St. Paul Gas Plumbing
Stay Safe & Call a Professional Twin Cities Plumber
Gas lines snake throughout your home, bringing needed fuel to your stove range, oven, fireplace, water heater, washer and dryer, or heating system. Many people choose this energy source because it is energy-efficient, effective, and affordable. If you need assistance with a gas line, always call a professional.
Gas leaks can be extremely dangerous and result in medical emergencies. A trained gas plumber at HomeWorks can install or repair your gas lines while giving you peace of mind. We offer same-day service, financing options, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Call us today at (651) 691-7488 to schedule service and experience our “do more” mentality! Call now for fast and effective gas plumbing in St. Paul.
Gas Line Repair in Minneapolis & St. Paul
Over time, the gas traveling through your pipes corrodes their insides. You may need to replace portions of the pipes to protect yourself from leaks, or re-pipe to an appliance after years of use. At HomeWorks, we are focused on long-term solutions, not quick fixes that will result in more problems. You can trust our skilled and friendly team. We will carefully look at your situation and prescribe a repair method that satisfies your immediate and future needs.
Same-Day Pricing, 24/7 Service
All our work is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. With free estimates and upfront pricing, it’s easy to see how HomeWorks is Minneapolis/St. Paul’s choice for home projects, HVAC and plumbing maintenance, and repairs.
We understand you can’t always plan for emergencies. And some home improvements can’t wait. Be sure to ask about financing options that will work with your budget.
Call HomeWorks for Gas Line Installation
If you need to lay a new gas line because you are reworking the footprint of your home, remodeling, or adding fixtures, give us a call. Our employees are routinely trained to enhance our skills. We can lay your lines and connect them with precision. A poorly installed gas line could shorten the life of your appliances, raise the cost of your gas bill, and put you at risk for harmful leaks.
What to Do if You Suspect a Gas Leak
Gas is odorless and colorless, but many gas companies add a rotten egg smell to the fumes so that leaks are detectable. If you detect this smell, or if you notice dead grass or plants near your gas line, there may be a leak. Gas leaks may occur because of a broken appliance, gas line corrosion, construction near the line, or severe weather conditions.
If you believe that there is a gas leak in your home, follow these steps:
- Ensure that there are no open flames in the house such as candles or stove burners
- Turn off your gas line
- Evacuate the house immediately
- Call a professional from a safe distance
Let HomeWorks go the extra mile for you! Call our St. Paul gas plumbers or contact us online. Located in Eagan, we serve customers throughout the Greater Minneapolis Area.
FAQs About Gas Plumbing
Some of the frequently asked questions we get about gas and plumbing in the Twin Cities include:
Can I run my own gas line?
No. Let’s emphasize this: NO. Aside from the danger to yourself and your family, if property damage occurs as a result of DIY gas line work by an unlicensed technician, your insurance company can deny coverage.
Do I need a gas line inspection?
The local gas company will maintain gas lines up to your home’s meter. You’re responsible for everything else, so an annual gas line and gas appliances inspection is a good idea. It’s an affordable way to keep your home and family safe. And if you’re selling, the diligence shown by regular maintenance gives your property an edge in a competitive market.
Does a plumber work on gas lines?
HomeWorks plumbers can work on gas lines, so you don’t need to hire two contractors. Your home’s plumbing, HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning), gas appliances … everything works together. HomeWorks is your one-stop shop, because we are trained to diagnose, repair, replace, and renovate whole-house systems.
What is gas plumbing?
Gas plumbers are licensed to work on and install natural gas lines. HomeWorks gas line plumbers can work on gas appliances, heating units, even outdoor gas grills.
Who runs gas lines in a house?
Your city requires special permits to run gas lines. HomeWorks will acquire all necessary permits and adhere to city/county/state regulations. Our licensed, insured gas plumbing professionals understand what’s needed to safely and effectively run all gas appliances in your home.
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