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I am doing my first natural gas fireplace inside an existing "wood" fireplace. I am looking for some insight on installation. I am running a 3/4" gas pipe (black) from the basement into the clean out box and up to the fire box. I will have a gas shut-off valve in the basement and one in the fire box (toward the front). I think the insert comes with a clamp that goes on the damper to keep it open slightly at all times.
The questions I have are, do I need a special gas valve in the fire box? Do I connect the logs with the gas flex supplied with unit? Is it OK to run the piping in old ash pit flue?
Is there any other thing I should be aware off? The company who sold the insert will be doing the installation of the logs.