Replacing, Repairing and Installing Gas Piping
Many homes and businesses have gas stoves, washers, dryers, HVACS or gas fireplaces. Each installation requires very specific procedures and materials. The pipes are transporting very highly flammable and possibly deadly gases.
Gas lines must be calibrated for the right BRU levels. Also, local codes are very specific and noncompromising when it comes to gas piping. Mistakes could lead to gas leaks, which can cause an explosion or carbon monoxide poisoning.
New gas lines must e installed if a new appliance such as a gas furnace is added to a property. Adding gas lines to outdoor barbecues, patio lighting and fireplaces can add to the overall value of your property.
Installing a gas stove is a popular trend in new homes and remodels. Gas stoves heat instantly and the temperature is easier to control. Plus, no glass top to clean. Gas is slightly less expensive, also. It is simple to run an existing gas line to your new appliance.
With the emphasis on converting from oil and coal furnace and HVAC systems to gas, many homeowners are making the choice to choose gas when replacing their systems or building new homes.
The pipe configuration, venting and precision required for these installations require a master plumber. This also ensures that all work meets your municipal codes.