I moved into my first house a little over a year ago and have been slowly making changes to various things, including of course a wood stove. Two stoves actually. Anyhow next up is running a propane line so I can hookup the gas cooktop that I bought off craigslist a few months back. I've never run gas line before so of course I've been reading all I can out there on the Interwebs. I understand the risks but am getting this inspected and will do an overnight pressure test to be sure there are no leaks. I'll be borrowing a pipe threader from my grandfather and might be able to get him to help supervise too, as he has some experience running gas lines. There is no gas at the house now so a new tank will be placed just outside and the line will run mostly through the unfinished, open basement. It will start with about 30' of 1" to a T with a cap for future expansion (water heater, dryer, etc). From there it will be another 30' or so of 3/4" and up through the floor to underneath the cooktop. I'll cap it there and the propane company will do the final connection to the appliance. The cooktop came with the LP kit and the conversion looks pretty straightforward. I'm confident I can do a safe, leak free install, but I do worry I'll get tripped up on minor code things like the pipe must be x inches away from this or that. Any tips or advice?