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Gas Line Installation Pros | 1-800-Plumber +Air of McKinney

  1. Natural gas installation cost

  2. Flexible gas installation

  3. Gas line installation code

  4. Installing gas line from street

  5. Who installs gas lines for stove

  6. Looking for professional

Did you know that McKinney, Texas has a current population of 208,487 residents, making it the 15th largest city in Texas?

Many of these residents are homeowners and have many needs for their homes, such as home renovation and natural gas installation. If you're currently wondering about natural gas installation cost, then you probably have many questions.

It can be stressful to have so many questions about an installation that's so important for the heating of your home, as well as for cooking, if you have a gas stove. You may be wondering about what state regulations are, and how to install a gas line from the street to your house.

Fortunately, we have all the answers you need. Instead of having to stress about these details, you can find out how gas line installation works, how much it costs, and about who installs gas lines for stoves.

Natural Gas Installation Cost

Generally speaking, installing or repairing a gas line costs between $256 to $797. However, for complex natural gas installation costs, it can be as much as $1,000. To get an idea, it also helps to measure how long the gas line will be, since that cost is usually around $12 to $25 per linear foot.

Costs can vary, however, depending on a few factors.

How difficult the installation is, as well as how far your home is from the gas supply and the type of pipe used, have an impact on cost. Additionally, labor, materials, and permits might have an impact.

Also, if you're making the switch from electric to gas, this will impact price. So will adding any appliances that are going to involve the gas installation. Finally, you'll need to check to see if you already have gas lines in your home.

Installing new ones will add significantly to the cost.

Let's take a look at how all this might look in practice:

  • If you already have a gas line, and you need to add tubing to attach a new appliance to a gas source, this will cost between $250-$500 for 20 linear feet

  • If you need to install a new gas line (for example, to increase the supply of gas), then this means the line will have to be longer to reach the gas meter, and the project more complex, so the cost will be closer to between $500 to $2,000

  • If you need to make the complete switch to gas, then this requires an entirely new gas line that goes from the house to the street, which again means the line will have to be longer and the project more complex, so the cost will be over $2,000

If you're wondering how to find gas line installers, we'll cover that at the end of this article.

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Flexible Gas Line Installation

If you're considering a flexible gas line installation, it's important to know what the benefits of this kind of gas line are.

First of all, flexible gas lines work well, and they're safe. Even though many people were worried about their safety when they first came out, they've been proven to not have any safety issues.

These corrugated appliance connectors are used for all kinds of appliances now, from gas ranges to clothes dryers.

Flexible, corrugated stainless steel tubing is fast to install. As compared to the traditional black iron gas lines, which have to be cut and threaded, flexible gas lines on the other hand can be installed much more like electric wires because of their flexibility.

You'll have to pay less because there will be less labor involved.

Finally, flexible gas lines are less likely than traditional black iron gas lines because there aren't any corners that have to be sealed or fit together. Instead, everything runs together smoothly, which prevents more gas leaks.

Considering all these benefits, it's no surprise that people prefer flexible gas lines to the old-fashioned black iron gas lines.

Gas Line Installation Code

When installing a gas line in McKinney, Texas, there is a gas installation code you have to follow. This code, which is followed in many U.S. cities and states, is the International Code Council's International Residential Code.

Specifically, it's Chapter 24 you want to pay attention to in the gas line installation code.

In Chapter 24, you'll find all the requirements that must be met when installing and operating gas pipes within residential buildings. If you're hiring someone to do this work for you, ensure that they're aware of these requirements.

Generally speaking, these requirements are:

  • Pipe size has to be designed specifically for the gas flow needed for the appliance the gas will be powering

  • Pipe size must also be determined by the type of pipe being used

  • There are specific required sizes that are specified by manufacturers of certain appliances such as boilers or furnaces

  • A gas pipe cannot be re-used or reconditioned, and neither can other related items such as valves or fittings--unless they can be safely used, which will be demonstrated by testing them and ensuring they are free of debris. They will also have to be okayed by the project inspector of the installation

  • Cast iron pipes are not permitted for use in homes or other types of residences

Some additional requirements include:

  • Pipes cannot be installed through chimneys, elevator shafts, ductwork, dumbwaiters, or clothing or trash shoots--anywhere where there might be something that passes through it, since this could be a safety concern

  • The piping cannot go through the foundation of the house or anywhere below grade

  • Gas shut-off valves must be installed, and these valves must work correctly with the material of the piping

When you are having your gas line installed, there will be a process of inspection, testing, and purging. That way, you can ensure that the gas line connected to your home and appliances will be safe.

Installing Gas Line From Street to House

When it comes to installing a gas line from street to house, it's best for you to hire someone to install it. This is because of safety concerns.

However, if you want to install it yourself, then you'll want to ensure that you:

  • Turn off the gas before you start the installation

  • Check that the size of the pipes are the right size

  • Extend out the gas line, so that it will reach the appliance

  • Check that the pipes and valves are the right size for the appliance you are installing

  • Test to be sure the pipe is airtight

  • Buy a flexible pipe, as this is easier and safer to install

You will also have to have a good understanding of where gas pipes run in your house. Additionally, you'll want to avoid certain areas, such as the chimney.

It is incredibly dangerous to make any mistakes when installing a gas line from the street to your house.

For this reason, it's smarter not to do the installation yourself. Hiring a professional will help you ensure that you're not only doing all of the above correctly, but also that you're following all the requirements as mandated by the gas line installation code.

When you're hiring a professional, you can work with a gas line plumbing specialist.

Who Installs Gas Lines for Stoves?

You may be asking yourself, "Who installs gas lines for stoves?"

Well, if you're looking for someone to install a gas line for your stove, you'll want to hire a plumber to do the job. Why? Here are the reasons.

It Might Not Be Legal For You To Do the Installation

Oftentimes, anyone installing a gas line is required to have a license. If you don't have one, then you'd be breaking the law to install the gas line. To avoid this, hiring a professional is the best way.

However, if you still want to do it yourself, you'll want to check what laws and regulations are in McKinney, Texas.

It's Safer For You--and Your Home

At the end of the day, installing a gas line yourself--even if it's legal--isn't safe. There are many risks involved, and so many rules to follow. Wouldn't you sleep better at night knowing that the gas lines in your home have been installed properly?

Plumbers are Experts

A plumber is an expert at gas line installation. This means they'll know all the rules and regulations, and all the safety protocols to follow. Plumbing pipes and gas line pipes are very similar, so plumbers will know exactly what to do when doing the installation.

They're experts at how to install a gas line.

Looking for a Gas Line Installation Pro?

If you're looking for a gas installation pro in McKinney, Texas, we have many services we can offer, for a variety of installations or changes you may want to make in your home. We're one of the best gas line installers in the area.

If you're looking to have a gas line installed, or want to know more about natural gas installation cost, visit our gas line services page, where you can learn more about this service we offer.

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