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Question DetailsAsked on 9/30/2014

How much to install a new 100 foot gas line from meter area to gas stove?

Rather than move existing line in exposed basement ceiling below, thought it faster and cheaper to install new line in open ceiling of adjacent basement room and then cut out old line.

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You can find a number of prior similar questions with responses (including ballpark costs for running new gas branch in the house) in the Plumbing link right below your questions - most related to installing gas lines to a gas fireplace or stove or dryer, but your situation is basically the same so should be applicable to your case too.

My guess is when you talk to plumbers, they will just suggest tapping off the existing line where it is closest to stove and continue run from there - no need to go back to the meter with a 100 foot run when you can tap in closer, assuming it is a full-size line in the adjacent basement area - typically 3/4 or 1" black iron.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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