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How deep is natural gas lines buried in Indiana?

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According to the International Fuel Gas Code, they are supposed to
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I think if the line is after the meter on private property it only needs to be 12" deep.You also might want to consider running a 14 gage tracer wire with the PE in order to
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18 inches.
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1. Follow your local building codes for installing natural gas pipelines. Determine the pipe size for the appliance. Refer to the appliance manufacturer's suggestions and the local
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