Our Services

  1. Natural Gas Line Installation
  2. Gas leak detection
  3. Repair or Replacement of gas lines
  4. Gas Appliance Connections
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Business Hours

We are open 8-5 daily


Our service area is along the Front Range

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Why Us?

About The Gas Connection

As a family owned business since 1980 The Gas Connection Inc. has installed over 200,000 gas lines for appliances in commercial and residential applications. We have worked with home owners, contractors within virtually every industry and with all the local jurisdictions.

We have also partnered and worked alongside utility companies, designers and others for one purpose and that is to provide the installation of gas lines in the safest most cost effective way. They have done this with the commitment to be the best in the gas industry for installing gas lines.

To the Home owner that means we have installed every appliance that could ever be installed in a home or property. This would include gas lines for cooking ranges, BBQs, gas firepit, fireplaces, dryers, patio heaters, snow melt, and of course furnaces and water heaters.

We also install natural gas refueling stations at residential homes and for contractors who want the savings and benefits of operating natural gas vehicles at a fraction of the cost of gasoline or diesel. Although the list goes on and on it really means we are prepared to take care of all your natural gas line needs.

For the contractors that means we will provide all or any part of the gas line project you need us to do. Some have us do just the gas lines while others have us include the hookup to appliances which sometimes involves venting the appliance.

So when would you need The Gas Connection? To add a gas line for a new appliance, to replace an old gas line, to repair a leaking gas line or increase the capacity of an existing gas line.

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We are located in Broomfield Colorado but serve from Fort Collins to Castle Rock and many of the mountain regions. Wherever you are or whatever your needs The Gas Connection Inc. with over 30 employees which includes our in-house installers have the experience and ability to take care of your needs. Call us for a free estimate and see just how professional we are. You will not be disappointed.


Gas Line Installation

Whole House Gas Line Replacement

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Gas leaks & no heat or hot water happen at the worst possible times.

Gas Leak Detection

Find & Repair Natural Gas Leaks

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“Xcel was just at my home and found a gas leak”
This is a common phone call we receive from concerned customers.

Gas Appliance Hook Up

No mess, cleanup or hassle.

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Bring excitement to your back yard gatherings while
enjoying the warmth and beauty of your own personal campfire at the turn of a key!

FAQs & News

  • Do you need a licensed installer?

    Definitely Yes: The Gas Connection, Inc. is licensed in every city and county in the Denver Metro Area, along the Front Range and most mountain communities.

  • How much experience do you have and how long have you been in business?

    The Gas Connection, Inc. has specialized in the installation and service of natural gas lines, gas fireplaces, and firepits in Colorado since 1980.

  • Who else installs gas lines?

    No other company specializes in gas lines like The Gas Connection, Inc. The Gas Connection, Inc. installs more gas lines and appliances in a week than most companies do in a year.

  • Do you warranty your work

    Choosing The Gas Connection, Inc. for your installation allows you to purchase your unit from any one of our Gold Retail Accounts with the confidence of knowing that Colorado’s leading installers will warranty the unit, even though we don’t sell the unit. In addition, we have a one year warranty on our gas lines and a two year warranty on the operation of any manually operated custom gas firepit we install.

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Gas Insert

Gas Insert

Gas Inserts vs Gas Logs

If you’ve made the decision to go with a gas insert, then the next decision you’ll have to make is whether you’ll use gas logs or a full insert. Knowing the difference between these options will help you make the right choice for your needs. Both designs will provide you with the ambiance you want and help you heat the area, but there are some key differences that you should be aware.

Fuel Efficiency
The most notable difference is seen in the fuel efficiency levels. Vented gas logs are about 10% efficient and carry a higher cost to operate. As the BTU level of vented gas logs increases, the operation costs also rise. A steady pilot light is convenient, but it also adds roughly $10 a month to the overall expenses. By contrast, gas inserts are far more efficient with levels of 80% or higher. The operation costs are lower, so they’re more effective at heating a room while the gas logs are more appropriate for adding some ambiance. Gas inserts also feature electronic pilot lights so that you can further reduce your expenses.

The Glass Front
Both versions feature a glass front. The glass doors on a vented log set are movable and must be fully opened when the system is in use, but the glass front of an insert is a fixed glass face that will not move. While the flames will be visible, the insert will not be accessible by consumers. If you love the look of doors but want the insert, then you can choose a model that features faux doors to closely simulate the appearance of a traditional fireplace.

Chimney Size
Another important consideration is the size of the chimney. While inserts burn very clean and only need a small, flexible, heat-resistant pipe for the chimney, the gas logs will need a larger chimney to vent away the soot and smoke that is produced. If you’re converting a wood-burning fireplace to a gas appliance, then you can go with either option. In the event that you’re adding an appliance to a space, then the gas insert would be your best choice.

The Purpose
Gas logs are generally a great choice for people who want the ambiance by aren’t worried about effectively heating a space. They’re ideal for rooms that are infrequently used, and they’re available in a wide range of styles. However, inserts are effective heaters that can help you get control over your utility bills. They’re a top choice for family rooms and even bedrooms that tend to be cold.

Cost Considerations
Many people want to know what the price difference is between the options. In general, more energy efficient appliances carry a higher price tag, and gas inserts are no exception. While you can get a decent set of gas logs for about $500 or less, most inserts start at about $2,000. A high-end gas log set can be found for about $1,000, but you can expect to pay closer to $4,000 for quality gas inserts. With either design, you’re encouraged to let a professional handle the installation to ensure that everything is property vented and ready for use.

Make your property more attractive by adding a fireplace, but choose the right one for your needs. If you’ve ruled out wood burners due to the mess and hassle, then gas-burning appliances are a smart choice. Gas logs are attractive and look like the real thing, but they will only warm a very limited space. They operate inefficiently, and they require a larger chimney. However, they’re more affordable initially than gas inserts. If you’re interested in effectively warming any area of your home, then the gas inserts are the right choice. They’re safe, attractive, and far more energy efficient than the gas logs.

Contact The Gas Connection today for a FREE estimate on installing gas line for your new natural gas insert or gas log set at 303-466-4206

Gas Insert​Gas Inserts vs Gas LogsIf you’ve made the decision to go with a gas insert, then the next decision you’ll have to make is whether you’ll use gas logs or a full insert. Knowing the difference between these options will help you make the right choice for your needs. Both designs will provide you…


The benefits of natural gas are many. It is one of the safest fuels that we have and burns much cleaner than other petroleum products. The use of natural gas is typically associated with the heating of our homes. However, there are many other applications for this type of fuel. Once your home has been…

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