So I want to get natural gas to my kitchen for a new dual fuel range. I will be doing this myself. Not too worried about making the pipe connections and will make sure to thoroughly check for leaks. My plan right now is to tap into main line leading into house, run up exterior brick wall, through eve, straight run through attic, drop down kitchen wall the range is located on before new backsplash goes in. Kitchen is in interior of home so tunneling around exterior and up through exterior wall is out. Would it be better to tap into gas line at furnace or water heater? They are a little closer to kitchen and would be a shorter run through attic, I am worried about adequate gas flow that way. Anyone have any idea on keeping this up to code. I will be consulting a professional and checking with local code enforcement before moving forward, just would like to hear your initial input. Thanks.