A Gas Line Installation is a Job Best Left Up to Professionals
With easy access to an endless supply of information, you can learn how to do just about anything by typing a few simple terms in a Google search and reading a tutorial or watching a YouTube video. While going the DIY route can make a lot of financial sense in some cases, there are instances when it’s neither safe nor smart to attempt to do something yourself.
A gas line installation, whether to your range, an indoor or outdoor fireplace, even your barbecue is best left up to the experts. Despite the very obvious and serious danger that a botched gas line installation can present, some homeowners still attempt to do this job themselves just so they can save a few dollars.
A Costly Mistake
Even if it appears to be pretty straightforward to install a gas line from a YouTube video, there are many variables involved that only a trained professional will know how to identify and/or work with.
In an incident two years ago that involved a DIY gas line installation gone wrong, the homeowner failed to cap a section of the line and the ensuing explosion left the Arizona man and his wife in the hospital and their home destroyed. As tragic as this incident was, it could have been even worse.
Trust Licensed Professionals
The small price you will pay for a professional gas line installation will pay off in more ways than one when your lines have been installed safely, properly and according to code. At JOB Heating and Air Conditioning, our team of technicians are licensed and familiar with all of the relevant city codes. When it comes to installing gas lines, there’s also something to be said for experience, because the more knowledgeable you are, the better prepared you will be to manage even the most challenging jobs safely.
JOB Heating and Air Conditioning has been installing gas lines for home and business owners throughout Saskatoon for more than 17 years. When it comes to gas lines, we’ve seen and done it all! Call us to schedule an appointment for your installation today: (306) 683-4328.