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Safe Building 101: Creating a Climate-Controlled Space In Your Home


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Safe Building 101: Creating a Climate-Controlled Space In Your Home

As I started to increase my art collection, I wanted to make sure that my investment was protected. I wasn't sure exactly how to store it all when it wasn't on display, but I knew I needed to do something. I decided to talk with a local construction contractor about how to secure my art, and he suggested a climate-controlled secure room in my home. They built a vault-like space in the house that is perfect for long-term storage. I created this site to showcase what was done in the hopes that others may seek the same solution. I hope the information here helps you to secure your financial investment as well.

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3 Tips For Adding A Natural Gas Line To Your Home

Many of the appliances that are used within the home are powered by natural gas. If you are planning to complete a remodel or you are in the process of building an extension to your existing home, then you may find that you need to add a new gas line in order to accommodate the needs of your home appliances.

Here are three tips that you can use to safely extend a gas line in your home in the future.

1. Invest in the right supplies.

Having access to the right supplies is critical when it comes to adding a natural gas line to your home. You need to ensure that the pipe lengths, fittings, and joints that you purchase are designed specifically for use with natural gas. These supplies will be able to withstand the pressurized delivery of gas without breaking down.

Using supplies that are not rated for natural gas could result in the premature degradation of your pipes and fittings, leaving your home susceptible to a natural gas leak. Be sure that you start with the right supplies when you are installing a new gas line in your home.

2. Assemble your new gas line in a home shop.

Since the addition of a gas line can occur within a tight crawlspace or inside of a narrow opening in your home's walls, it can be beneficial to take the time to assemble your new gas line in a home shop prior to installation.

Completing the assembly process in a shop ensures that you will have the space and lighting needed to properly join pipes and fittings together in order to improve the performance and efficiency of your new gas line once it has been installed.

3. Always seal your pipe fittings to create an airtight connection.

Eliminating the potential for leaks should be a top priority when it comes to installing a new gas line in your home. Poor connections between pipes and fittings can leave room for gas to leak out of the pipes and into your home, so you should always seal these areas properly.

Coat the threaded end of a pipe or connection with pipe glue or tape. This will help the threads adhere firmly once connected to another section of pipe, preventing the potential for natural gas to leak out of the joints when the new gas line is put to use.

Being able to install a new gas line will allow you to relocate existing appliances or add new ones in order to improve the convenience of your living space. Make the gas line installation process easier by purchasing the right supplies, assembling the gas line in a home shop, and sealing connecting joints to prevent leaks.