We are buying a single family home later this spring. Currently heated with oil / forced hot water baseboards. No central air. Electric for cooking / clothes drying, and hot water is provided from the oil furnace burner year round.In our current condo, we have natural gas for cooking / clothes drying / heating (forced hot air). We also have central air.We want to convert the house to natural gas, which is available. The gas company will pay to bring a line to the foundation, and we are responsible for all interior work.The house is a single floor, with an attic above all rooms. The furnace is currently in the basement.We would want to run a gas line to the stove in the kitchen. Ideally, we would also want to run a gas line to the fireplace for a gas insert, and a gas line to the outside of the back of the house for a grill connection.If anyone else who has converted could share their experiences, it would be greatly appreciated.Thanks!William
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