gas water heater vent


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Old 05-28-01, 11:18 AM
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We will be adding on a new room, I would like to move a gas water-heater, to the new basement under the new room. My question is with no enterer walls in the new GREAT ROOM how can I vent the water-heater to the outdoors?
 
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Old 05-28-01, 05:23 PM
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Hello and Welcome labarnas to the Do It Yourself Web Site and thanks for posting a question in my Gas Appliance forum.

Your project deserves the attention of a licensed plumber. This text only format will not allow for explicit step by step instructions, since there are many unknown details and circumstances to evaluate.

Any costs incurred for a professional installation is worth the costs when relocating or installing a gas appliances venting system. There are codes that need to be meet and safety issue to be concerned with.

Therefore, in my opinion, it would be both wise and prudent to have this phase of the project done by a professional.

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