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Is it possible to connect a gas appliance on the second floor of my home?

Always
42%
Usually
26%
Sometimes
15%
Rarely
5%
Never
5%
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5%
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Question: Is it possible to connect a gas appliance on the second floor of my home?
Top Answer (42% of 19 votes): Always.

Answer: Always
Explanation: Anything is possible in plumbing if you want it we can make it happen. Some things to keep in mind is that in a finished house we would need ample access to the existing piping and where the new line will be run. This may involve cutting sheetrock or moving appliances etc. Any sheetrock repair would need to be done by others. Before work would start we would evaluate your existing gas system to ensure the system is sized properly and can handle the additonal appliance.
SDL Plumbing Inc.
Answer: Sometimes
Explanation: Some drywall repair may be needed.
Hit the Gas LLC
Answer: Always
Explanation: There is always a way, just have to run lines up there if there not there
JD all service plumbing
ProMatcher
Answer: Usually
Explanation: Must use a licensed installer.
East Coast Home Inspections LLC
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