The gas lines in a Seattle home help operate many different appliances. Chances are, if you live in a Seattle or King County home, you will need to install or replace your gas lines at some point. Gas lines help operate things like water heaters, stoves, and fireplaces. So, ensuring that they are installed and working properly is important for your household in Seattle. 


If you already have a home in Seattle and have been living in it (or the home is a bit older), you may be in a position where your gas line needs to be repaired or re-installed. A smart homeowner knows the signs to look out for that indicate that there are issues with their gas line in their Seattle home. It can be very dangerous if your gas line is damaged. 


Extreme winters can become a nightmare if your heating system is failing. Effective heating installation means a comfortable and cozy temperature for your home at all times. Hire an expert heating service provider to handle your heating installation if you don’t want to deal with expensive repairs and higher energy bills.


Mainline Plumbing and Drain offers several heating options, including electric furnaces, heat pumps, gas heating installation, and boilers. You can choose according to your preference and requirement or let us help you find the best solution to make you comfortable when the outside temperature drops.




Signs that your gas lines in Seattle are not working properly.

Rotten egg smell. A rotten egg smell from your gas range means that gas is escaping somehow. This may be through a leak in the system. If this does happen, turn off the gas immediately.



50 years or older. If you live in a home that has gas lines which are older than 50 years, it may be that it could begin to crack. Older gas lines are at greater risk of damaging over time, leaving you and your household vulnerable. If your gas lines are over 50 years, it may be time to call a professional.



Hissing sound. Hearing a hissing sound? Check your gas range as soon as possible to see if that is what is causing it. A hissing sound is an indication that your gas line has a hole or crack in it, causing gas to leak out. Of course, this would also produce a smell along with it. If this does happen, shut off the gas immediately. Call a local plumber in Seattle to assess the problem area and repair or replace your gas line. 



Rusting or corroding. If your metal gas line shows signs of rusts or corrosion, this probably means that moisture is reaching the gas line and causing rusting to occur. This may start small and may not be as noticeable at the beginning. However, as time goes on, it will increase and be more visible. Being vigilant in the beginning stages will help you protect your household early on. 

How Mainline Determines Your Gas Line Installation Estimate:


  • We assess your home’s gas line needs. Before we can provide an honest estimate, our expert plumbers will assess your home’s current situation. The longer the line you need to install, the more materials and time it will take. The length of piping you need will be based on a few factors, like:
    • The distance from the main gas line
    • How many appliances the line will service
    • Whether it’s a new line or an extension
  • We determine the location of the gas new line. Installation costs vary depending on where the gas line needs to be installed. Gas lines that are installed in hard-to-reach places like under floors or concrete fixtures can cost more.
  • We include parts and labor warranties. Extended parts and labor warranties protect homeowners from paying out of pocket for repairs later on down the road. We’ll provide you with the option to add extended warranties.


Natural Gas Plumbing Services in the Kent Area
Natural gas is a fantastic and efficient way to power most of the appliances in your home. Installing gas lines is one of our specialties at Mainline Plumbing. You’ve come to the right place, if you need us to install a gas line in your home for any appliance including:

Gas line set up outside of residential home by Mainline:

  • Furnaces
  • Gas stoves
  • Gas grills
  • Swimming pools/hot tubs
  • Water heaters
  • Fireplaces
  • Boilers

If you approve the work, we’ll get it done the same day! And we always provide upfront written estimates. If you live in the Seattle area and need us to install gas lines, don’t wait – call Mainline today!

Our gas line technicians service Seattle and King County, as well as Pierce County.

If you live in Seattle and need gas line installation, call Mainline Plumbing. Our professional and experienced plumbers will ensure that the gas lines in your home are installed properly, up to code, and with lasting value. Take action and protect your home by hiring an experienced and licensed plumber in your Seattle home. Call us at ((253) 303-5595 today!

CALL: (206) 741-0279