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Who Do You Call for Gas Fireplace Piping? An HVAC Contractor. Here's Why
Wednesday, October 08, 2014

If you want to snuggle up by a cozy fire this winter, call an HVAC contractor sooner rather than later.

New gas fireplace

Everyone loves the idea of a fireplace in their home, especially when it’s a gas fireplace, where you don’t have to chop wood or try to light the fire. But if you’re looking to install a gas log fireplace in your home and want to work with a professional, you may be surprised to find out that the same company that can takes care of your heating and cooling – G+S Energy – can also handle your piping for a gas fireplace.

Why would an HVAC contractor be a good professional for gas fireplace piping? It’s simple: because gas fireplaces are a great source for heating. In addition, as part of our energy services, we have a lot of experience working with natural gas, which is an environmentally-friendly fuel source – which makes us perfect for the piping for a natural gas fireplace.

Here are some other benefits of working with a professional on your natural gas fireplace:

Safety First

Many people consider gas piping in wood fireplaces an attractive modification to their home, but they need to consult a professional along the way. Any project involving natural gas has the potential for gas leaks, which can be extremely dangerous if unnoticed or unchecked. You want to only work with someone who has experience and training working with natural gas piping.

By the Book

Another great reason to consult with G+S Energy about your gas fireplace piping project is that this kind of process involves building codes, permits, and requires approval. Keeping in line with these standards is not only a legal issue; it’s a matter of safety. At G+S, we have all the training and experience to handle this process correctly and safely.

Count the Ways

There are several advantages when it comes to burning natural gas as opposed to wood, which emits particulate matter into the air and is already a restricted activity in some areas. If you’re on the fence about installing gas piping, get some insight from the experts at G+S Energy.

For more information about gas fireplace piping, call G+S Energy today at 704-933-2256.

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