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if you had access to free natural gas how would you use it in your home . Were going to do gas furnace, fire place, dryer, and thinking of doing the gas tank less heaters. What else would you use it for or plumb your house for possible future uses?


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I pay for propane for hw, stove and furnace. So clearly I'd use free natural gas yes.

I'd use it for everything I could as you stated. Heck I might even have gas lamps. roflmao

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ceiling mounted heaters for your porch on those cold winter evenings would be nice.


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I'd hook into the pipeline and sell it. Full send.


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Genrac industrial baby


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Originally Posted by Black02z28
ceiling mounted heaters for your porch on those cold winter evenings would be nice.



Garage too.

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Originally Posted by Brad Hardt
if you had access to free natural gas how would you use it in your home . Were going to do gas furnace, fire place, dryer, and thinking of doing the gas tank less heaters. What else would you use it for or plumb your house for possible future uses?



A neighbor has a gas AC as well. First for me.


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I have a ( so cheap its pretty much free ) natural gas line to my home. I have a gas stove, a gas line ran to my wood burning fireplace, gas plumbed to the patio outside for a kitchen and pool.


I believe the water heater also runs off gas.


Its pretty dang handy to have.


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Yes we will have a generator as well. I like the heaters on the porch,great idea. We're already tapped into the pipline

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Plum for Outdoor kitchen, future pool heater.


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The pool would be heated from the end of Summer until the beginning of Summer.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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if you had access to free natural gas how would you use it in your home . Were going to do gas furnace, fire place, dryer, and thinking of doing the gas tank less heaters. What else would you use it for or plumb your house for possible future uses?



A neighbor has a gas AC as well. First for me.



I'd never heard of it either but I googled it and sure enough it's a thing. I'd have that too

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Yeah there's gas refrigerators as well , but iv never known anyone that has them


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A friend of mine had gas AC years ago. Lots of problems but they may have improved by now.


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Originally Posted by Gravytrain
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This ^^^ never have to pay an electric bill.
Also, heater, tankless water heater, dryer, porch heaters, fireplaces, gas lanterns on the outside, built in grill, built in gas fire pit.


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Originally Posted by reeltexan

A friend of mine had gas AC years ago. Lots of problems but they may have improved by now.


I had a NG air conditioner back in the late 90’s. Was great while it worked. When it broke, repair cost drove a replacement to conventional electric.

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Gas fire pit, good call


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Is that gas processed or scrubbed where you are tapped?

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Becareful could House in CO did this including irrigation wells... a few went boom


But ya, every big appliance would be gas, including massive back up gen


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If it is free get some old Dearborn heaters instead of the efficient radiant type. The radiant type can be very problematic with all the safety features. An old Dearborn will be mostly trouble free.

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Its scrubbed I believe

Edit, its processed

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Originally Posted by Gravytrain
Genrac industrial baby


Yep, I want to get one pretty bad.

Also natural gas grills are nice.


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When we remodeled our kitchen we had them run the gas line from the dryer and replaced our Electric Range/oven/cook top with gas and love it. We also had them install a tankless heater in the attic above the garage and it is wonderful!!


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I'm full of natural gas


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Remember when they converted pickups to gas and had tanks in the beds. What type og gas was that? confused2


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