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Call your utility company and have them come out and mark all of the pipes with small flags. This is a free service. Check your local code or call the gas company as there is most likely an ordinance setting the distance you must dig from the gas line to set a new water line. Also call the water company and let them know what you are doing as they will have to send someone out to inspect the work and hook up the line before you back fill. J.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
Before you dig you need to go to this link. http://www.digalert.org/
Also if you are not sure you are happy with working with the material. I would ask for help. If you ask another plumber they will be more than willing to help you and guide. At least that is the way I am. I relay can not help and no one here can with out seeing the job first hand.
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