If you are considering adding or moving a gas line, you’re probably wondering what the cost of such a project would be.

According to HomeAdvisor.com, the cost range for gas line installs is anywhere from $120 to $1350. “Most homeowners spend between $256 and $768.”

Cost of material, labor cost, obtaining permits and costs due to following local building codes and complexity of the project all play a part in the overall cost of the installation.

Can A Plumber Install A Gas Line?

Yes and No. Not all plumbers are trained and licensed to work with gas lines. Here at Atlantis Plumbing we DO have natural gas plumbers that work on installing and repairing gas lines.

So, if you’re looking for the right professional who installs gas lines for stoves, fixes gas leaks, etc. – look for plumbers with the expertise and licensing to work with natural gas.

Cost For Running A Natural Gas Line From The Street To The House

According to HomeAdvisor.com – you can spend up anywhere from $2500 to $50,000 (although they do say this is rare).

The factors that are involved in the cost are…

  • Your gas company
  • The distance from the main line to the house
  • Number and type of obstructions such as buildings, roads, etc.
  • Local building codes

Our recommendation is to first check with your gas company. If the main line is very close to the house – the cost may be greatly minimized.

If you are have questions about installing gas lines in your residential or commerical property, call the the top Atlanta plumbers – Atlantis Plumbing today at 770-505-8570. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.