me ter to the island, i.e can a gas pipe be just trailed underfloor, or would regulations state that it needs to be fully fastened at regular intervals ? (I expect that's the case).
I ask because having to fix a long pipe end to end underfloor would mean ri pping up the floor to do so, while simply threading a pipe underfloor from point "A" to point "B" would actually be pretty straight forward, if you do n't have to fasten it along the path.
I don't plan to terminate the gas connections myself by the way.
Thanks for any input.