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Gas lines throughout your home deliver clean energy to your efficient modern appliances. Water heaters, stoves, clothes dryers and furnaces that run on affordable natural gas help homeowners control the household energy budget. Only a plumber with extensive gas line installation experience can provide safe and reliable service for your family.

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Gas Lines for Water Heaters

It’s an unfortunate reality that most homeowners will have to replace their hot water heaters at least once. Life expectancy varies, but 8-12 years is a reasonable estimate. If your old appliance is electric, you are not limited to that option. A plumber can quickly install gas lines for more energy- efficient water heaters.

Many a home handyman insists on doing this entire job on their own and the pride of ownership is understandable. But gas line installation should always be handled by an experienced plumber.

Our first concern on any repair or replacement is safety. Before we undertake any work, we’ll check the entire run for corrosion, leaks or any other damage. We’ll make any repairs or replacement before we install any new appliances.If location is an issue, for example, if you are planning to remodel, we can extend your gas lines and water lines for a more appropriate placement.

If your previous installation has an older gas line shut-off valve, we’ll replace it with a new reliable valve. When we make the final connections, we’ll not only test for leaks, but also re-inspect the entire installation, including the appliance and all of its components. We’re not finished until we’ve bled any air from the gas lines and certified a perfect flame for optimal operating conditions.

Kitchen Gas Lines

Home cooks and professional chefs alike have distinct preferences when it comes to cooktops. For many, natural gas is the only way to go. Don’t assume that if your kitchen currently has an electric range that you are stuck with this option. As long as you have service to your home, a licensed plumber can bring natural gas lines to your kitchen.

New work is usually routed through walls, basements or crawl spaces for minimal disruption.In older homes, we repair and replace gas lines that may have been damaged by water leaks, construction or age.

Furnace Gas Lines

Home heating is one of the biggest users of natural gas and propane (LP). This type of furnace is not only more energy-efficient, but the fuel is generally cheaper than electricity. Upgrading from a unit that is over ten years old will produce significantly lower utility bills. If you are replacing an older electric furnace, the cost of gas line installation will be easily recovered by the savings you’ll see on your energy bill.

Repair Gas Line CincinnatiSome homes, especially in rural areas, utilize propane (LP) for fuel. LP is delivered by truck and stored in a large underground or above-ground tank on the property. These outdoor pipes and connections are even more susceptible to corrosion. Small leaks might go undetected and cost you big money. We repair and replace gas lines for economy and safety.

Many appliances can be used with either fuel, but might require special fittings. If you move to a home that uses LP or you are buying new appliances, ask a plumber to check all of the gas lines and to properly install your equipment. For water heaters and other gas appliances, call us because we are your hometown Cincinnati plumber and provide guaranteed safe installation, repair and replacement of gas lines.

We service gas lines in Cincinnati, Loveland, Mason, Madeira, and all surrounding cities in Ohio. Call us today!

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