If you currently have an electrical stove but want to switch to a gas range, our team can do a visit to your home to see if this is possible.
However, running a complicated gas line could potentially cost you $1,000 on top of the price of the new stove. (For example, if you're installing something in your finished basement and the range is in a different part of the house from any other gas appliances, it may be more difficult and we may need to cut into drywall.)
That's why we recommend you evaluate all the costs before buying a new gas appliance.
If you do decide to go ahead with a gas stove/stovetop purchase, our team would be happy to come out to your home and hook it up to your gas line.
A new gas stove or stovetop will have a nominal impact on your gas or electric bills.
For houses built in the early 70's or before, we recommend checking behind your stove for a copper colored or aluminum/silver colored pipe/line. These lines are typically uncovered and may need to be upgraded for your safety.
West Michigan Gas Piping uses stainless steel lines of varying diameters. These lines are jacketed in a black covering in the case of lightning strikes.
We're happy to answer any questions you may have about installing a new gas stove or stovetop. Give us a call for an estimate today!