Gas Line Installation



New Gas Lines

Midway Plumbing can install new gas lines for use in fireplaces, heating systems, gas stoves, hot water tanks, and other applications that rely on gas. We can also install new lines for those homeowners undergoing a home renovation or those whose homes have old, broken pipes.

The team at Midway Plumbing works carefully with dangerous gas lines, whether the job involves removal, installation, or both. Installing or replacing a gas line is not something you want to try and handle yourself. Both are dangerous tasks best left to a professional. Midway Plumbing has the best team of professionals around to handle the job.

Safety is Essential for Gas Line Installations

Our gas line installation experts are fully certified and have plenty of experience handling gas line projects. We will determine the best spot to install a line in your home and work carefully to make sure it is put into place correctly. Call Us today to get started.

Reasons You Might Need a New Gas Line

There are many reasons why you might need a new gas line, but whatever your reason, it is important to remember that when dealing with gas, always rely on a professional to handle the job. Gas is extremely flammable and can cause serious damages if not handled properly.

Leaks: If you smell rotten eggs or hear a hissing noise near your home, this could be a sign there is a leak. Immediate repair is needed and if the damage is extensive, a new gas line may be needed.

New Indoor Appliance: Many of our indoor appliances are gas-powered, such as a gas stove, water heater, clothes dryer and furnace. When you add another appliance or maybe move the appliance to a new place in your home, you might need to add a new gas line.

New Outdoor Appliance: Similar to indoor appliances, a new outdoor appliance such as a grill or firepit will need a direct gas line. If you do not currently have one running in your backyard, our team will be able to help.

Home Addition: If you plan on adding a home addition, it is important to consult with a professional about running new electrical and gas lines. Contact Midway Plumbing to get started today.