Gas pipe installation should only be performed by licensed professionals.
When adding natural gas appliances in your home or business, the most important step is the gas pipe installation.
Each joint of the pipe must be carefully sealed to meet state and local regulations. Thus you are assured of the safe and efficient operation of your appliance.
We are proud to serve customers in the Denver Metro area with gas piping services that fulfills all your needs.
Working with designers, plumbing, heating and mechanical contractors, we are happy to offer both commercial and residential services.
Gas Pipe Installation | Requirements
Prior to a gas pipe installation, there are certain steps that must be followed. These include:
• Local permits need to be obtained.
• Inside house or business gas pipes must be deemed safe and have sufficient capacity.
• The size of the gas pipe depends on the requirements of the appliances to be connected.
When the above requirements are met, we are ready to install your natural gas pipe. Each step of the work is done by personnel who are highly trained in all aspects of gas pipe installations.
Special care is taken to be sure this installation does not conflict with current or future plans for the premise.
After installation and hookup, an additional test will be performed on all connections to be sure there is no leaks.
Although we do not sell appliances, we are happy to connect a natural gas pipe to any approved gas appliance.
Gas Line Installations | Natural Gas Ranges
There are specific requirements when connecting a natural gas line to any appliance.
Both residential and commercial ranges require detailed steps to install an appliance that will operate correctly and safely.
Gas pipes must be specific to the appliance needing a fuel line and hookup. The capacity of the gas appliance and the pressure it needs for safe and optimal operation must be met to provide safe and reliable performance.
While older range models use pilot lights to ignite the burners, today newer stoves have electronic ignitions for safety.
This is true whether you are installing a standard stove or a countertop model. For these, having the correct gas pressure and capacity are essential.
Natural gas appliances require sufficient capacity in the lines in order to operate efficiently.
If gas piping is already in place, tests can be done to assure the right flow is reaching the appliances. On some occasions, only an adjustment is required.
Popular Natural Gas Lines
Gas fireplaces are extremely popular in today’s homes. They are able to create warmth and well-being with the simple flip of a remote control or wall switch.
There are a number of different types of natural gas fireplaces available.
Direct vent models are the most efficient of the vented fireplaces and return the most heat for the fuel consumed.
When it comes to safety, the direct vent models are at the top of the list.
Gas Piping | Our Specialty
We are especially careful with your fireplace gas pipe installation. It must be adjusted to properly operate in high altitudes with the specific gas that is provided.
Doing this allows the fireplace to operate correctly with no adverse conditions down the road.
With outdoor gas fireplaces, bbq’s and patio heaters, a whole new space is available to enjoy.
The “outdoor room” allows for the enjoyment of Colorado’s great outdoors for nearly every day of the year.
Having the expertise to properly plan for your new gas appliances will allow for maximum comfort and safety.
If you just purchased a home that has gas appliances it’s always a good idea to have the lines tested. There are several methods depending on the age and location of your home.
We perform this service and assure there are no dangerous leaks or problems that need to be taken care of.
If necessary, we can make any updates that are needed to ensure safety and peace of mind.
TGC has more than 38 years of experience in the field and over 250,000 appliances hooked up.
We offer our customers the very best service regarding gas pipe installations, connections and repairs.