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Gas Piping Repair

Adding a new appliance to your house should be taken quite seriously especially when it involves gas lines. In order to protect your home and family, you need an experienced professional to assess the gas lines supplying your home. Learn more about our gas piping repair option.

 

Gas Piping & Gas Repair Service

Need a gas line to a new appliance? In the kitchen? On the patio? To the fireplace? Thinking of adding an appliance to your home? Here are a few things you should know. The gas system in your home has been sized to supply the appliances when the house was built. Before you add any additional appliances, you must have a professional size the system to know if your piping can handle more demand. Without the proper gas supply to each fixture, your furnace, water heater, kitchen range, and other appliances will not operate efficiently. Gas pipes should be sized by a professional to ensure that appliances are not starving for fuel.

Ask for and demand proper sizing. For your satisfaction and safety, your professional should always provide a permit and inspection when working on gas pipes.

Generally, cities require permits when working on existing and new gas lines. To ensure 100% compliance and safety, always contact a professional plumber for installation, remodeling, repair, replacement, and maintenance of plumbing fixtures and gas line systems. From installation to repair, extreme caution needs to be practiced to promptly detect any dangerous gas leaks. Benjamin Franklin’s plumbers specialize in gas pipe services for many fixtures and appliances, including:

Below are typical appliances and fixtures we service using gas piping:

Before you install a new appliance or decide to deck out your patio with a new gas grill, call the experts! You can count on Benjamin Franklin to ensure that your gas piping is safe, efficient, and up-to-code.

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