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Question DetailsAsked on 6/9/2017

i have gas water heater and furnace. I want to run gas for a dryer and for stove.

the water heater is in the garage gas right on other side of wall. The stove will require fishing down through wall from attic. There is access in attic to gas line from furnace and waterheater

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Normally your gas meter and interior piping (if 3/4" pipe) can handle addition of a dryer and range, so just extending the interior piping is likely to be all you need - your Plumber (Pipe Fitter in a few states, but generally for residential purposes they are working for Plumbing outfits anyway) bidding the job can tell you if that is so or not.

Here are a few previous similar questions - I would guess barring any signfiicant difficulties likely around $300's to low $400's - maybe more like $500 range if both range and dryer are through-wall installs - plus possibly a few hundred afterwards for a handyman to do drywall patching and painting if needed.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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