That Plumber is licensed in the state of Ohio to run natural gas lines. Home and business owners alike have a number of reasons to run a new gas line or extend a natural gas line:
- A gas line for a grill is a great way to enjoy your grill for most of the year. It also saves trips to refill propane tanks.
- Many homeowners love a fire in the fall and winter, but don’t want the hassle of buying wood or stacking logs. A gas fireplace is a great way to create a cozy atmosphere without all the mess.
- Gas dryers are more efficient and tend to be more cost effective than electric dryers. The same can be said for water heaters.
A gas line run to your outdoor grill is a great way to improve your home. It is convenient and cost effective, as natural gas is less expensive than other fuels for grills. It is also a great time saver! No more running out of propane during a barbecue or family get together!
If you are considering running a natural gas line to an existing fireplace, That Plumber can help with that, too! Gas fireplaces are very popular with potential homebuyers, too. It is a fantastic way to salvage an older fireplace without having to run a liner when it starts to crumble, as one would need to do with a wood burning fireplace. Gas fireplaces create warmth, ambiance and give the holidays a festive flair. For more information on gas fireplace options, give us a call at 330-494-8054 or just Contact Us.
A gas dryer, gas water heater or other appliance is a great way to make your home more energy efficient as well as seeing some electricity cost savings. Gas dryers tend to be more efficient, drying your clothes in a shorter time span than their electric counterparts. In many homes, speed is key when it comes to laundry!
Whether you need new gas lines run for your outdoor grill, fireplace or appliances such as dryers or water heaters, That Plumber is happy to help your home be more efficient, saving your both time and money!
That Plumber is licensed in the state of Ohio and proudly serves Stark, Carroll, Summit, Wayne and Tuscarawas counties installing new or replacing gas lines.