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How do you learn to install residential gas piping?

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Customers can learn to install residential gas piping by visiting the manufacturer's website and downloading the installation instructions, or they can view the instructions through county websites, as noted on the TracPipe and King County Public Health websites. Some areas require homeowners to employ a licensed and professional contractor to perform the work, so customers should review their local requirements before installing gas piping.

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To learn how to install residential gas piping through the TracPipe website. follow this process:

  1. Visit the website home page
  2. Go to the TracPipe website home page at TracPipe.com.

  3. Click "Technical Information"
  4. Along the top navigation bar, click on the "Technical Information" tab.

  5. Click "Design & Installation Guide"
  6. Along the left navigation bar, click on the "Design & Installation Guide" tab under the "Technical Information" heading.

  7. Download the guide
  8. Click on the "Download the Flexible Gas Piping Design & Installation Guide Now" link to review the installation instructions.

To learn to install piping through the King County Public Health website:

  1. Visit the home page
  2. Go to the King County website home page at KingCounty.gov.

  3. Click "Public Health"
  4. Hover over the "Departments" tab along the top navigation bar and click on the "Public Health" link.

  5. Click "Environmental Health Services"
  6. Along the left navigation bar, click on the "Environmental Health Services" link.

  7. Click "Water, sewage and plumbing"
  8. Click on the "Water, sewage and plumbing" link in the left navigation bar, and then click on the "Plumbing and gas piping regulations and permits" link.

  9. Click "Installing gas piping"
  10. Under the "Gas piping codes and related information" heading, click on the "Installing gas piping" link to review the installation instructions.

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