Gas Line Repair And InstallationDo you need to have your home's gas lines repaired or replaced? If you have a leaky gas line or a damaged fitting, call Tight Lines and our licensed professionals will come to your home and fix the problem. We are Pros In Gas Line Installation, Gas Fittings, and Gas Repair Services.
- Gas line repairs.
- repairing lines in your furnace and hot water tanks.
- natural gas regulator repair.
- carbon monoxide alarms inspection and replacement.
- light fixtures (oven hoods) repair and replacement.
A Gas Fitting Company For All Your NeedsHave you recently thought about carrying out an interior or exterior gas fitting project? Then you’ve come to the right place; because when it comes to any type of gas or plumbing work, there’s no one better to handle your job than the team at Tight Lines Plumbing and Heating. We’re a family-owned and operated company, employing experienced and licensed gas fitters who are fully licensed to install, repair, and service all types of heating systems in your home.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Install A Gas Line Myself?
When you are a homeowner, there are some projects that you can do and there are other projects that require professional help. Generally, installing a gas line is one of the tasks that you should leave up to the professionals. Gas lines involve several factors which make this a job best left to experts.
How Do You Install A Gas Stove Top?
Installing an electric, gas or dual-fuel stove is an exciting event. However, before you can start cooking up a delicious range of food for your family and friends, you need to get it installed properly. Gas oven installation is not a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) project and you should avoid taking up this task yourself if you do not know what you are doing.
Can Gas Lines Freeze?
Natural gas is a mixture of mostly methane and small amounts of several other gases. It has been found that this “natural gas” can form a “slushy ice like substance.”, scientific studies show the mixture of these gases reacts with water at atmospheric pressures and moderate temperatures to form a solid substance called “ice-like gas hydrates.”