Forum Title: Burying gas line
we are having a plumber install a gas line for the stove. He started digging for the line. I asked him what he is going to use for burying in the ground. He said black steel wraped in PVC pipe. I looked up lot online they were suggesting CSST in PVC pipe. Since black steel is prone to leaks at the joints. Can you please suggest which is better ? The plumber said he going to bury it 1 feet and 6 inches deep and he said even If I hit the gas line by accident I will put a hole in the CSST line. This was his reasoning.
Category: Plumber Post By: ALICIA MCCOY (Wylie, TX), 04/27/2016

Quote: Originally Posted by Chris I'm not even sure if you are allowed to bury black steel any more? Thanks Chris. what is a good option ? Is it better to use CSST in a PVC pipe ? Any other option ?

- TOMMY FOWLER (Kenosha, WI), 09/01/2017

Poly pipe is another option I found online.

- JEREMY WATSON (Lakewood, CO), 09/10/2017

I'm not even sure if you are allowed to bury black steel any more?

- NICHOLAS COOPER (Bowie, MD), 09/25/2017

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