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How deep are gas lines buried in the ground?

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The depth that gas lines are buried is typically regulated by local governments, meaning that the depth can vary depending on the state or county in which they are located. On average, though, main conduits for natural gas tend to be found around 24 inches deep, while service lines are generally 18 inches below ground level.

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