Natural Gas Line Installation

Natural gas is among the least expensive and most efficient ways to fuel a furnace, boiler, appliances, fireplace or grill. Your technician will review and answer any concerns or questions you have about the natural gas installation and use.

Uses for Natural Gas in the Home

Whether indoors, or out, natural gas has a wide variety of applications, including but not limited to:

A Reliable Source of Energy

Yes! In most cases, gas lines are installed below ground making them less prone to disruption of supply. You can enjoy gas energy in your home even when there’s a storm or blackout. No longer having concerns about running out of fuel due to a weather incident.

An Efficient Source of Energy

Natural gas is efficient whether you are cooking, running your gas appliances, or heating your home. It provides direct heat ideal for using both indoors and outdoors. It produces more heat than other sources. Appliances run on electricity use three times the energy of natural gas.

You are able to control cooking temperatures more precisely when using a gas stove. It also doesn’t hold latent heat after turning the burner off as the electric coil does. It provides an even flame as well.

The equipment and appliances that run on natural gas consume less energy than electric ones. These include water heaters, furnaces, dryers, and washing machines.

Is Natural Gas Good for the Environment?

Natural gas is the cleanest-burning fossil fuel, and plays an important role in improving the environment by reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions across the U.S.