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Gas Line Installation

A worker is using a leak detector near a set of house gas lines at a renovation site.

New Gas Line Installation

Gas can be used as the primary source of energy to power many different systems and appliances throughout your home – furnace, clothes drier, kitchen cooktop, hot water heater, gas fireplace, outdoor barbeque, etc. – And there can be a significant cost savings when switching from electric to gas fired appliances. If you do not currently use gas as a fuel source for your home, you may want to consider investing in a new gas line.

At All Weather Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration we install gas lines for homeowners all over our service area. With more than 25 years of experience, our family-owned and operated company is committed to getting the job done right the first time. We are trained specialists and certified to perform proper, safe, and code-compliant gas line installations. You can rely on us to install your gas line and to test it thoroughly to ensure that it is safe for use in your home.

If you want to install a new gas line or modify an existing gas line in your home, call us at (425) 463-9814

Safely Detecting & Repairing Gas Leaks

You might not give the gas lines in your home a second thought after they are installed. Unfortunately, although natural gas is very safe to use, it is possible for gas lines to become damaged over time and a gas leak may occur. At All Weather Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration we understand how scary it can be to have a gas leak in your home. You can rely on us to be available when you need our assistance. We have the skills, tools and know-how to find the source of the natural gas or propane leak. We will provide a solution to solve the problem and we will ensure your family is not exposed to the dangers of a gas leak.

If you suspect there is a gas leak in your home, call us right away at (425) 463-9814

Signs of a Gas Line Leak

Although we regularly rely on natural gas or propane for many of our home’s appliances, exposure to these gasses is toxic to humans and pets. If you suspect that an appliance in your home has a gas leak DO NOT ACTIVATE OR USE THE APPLIANCE. It is very important that you call a professional for assistance as soon as possible. The sooner the source of the gas leak is identified, the faster we can make the necessary improvements or repairs in order to prevent you and your family from being exposed to dangerous fumes.

Here are some signs that you may have a gas leak in or around your home:

  • The smell of rotten eggs
  • Dead grass around your yard
  • Hissing or whistling sounds around your appliances

If you think you have a large gas leak in your home, you should locate the gas meter and turn off the gas by turning the valve at the base of the meter clockwise. Turn off the lights in the room. Make sure that all gas appliances are turned off. Turn off all appliances that can make a spark or consume electricity. Next, open the windows in your home and evacuate all family members and pets. Then you should call your gas company and report the leak. If anyone in your home feels sick, make sure that they receive immediate medical attention. Once your health and safety are secure, call our company and request that we come and perform a gas leak detection service on your home and appliances.

If you suspect there is a gas leak in your home, call us right away at (425) 463-9814

Need HVAC Service?

Contact the experts at All Weather Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration.

Call us at 425-463-9814!

All Weather Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration proudly provides HVAC service to Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City, Carnation, Issaquah, Sammamish, and Bellevue, and the surrounding communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 425-463-9814, or request service online today.