Portland OR Gas Plumbing – Gas Line Installation, Gas Line Service and Gas Line Repair
The edge we have over fully mechanical companies and general plumbers here in the Portland metro is that we specialize in gas pipe plumbing. Our knowledge and experience in the gas piping industry is unmatched. It’s that combined experience along with the right specialty equipment that allows us to complete jobs faster and generally at a lower cost for our customers. No matter what gas piping service you require, from a new gas line installation to a gas leak repair on existing pipe, Portland Gas Piping and Ventilation will get the job done right, the first time, with as little disruption to your home or business as possible.
The Advantages We Have Over Our Competitors:
- We are a FULLY LICENSED gas plumbing
- We specialize in gas piping thus we fully understand how to deal to any of your gas piping
- We only use the best tools in the industry to ensure our rigid gas piping standards are met.
- Unlike most of our competitors whose tri-stand machines need to be assembled and disassembled before and after the job, our setup time is only 5 minutes due to the specialized outfitting of our vans. It simply takes us less time to begin and complete the job because it’s what we do.
Here are just few of the gas piping services we have been offering our residential, light commercial and industrial clients in Portland OR and the Portland metro.
[New Construction Gas Piping Services]
Gas Line Installation for Your Indoor Gas Demands/New Gas Appliance Demands
Indoor Gas Line Installation
Indoor gas lines for your indoor gas appliance demands such as for your gas stove, gas range, gas cooktop, gas dryer, gas water heater, gas furnace or any other gas powered appliance.
Outdoor Gas Line Installation
Outdoor gas line installations for your outdoor recreational gas demands including gas piping for gas fire pits, gas fireplaces, gas fire features, gas torches, gas pool heaters, gas bar-b-q grills, gas outdoor space heaters and more.
[Existing Gas Line Plumbing Services ]
Gas Line Additions/Extension
Gas line additions or extensions are most often needed when you’re doing a gas appliance conversion or adding a new gas appliance to a location where none existed before.
Gas Line Rerouting
Gas line re-routing requests usually involve a homeowner who is doing a major remodel or renovation of their home and is changing the location of the existing appliances. Re-routing can also be needed for gas lines outside of the home, many times during a landscaping project or pool addition for instance there may be buried gas lines that need to be moved.
Gas Line Removal
Gas line removal requests are few and far between, but in the case of home owners wanting to switch from gas to electric appliances we can remove the old gas line and cap off the gas service lines.
Gas Line Repair/Emergency Repairs
Emergency repair service requests often involve a gas leak. The best thing to do before you call us is to call NW Natural at 1-800-882-3377. They’ll come out and assess the situation and tag the leak if there is one. Then you call us, we’ll come out and fix whatever problem they have found. Gas leaks can be dangerous, if you think you have a gas leak do not call from your location, get outside and call NW Natural from there.
Up to Date Gas Piping Code and Standards
Our non-residential and residential new construction gas line installation service always follows the current building codes and industry standards. We make sure that our gas line installation in your home or business is 100% correct and safe.
If you have questions, concerns, or to inquire about a specific gas piping service not mentioned in our list, call Portland Gas Piping and Ventilation and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. Calls us now at 503.395.4997. You can also message us using the form provided.
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If so, you should call NW Natural (1-800-882-3377)! They will come out, assess the danger and tag the leak, which speeds up the process when we arrive.