So then we tried the little drill. But then this one didn't have the power. After much struggling and bit changes
We finally got all the holes drilled
And started threading the pipe through the joists.
The pipe comes in 10 foot sticks
So after one pipe is threaded in from the outside, we add the second and connect with couplings.
And then elbow up through the floor
So the gas line is in the floor, behind the range.
All joints are sealed off.
And outside we've got two stub outs that we'll hook two propane tanks to.
The Ram attaches the pressure test gauge to the end of each pipe and fills with air.
It holds pressure,
But just to be safe, all the joints get soaped up to check for bubbles.
Now we can get back to drywall!
So do you have a gas range? Is it worth the extra trouble? How is yours plumbed in? Do you have a flexible line and have never hand an issue? Or did we make the right choice with the iron pipe?