Modern Plumbing Industries, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Gas Piping Installation’

Why You Can’t Run a Gas Line on Your Own

Monday, April 3rd, 2023

There are many times when you might need a new gas line in your home. Maybe you had an electric appliance such as an oven, water heater, or clothes dryer, and you are purchasing a new one that runs on natural gas. Or maybe you’re tired of swapping out grill tanks all the time, and you want to run a gas line directly to the back yard so you can hook up your grill and have barbecues any time you like. 

Can you do the work of running a new gas line yourself? The simple answer is no, and there are some extremely important reasons why.

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A Plumber for My Gas Lines? (Yes!)

Monday, September 11th, 2017

gas-burnersWhen you think of calling for a plumber in Orlando, FL, what sort of jobs come to mind? Here’s a quick list:

  • Unclogging a drain or toilet
  • Finding and fixing a leaking pipe
  • Repairing a leaky faucet
  • Fixing a broken garbage disposal
  • Major repairs/replacement for a damaged sewer line
  • Putting in new fixtures for the kitchen or bathroom

But what about calling a plumber to work on … gas lines? Yes, you might not have thought about it, but some professional plumbers work on more than pipes carrying water and sewage. They also work on the lines carrying natural gas from the municipal system to various appliances around a home. If your house is one of the many in the Orlando area that relies on natural gas to power heating, kitchen, and laundry room equipment, it’s professional plumbers like ours you need to turn to for any repairs or new gas piping installation.

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A Good Reason to Expand Your Gas Piping: A Gas-Powered Dryer

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

One of the important plumbing jobs that our licensed and skilled plumbers handle has nothing to do with the flow of fresh water or waste water in a home. But it does have to do with pipes: it’s the installation and repair of gas piping. These pipes are responsible for transporting natural gas from the gas main to the various appliances in the house. Not every home has a gas connection, but those that do usually make use of this fuel supply to power the heating system (such as a furnace or boiler), the water heater, and kitchen appliances like the oven and stove.

However, if you’re looking for another way to use natural gas in your home, we suggest that you look into the installation of a gas-powered dryer for your laundry.

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