Question by jbtboule: How much does it cost to run a natural gas line to bbq about 10 feet? Need a natural gas line ran from stubbed gas line to about 10 feet to grill and side burner
Answered by LCD: Off the cuff, assuming exposed black iron pipe (which you will paint after the fact to prevent rust) outside the house, and assuming the stubbed out line has the capacity to provide the amount of gas you need (generally yes for normal size grill and side burner, maybe not for a mega barbecue), probably about $250-300 range including the labor, pipe, shutoff valve (which for a barbecue should be lever type, not requiring a separate tool to turn it off - with padlock hasp on it if you have small kids so you can lock it off), and special connection fitting for the grill, and the connection whip from rigid pipe to the barbecue.Here are some similar previous questions with answers which might also be useful -
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