BBQ Gas Line Installation in Mesa & Gilbert, Arizona
So, you have a new gas grill and are ready to fire it up and grill those ribs and burgers! A BBQ gas line installation is serious business since we’re dealing with natural gas, and safety comes first. Our technicians are trained experts and will install your BBQ gas line safely with no leaks.
Our gas line installation plumbing service ensure and includes the following:
- Adherence to all codes and permits
- Proper placement of the BBQ
- All fittings are sealed and leak-free
We offer up-front pricing and fast, professional work. Call us now (480-388-6093) to schedule your drain cleaning service.
How do you hook up a gas line to a BBQ?
First of all, you need to hire a professional plumber. Working with natural gas is dangerous and requires a skilled technician. In order to hook up your gas line to a BBQ, we first verify that your gas company is providing enough gas to your home to support this new appliance. We install a hookup with a shutoff valve at the coupling. We do a pressure test to ensure there are no leaks. We run the line out to the BBQ and install a quick-connect so that you can easily attach it to the BBQ. We finish by rust-proofing the connections and turning your gas back on.
How much does it cost to install a gas line for a BBQ?
Installing a gas line to your grill is $20-30 per foot and typically runs between $200 and $500. However, depending on how far the grill is away and other factors, that number can on rare occasions be more. We provide a free estimate, and we stick to it. So, you’ll know how much your gas line installation will cost you.
Do I need a gas fitter to connect my BBQ?
No. As we mentioned before, you can work with a professional plumber. This is not a job you want to attempt yourself. Safety is too important. Besides, you have more important things to do, like marinating that meat before you fire up the grill. Hire a licensed and bonded professional plumber for the job.
Can you connect a BBQ to the main gas line?
Yes, we connect your natural gas BBQ to your home’s gas line. We run the line, install all fittings, and run a pressure test to ensure that there are no leaks. If you have a propane BBQ, you’ll need to convert it to natural gas before connecting it to your home’s gas line.