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Gas Piping Installation and Repairs 

Discovering a problem with your gas pipes can be a stressful time. No one wants to be left without heating, hot water, or the use of their household appliances. The good news is that gas line repairs can be carried out quickly and easily. Working with gas is highly dangerous unless you are a qualified professional. Whether your job involves gas line repair or new gas piping installation, speak with a certified contractor. They will identify the problem and recommend the best solution to leave your gas appliances running safely and efficiently.


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Gas piping repair costs

Cutting corners in gas piping installation or gas line repair is not recommended because safety is the most important factor. Here is a quick guide to some common jobs and how much they can cost.


Gas line repair

If there is a problem with your gas line, it will need to be replaced. Exact costs can vary between $120 and $1,300*, depending on the parts required and the labor required.


Installing a new gas line

If you need to have a new gas line installed from the main in your street, this can cost $2,500* or more. The exact price will vary depending on factors such as the distance from your home to the main line, as well as local building requirements. 


Moving or rerouting a gas line

You may need to have a gas line move or rerouted if you are building an addition or have moved into a new home that is not up to code. You should expect to pay $15-$25* per linear foot for materials, plus labor.  



You will need a highly qualified professional, such as a master plumber, for any gas repair or installation job. Hourly rates typically fall between $45 and $150*.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my homeowner insurance cover the cost of my gas line repair?
Unfortunately, homeowner insurance most likely will not cover gas line repairs or gas piping installation. Exceptions could be made if the original gas line installation contractors were at fault for damage, such as a broken gas line. Check your policy statement and consult your insurance company to find out what is covered.

*Cost estimates referenced are sourced from HomeAdvisor, Angie’s List and other national home improvement websites.

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