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Replacing Propane Cu Piping
Copper piping at Mom's house from above ground propane tanks that leads into the
basement has a leak. I haven't seen it yet, but supposedly no smells
in basement and the start-up of water heater nor boiler have <strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">NOT</span></strong> blown up
the house. Tanks are shut off by valve on tanks. The leak seems to be
contained solely outside.
Unfortunate is that the leak probably has been going on since Fall.
Fuel consumption for the last year has been a lot especially for a mild
I thought the delivery process is supposed to be that connections are checked for leaks at each delivery???
Anywho .... is code still allowing copper coiled piping for propane?
Or will the pipes be replaced with black iron? Or maybe even the
flexible corrugated & coated yellow tubing (gastite a brand
BTW, location is Long Island NY