Gas Line Installation & Repair in Manchester, NH
Looking for a gas line installation and repair professional? Work with the master gas fitters who are committed to ensuring your safety and peace of mind.
LHR Plumbing and Heating provides a full range of gas piping services throughout Manchester, NH and surrounding areas in southern New Hampshire. We offer gas line installations, replacements, and repair—including emergency gas leak repairs.
Give us a call today to discuss your particular concerns. We are happy to provide you with an estimate or second opinion, or book you for an immediate appointment.
Need to Install New Gas Lines on Your Property?
Running your home appliances and HVAC equipment on natural gas can provide you with greater energy efficiency and savings over time. Whether you need to replace or upgrade your existing gas line, or you are thinking of switching from oil or electricity to natural gas, we can help you with your new gas line installation.
If this is your first time adding a gas piping system on your property, we will help you plan, design, and install your new system without hassle. Our master gas fitter and natural gas plumbers will make sure the job is completed safely and efficiently, so you can take full advantage of your natural gas appliances without hassle.
Are you planning on installing new gas equipment, such as a tankless water heater, range, or dryer? You may need to upgrade your current gas pipe system to accommodate the fuel and power demands of your new appliances. Our team can help you with this upgrade and have your appliances running efficiently in no time.
Our team at LHR Plumbing and Heating is here to help you through the gas line installation and replacement process. From assessing your needs to selecting pipe materials that comply with code and local requirements, we will make sure you receive a worry-free experience from start to finish.
Gas Leak? Call Now for Emergency Gas Leak Repair in Manchester
A gas leak in your home can quickly put your family and your property at risk. If your home is poorly ventilated, you may begin to experience the physical symptoms of a gas leak, which include persistent lethargy, nausea, dizziness, and difficulty breathing.
The strongest warning sign is the smell of rotten eggs. Other signs include hissing sounds coming from your gas line and houseplants that unexpectedly die.
If you think your home is affected by a gas leak, get help as quickly as possible. Contact your local gas company to alert them to the leak, then contact our emergency plumbers for immediate gas leak repair. We will identify the source of the leak and have your gas line running efficiently again as soon as possible.