fitting gas central heating boilers


Postby barry-good » Sat May 22, 2010 11:55 pm

Can anyone help, I am in the process of building a cattery at the bottom of my garden, it is 12mts by 4mts built from concrete blocks and a pitched roof, it will be well insulated and plasterboarded inside. And I am considering istalling gas central heating, but the builing is 33mts away from the house, can this be done and would it be very costly. many thanks Barry
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Postby plumbbob » Tue May 25, 2010 9:32 am

In theory this could be done and the distance is not really an issue. The tricky bit is deciding where the supply should run and a careful calculation is needed to determine the required pipe diameter.

Of course, this isn't something you can do yourself as all gas installations need to be completed by a registered installer. IF you contact a couple of local gas installers you will get definite answers to both your questions.
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