We’re here to talk to you about gas… meaning the thing that fuels some fireplaces, water heaters, boilers, grills, stoves and so on. When you think of needing a plumber, you tend to think of things that are all water related like fixing your toilet, leaky faucet, installing a new water heater, the list could go on.
Did you know that if you needed to install, alter or repair a gas line or appliance, you need to have a certified plumber with a gas certification do the work?
We’re here to make your lives easier, so we’ve gathered a list of popular appliances and places in your home that may require a gas connection.
Gas Water Heater
Whether you’re installing a new water heater or moving the existing water heater to another location it’s safer to give us a call to complete the work instead of trying to do it yourself! Remember, a water leak is much different than a gas pipe leak.
Boiler work, baseboard heat, and radiant heat
Older homes typically have these types of heating systems. If you hear any odd noises or your system is failing, schedule a service with us as soon as possible. The weather isn’t getting any warmer.
Like we mentioned above, it’s not getting any warmer. To make your fireplace more convenient to use, we are able to hook up a gas connection.
Connecting gas appliances should be left to a professional. This task is definitely not a DIY!
While this may be in the back of your mind given the season, if you’ve always thought about installing a new outdoor grill or creating a new outdoor space that includes an outdoor kitchen, make sure to contact us to install, move, or extend the gas line.
What you need to know about BGE and their requirements for gas lines
If BGE is your gas provider, they require a certified plumber to follow their residential gas service and meter set process. This is especially the case if you need a pressure test performed on your home’s gas system. And don’t you worry, we take care of all the necessary documents to perform any gas work!