I'm adding an external building with hydronic heating and a variable boiler (160k BTU max) which will be about a 100' feet from the existing gas meter.
I had planned to simply tap into the existing gas line (which was oversized originally), but when calculating the additional length/gas needs, it appears that I will need to re-plumb some of the existing lines to accommodate this new longest branch run. Yikes ... not cool. I really don't want to pull apart walls to change existing gas lines.
Can anyone suggest options? I suppose one of them could include a new, separate gas meter for this distinct building or ?
N.B. Running a T from the meter and routing around the building isn't a possibility due to a number of constraints, including concrete hardscape.