routing a gas pipe to outside shed.


Postby Aks_72 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 11:15 pm

Can someone advise I'm thinking of taking a gas supply in to my out building which is attached to my kitchen, from the kitchen gas supply.

It will go as such: From the kitchen through the joining wall into the out building

I will be extending the existing pipe work, fitting a isolting valve and takin it in to the out building. which is a a solid brick pitched slate roof building.

Will i be able to use copper pipe, and are there any rules and reqs to follow[/b]
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Postby Bay Plumbing » Wed Oct 31, 2007 9:44 pm

Aks,
For this i would definaitly get a CORGI engineer in as you will still be breaking the law by installing a gas supply as you need to pass the ccn1 to fit gas carcase and know how to test the extened pipework,please don't attempt to do it yourself.

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