Manufacturers make gas lines to last a while, usually anywhere from 30 to 75 years, with proper maintenance checks. Regardless, they can break down over time, leading to symptoms in and around your property. Old age, pipe cracks, and poor installations, among other things, can cause you to notice changes, including:
If you haven’t noticed any of those symptoms but still want some new pipes, Plumber Near Me can help. A new gas line can quickly resolve other pipeline issues while updating your system. Our team can handle completely new installations or part replacements depending on your needs and desires.
While most gas line installations occur during construction, older homes and new updates often require a plumber’s care. You may need a replacement gas line in an old house or during an HVAC system upgrade or kitchen renovation. Otherwise, frequent gas leaks and rising bills could indicate a necessary replacement.
That said, you can expect general ranges based on industry prices. The national average gas line installation cost currently sits at around $1,360. Still, prices can range between $120 to $6000, depending on what you want.
New in-home gas lines almost always cost more than outdoor ones. Fireplaces or furnaces often cost around $700, while stoves dip to $90. Hooking up appliances to an existing gas line hovers near $740.
Regardless, always ask for a free quote when consulting a plumbing company.