gas line installation

If you need to install a new gas line or gas appliance connector that is up to code on your property, your local gas company will tell you to call a plumber.

Our licensed, insured, bonded, and BBB accredited plumbing company knows how to safely complete a gas line installation, or gas appliance connector installation, for residents and businesses located in our Los Angeles plumbing service areas.

Applications for a new gas line installation

Whether you want to turn your wood fireplace into one fueled by natural gas, add or convert an oil or electric appliance to use natural gas, you can depend on us for a gas line installation up to code.

In addition, we can replace any gas appliance connector that may have weakened or corroded from too much moving and bending.

Working with natural gas lines is a potentially dangerous undertaking, but our experienced plumbers can install a gas line according to code.

We have the knowledge to install a natural gas line, or gas connector, to any of these appliances for indoor or outdoor applications:

  • Gas Furnaces
  • Gas Water Heaters
  • Gas Dryers
  • Gas Jacuzzi Heater
  • Gas Firepits
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Gas Stove Ranges
  • Gas Pool Heater
  • Gas Ovens
  • Gas Cook-Tops
  • Gas Barbecue Grills
  • Gas Outdoor Lights

We often discover a kitchen, living room, garage, or backyard gas line problem was caused by an improper installation (i.e. kinked line,) or material or parts used during the time of installation (i.e. insulation, connector). When we install a gas line, we use only the finest materials and gas appliance connectors to ensure everything is working properly and without a risk for a gas leak.

Although many natural gas-powered appliances are initially more expensive than their electric counterparts, they are commonly much cheaper to operate, have a longer expected life, and require relatively low plumbing maintenance.

Need to service a gas line leak repair in Los Angeles? We will make sure the gas line leak repair is done safely and up to code.

Gas line installations can be extremely dangerous, so unless you are a professional licensed plumber, you should never try to install a gas line yourself. If you detect a gas line leak in Los Angeles, leave the area immediately and NEVER do anything that might create a spark. Call 911 or your natural gas utility.