Gas Line for Your Grill – Intallation
Never change out your propane tank again when you connect your grill to your central LPG or propane gas line.
Follow these 4 easy steps to get a successful outdoor gas line installation for your grill.
- Match your grill to your central gas type – Most grills are ready for propane and if you are using propane gas for heating, then you are all set, skip to step 3. However, if you use LPG (natural gas) in your home, you will need to buy a new grill or convert your propane grill to accept the correct gas type.
- Convert your propane gas grill to accept natural gas: Some makers of gas grills sell natural gas conversion kits. Other manufacturers do not advise it. Compare the costs of purchasing a new grill specifically designed for natural gas to the cost of a conversion kit. Most cheaper models of grills have a limited life span, and if you grill is a few years old, you make want to invest in a new one.
- Select the perfect location for your outdoor grill: A licensed plumber will install your gas line correctly, but he will need to run a pipe to your main gas line and run it underground to your grilling location. You may want to seek the advice of your plumber before you set your location.
- Call Staten Plumbing and save money!: For the safest, most economical installation, make sure you use a licensed professional. This is not a type of home improvement project that should be done by the homeowner, or even your handyman. Our plumbers know that safety is first and have the correct parts and equipment to install a gas line for your grill. We currently offer this service for only $495! But don’t wait, call today before it’s too late!