JBG Plumbing: Gas Line Installation

Convert your appliances to natural gas by installing a gas line in your home.

Not only does a natural gas conversion add value to your home, but it also increases your overall energy efficiency. Lower energy costs (40% less than electricity) are the direct result.

The catch is that gas line installation is extremely dangerous. Safe installation requires knowledge and specialized tools that only skilled professionals have. This is not a DIY project.

JBG Plumbing is your go-to for gas line installation in Texas. Serving Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and surrounding areas, we’re experts in all things natural gas.

Call us today for safe, professional gas line repair and installation.

Gas Line Installation

JBG Plumbing has you covered if you need a new gas line installed in your home.

Our gas line installations utilize the right materials and proper procedures. It’s our top priority to keep your home and family safe during and after the installation process.

We install gas lines for several different appliances. The most common include:

  • Gas Ranges
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Water Heaters

Though the majority of our installations takes place inside, we can also install gas lines that are routed to the outside of your property.

The most common appliance for an outdoor gas line is a gas barbeque. Imagine how nice it would be to never worry about running out of propane while grilling ever again!

We’re more than happy to provide drawings and quotes for a proposed plan so you can see exactly what your gas line installation project entails.

Gas Line Leaks and Repairs

Natural gas leaks are extremely dangerous – it’s important to seek expert assistance right away.

According to HomeAdvisor, the first sign of a gas leak in your home is the telltale smell of “rotten eggs.” Sometimes you might also hear a hissing noise from the gas line.

Leave your home immediately if you smell this “rotten eggs” smell. It likely means your gas line is leaking, punctured, or otherwise damaged.

Fast action is beyond important because a leaking gas line can cause a fire or explosion. This is especially true if you attempt to fix the leak yourself.

You need to leave the house immediately, taking your family and pets with you. The next step is to call 911 about the gas leak. Then alert the gas company to have the line temporarily shut off.

Once these emergency steps have been taken, call JBG Plumbing so we can come and inspect the line.

Our team of experts will identify the source of the problem. We can then repair the leak or offer a replacement if the damage is too great for repairs.

Remember: never attempt to fix a gas leak yourself. Even those well-versed in home DIY should call in the professional instead.

Gas Line Inspection

The best way to prevent a gas leak is to have your gas line inspected on a regular basis.

We recommend having yours inspected once a year. An annual inspection will help identify any problems before they become serious. Our gas line inspections identify weak areas.

In addition to preventing emergencies, our annual inspections spot problems before they become major so they can be repaired as cost-effectively as possible.

Leave these problems until they become more serious and you can expect to pay much more money in regards to repairs and replacement.

Why Choose Natural Gas?

The benefits of making the switch to natural gas are enormous. A few of the most important to consider include:

  • More energy efficient
  • Lower utility bills
  • Adds value to your home

These benefits hold true no matter the specific appliances you’re using. A few additional benefits, broken down by the appliance, include:

  • Gas Stove – Heats more quickly than electric and provides fine-tuned temperature control.
  • Gas Fireplace – Provides warmth and a natural ambiance without requiring you to chop wood.
  • Gas Barbeque – Never run out of propane and better control the temperature while grilling.

These are only the tip of the iceberg as far as the benefits of natural gas go. For more information on benefits, contact us today at JBG Plumbing.

How Much Do Gas Line Services Cost?

The price of your gas line installation, repair, or inspection depends on the individual project.

We’ll provide a quote that takes the specifics of your home, needs, and overall project into consideration, so you know how much the project will cost.

One major factor is the location of the gas lines within your house. Most new installations are easy to access and are constructed with new materials.

Older installations are often difficult to access for repairs. Sometimes the materials are so old that we must replace them entirely rather than just repair them.

Please contact us today for more information regarding gas line pricing.

Why Choose JBG Plumbing

JBG Plumbing is committed to you, our customers.

We know how important it is that your gas line is installed safely and efficiently. We treat every project like it’s for someone in our own family.

It’s our commitment to do the job right – the first time. We pride ourselves on providing the best service – and the best product – possible.

Our reputation in Texas speaks for itself. We’re known to provide great quality services at highly competitive prices.

Simply put, JBG is building a Texas tradition one repair, one install, one customer at a time!

Need Commercial Services?

Gas line installation and repair is just one of the many top-quality services we offer here at JBG Plumbing.

Other commercial plumbing services that we’re known for include:

  • Commercial Gas Line Installation
  • Backflow Testing
  • Expansion Tank Testing
  • Faucet Installation
  • Waterline Replacement & Repair
  • Sewer Line Cleaning & Repair
  • Slab Leak Repair
  • Sump Pump & Well Pump Repair
  • Toilet Installation & Repair
  • Video Inspection Services
  • Water Heater Installation & Repair
  • Water Filter Installation
  • Water Pipe Repair & Installation
  • Water Pressure Repair

Contact Us Today

Don’t hesitate to contact us at JBG Plumbing.

Our Contact Us page is the best way to reach out with your questions or about a project.