I've got a little garage winery, where I need to keep the area at about 65°F all winter long.
My stepfather was nice enough to give me his old 100lb. propane tank, a regulator, about 50 ft of copper line and an indoor propane heater.
I have to run the line from outside, through the garage wall and all the way to the other side of the room. In total, I'll need about 30 feet of supply line to reach from the tank to the heater. The tank has a standard QCC connector, the heating unit has a MPT connector.
Is this something I can handle myself, or should I call in the experts to make the connection?