Pipeworks Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘gas lines’

Your Gas Line Should Be Professionally Installed

Monday, July 11th, 2022

We know that there are some members of our community who will always do things themselves. It’s actually quite an amazing skill to be able to work on so many projects with your own set of tools and knowledge. Many friends and neighbors we know actually have family members who are carpenters, plumbers, and contractors, so it can be easier to get reliable information and tools of the trade. However, sometimes it can be valuable to defer to an expert, especially when things like safety are on the line.

Gas lines in Bloomington, IL are vital for many homes in our area. They’re necessary for a gas furnace, gas stove, and even for gas fireplaces. The only problem is that they require pretty precise installations and they can be quite tricky for homeowners to install themselves.

Today, we’re going to talk about three specific reasons why your gas lines need to be installed by a pro.

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Don’t Let Gas Leaks Go Unresolved!

Monday, September 19th, 2016

When it comes to the fuels available to homeowners, natural gas is rather difficult to beat. This is largely due to the fact that natural gas is versatile. Homeowners may use it to heat their homes, heat water for use in their homes, and even to dry their clothes. Of course, natural gas is incredibly convenient as well. It is piped directly to the appropriate appliances, and you’ll never have to schedule deliveries or store it on-site. 

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Signs of Trouble with Your Gas Line

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

If you use natural gas in your home, whether to heat it or to fuel appliances such as your water heater or stove, then you don’t need us to tell you just how great a resource that natural gas really is. Natural gas is quite affordable, and it burns very efficiently. It’s quite clean for a fossil fuel, as well. Also, because it is delivered directly to your property via a gas line and piping system, you won’t ever have to worry about running out of gas or scheduling deliveries. Just remember that your gas line is not guaranteed to be 100% reliable, and that any issues with it require prompt, professional attention.

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