I'm stressing a little bit, so looking for a quick opinion, and of course if it was from a "gas guy" that'd be great...but someone knowledgable but not certified is OK too
I bought a gas heater, 266K BTU RayPak, for a 15x30 AGP.
Originally I was going to ge tthe 200K BTU, but for an extra $200, I went with the bigger one.
The only issue, is I forgot to check with my gas guy. I just texted him, and he said:
"Way too big for the one inch gas line. Something that big would require 1 1/4" gas line. Would have to have another look at your gas line. Not sure if possible".
I then checked the manual, and it said for up to 50 feet a 1" line can be used.
He said I he will do a sizing tomorrow (oh the agony of waiting) and I need to factor in my gas BBQ, hot water tank and furnace...that's about 140K BTU.
Any insights? Should I sleep tonight or stay up getting worried? haha