Gas Line Repair in Bridgeville PA 15017

When you have a gas leak and need gas line repair in Bridgeville PA 15017, you can trust the experts at John Wilcox Plumbing Heating Cooling. We are a family-owned and operated business that has been serving the South Hills area since 2015. We are licensed and insured. We guarantee our gas line work. Gas lines are essential for your appliances, such as stoves, water heaters, fireplaces, dryers, BBQ Grill, and more. However, gas lines can also pose a serious safety risk if they are damaged, corroded, or leaking. That’s why you need a professional plumber to handle any gas line repair or installation. At John Wilcox Plumbing Heating Cooling, we are licensed to perform gas line repair, including:
  • Gas line repairs near me
  • Gas leak detection and repair
  • Gas line installation for new appliances
  • Gas line replacement or rerouting
  • Gas line testing and inspection
  • Gas line leak
  • Gas line for grill
  • Fireplace gas line
  • Gas line capping or uncapping
  • Gas line extension or relocation
  • Gas line valve repair or replacement
  • Gas line fitting repair or replacement
  • Gas line regulator repair or replacement
  • Gas line coupling repair or replacement
  • Gas line elbow repair or replacement
  • Gas line tee repair or replacement
  • Gas line union repair or replacement
  • Gas line nipple repair or replacement
  • Carbon Monoxide Testing
  • Adding gas shutoff
  • Gas shutoff replacement
  • Gas Cock Installation
  • Gas line flange repair or replacement
  • Gas line riser repair or replacement
  • Gas line vent repair or replacement
  • Gas line drip leg repair or replacement
  • Gas line sediment trap repair or replacement
  • Gas dryer line
  • Gas Line inspection
  • Gas Company Testing for new Installations
  • Gas line pressure adjustment
  • Black iron gas leak repair
  • Copper gas leak repair
  • Copper line repair
  • Gas leak detection
  • Electronic gas leak detection
  • Fireplace log set
  • Basement gas line removal
  • Gas line conversion to flexible gas line
  • Flex Gas Line
  • Gas flex line
  • Propane gas line
  • Gastite repairs, Gastite replacement, Gastite Installation
  • Trac-pipe repairs, Trac-pipe replacement, Trac-pipe Installation
  • ¾ gas flex line
  • ¾ gas line
  • ½ gas flex line
  • ½ gas line
  • Quick connect gas line fitting

No matter what type of gas line repair you need, we have the tools, skills, and experience to get the job done right. We use high-quality materials and follow the latest safety and environmental standards. We also work with Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania and People’s Gas to upgrade natural gas lines in local neighborhood we service. 

Don’t let a gas line problem put your home or business at risk. Protect your family and call John Wilcox Plumbing Heating Cooling now at 412-257-1300 and let us take care of your gas line repair needs. We offer free estimates with purchase of gas line.  We offer military discounts, and senior citizen discounts.   

Are you looking for a reliable and experienced gas line replacement company in Bridgeville, PA? Look no further than John Wilcox Plumbing Heating Cooling for gas line service work, the trusted name in plumbing and heating services since 2015.

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Steps to Replace a Gas Line or Steps to Install a Gas Line Replacement

  1. Mark area of excavation with white paint.  When using excavator call 1-call for utility company location of public utilities 3 days before work begins.
  2. Excavate near existing curb stop.  Excavate where gas line enters home.  Expose, and cut both ends.  Keep existing pipe clean of debris. 
  3. Insert new yellow gas pipe inside existing cast iron gas pipe.  This creates a 2nd wall that protects the plastic gas pipe.  Add sleeve where it goes through foundation walls, or goes through concrete.  Seal up all penetrations to make air and water tight seal.  This is done by using elastomeric gaskets, silicone, caulking, or hydraulic cement.
  4. Install new meter bar, sleeve, gas line, and backfill with sand to protect new gas line, test with kuhlman gauge or spring gauge. 
  5. Install tracer wire from curb stop to new meter bar
  6. Connect new gas pipe to gas company main using transition fitting.  Connect new gas pipe to new gas meter bar.
  7. Test new line using Kuhlman gauge or Spring Gage depending on gas company requirements and Plumber specified requirements
  8. Test with Gas company who installs meter. In our area this is typically Columbia Gas and Peoples Gas which now owns Equitable Gas. 
  9. Add sand around new piping to protect pipe
  10. Backfill soil, add stone when appropriate.
  11. Backfill and tamp. In areas of sidewalks we typically add b2 gravel to grade to prevent trip hazard until homeowner can hire concrete contractor to repair.
  12. In areas of the yard, we backfill and tamp.  We mound up excess soil so that when ground settles it will look more natural. 
  13. We cleanup by removing excess concrete, tools, soil, rock, sand, trash off worksite.  Depending on time of year we may use brooms or hoses to wash down the areas we work on.