Do you need trenches dug for new gas lines?

In the United States, the law requires that a gas line should be between 18 and 24 inches deep (typically, main gas lines are at least 24 inches deeper than service gas lines, which are found at a depth of 18 inches underground).

Do you have trenching needs? Our team has the specialized equipment needed to dig trenches that comply with the specific depth, tracer wires, signaling tape, etc. required by law.


If you have purchased a furnace and need a gas line run to it, our team has the equipment required to do the job. Please note that we do charge by the foot for straight trenching (no piping).


Oftentimes homeowners reach out to us because their electrician referred them to us to trench lines for their new security cameras. We are happy to take care of any trenching needs.

Trenching lines should be done by trained professionals. Avoid the hassle and rest assured that your trenches will be legally compliant by leaving the job to us!

We're happy to answer any questions you may have about trenching for gas lines. Give us a call for an estimate today!