Gas Line Services in Maryland and Surrounding Areas

Having gas lines installed in your Maryland-area home can provide considerable advantages. However, when you need gas lines installed, repaired, or replaced, you need to connect with a local company with not only the skill and knowledge needed to perform the job correctly and safely but the appropriate license to legally do the job. is a full-service chimney company licensed by WSSC to provide natural gas and propane services to homeowners in Maryland for over 30 years! With our experienced gas specialists and extensive resources, we’re the ideal choice for comprehensive gas solutions in the Maryland area. 

Contact our gas specialists for: 

  • Gas line installation
  • Gas line replacement 
  • Gas line repair


Gas Line Services

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Gas Line Installation Service

The gas line service teams at are licensed by WSSC and highly experienced. This enables our team to provide comprehensive and safe underground gas pipe installation services, from digging and trenching for new lines to installing piping and plumbing networks for any gas-fed appliance. 

Our team has often performed gas line installation for use with:

  • Gas burner and log sets
  • Gas grills
  • Gas water heaters
  • Gas fireplaces and fire pits 
  • Gas heating appliances
  • And more

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Reasons to Install New Gas Lines

Having gas lines installed provides numerous benefits. Since this fuel is delivered directly to your home on-demand, you don’t have to store oil or propane onsite, and there’s no risk of running out of fuel on a cold winter day. Compared to electric appliances, gas versions are more affordable to operate. Many also continue to function during power outages, depending on the ignition method.

Here are the top scenarios when it’s necessary to install gas lines:

Perhaps you’re building a home, and you know you want natural gas from the get-go. We’ll work with your builder to install gas lines at the proper time in the construction process.

Whether you want to install a gas fireplace from scratch or convert a wood fireplace into a gas log set or insert, we have you covered! We’ll install the gas lines and all the other components you need.

If you live in an older home, you may have an oil furnace or boiler. We can help you enjoy the convenience and cost-effectiveness of natural gas heating with our gas line installation services.

Want to cook like a bonafide chef on a gas stove or grill? Let us help bring your dream to life with new gas lines and appliance hookups.

Perhaps an existing gas line has aged poorly or been damaged by a stray shovel. If gas line repair isn’t feasible, we can conduct the necessary replacement.

Gas Line Repair

Gas line complications can be frightening and even life-threatening. Our team takes this sort of job seriously, and we will strive to meet all of your gas line repair needs with equal parts speed and accuracy regardless of the complexity of your gas line repair needs. You can trust to handle the job with the care and attention it demands. 

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Common Gas Line Problems

Having a natural gas line installed in your home allows you to enjoy cost-effective and convenient fuel delivery straight to your appliances, grill, or fireplace. A vast majority of the time, gas lines operate correctly and safely with no risk to your home or family. However, natural gas lines do occasionally have problems.

Here are the potential issues that could arise with your gas line:

Natural gas pipes may crack with age or become damaged if they are struck with a shovel. To prevent a leak, always dial 811 to locate buried pipes and wires before you dig.

Damaged joints or improperly installed connections may come loose over time, leading to dangerous leaks.

Contaminant buildup or debris at the access point can cause blockages, resulting in appliance malfunctions.

Partially closed valves may block the natural gas flow, while a leaky valve could create a safety hazard.

Schedule Gas Line Service With the Gas Specialists at Chimney.Com

Since 1989, has been delivering quality gas services and unmatched workmanship to homeowners in the Maryland area. Whether you need repairs, new installs, or an estimate for a project that involves gas lines, feel free to reach out at any time.

To schedule service with our team, you can contact us online or reach us by calling (301) 945-7955 any time!

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What Your Neighbors Have To Say

Over 265 Google Reviews

Jessica Herstek

From start to finish, was the best. We needed full services to convert from fire-burning to gas, with chimney, fireplace, and gas line work. They were very responsive, knowledgeable, ...

Randy Benjenk did an excellent job with a chimney repair and installing a natural gas line. They were efficient and easy to work with. I highly recommend them....

Michael Dreis

The crew at is highly professional, competent and nice to work with. They installed a new linear fireplace where no fireplace previously existed: gas line, bump out, stonework…the ...

Carol Wigglesworth

I had a gas insert installed in my fireplace. This process included extending a gas line from the fireplace, under my crawlspace, to my gas source. It took the workers a full day, and the owner...

Paul Scholl

I had a great experience with They relined my chimney, installed the gas line and also a new gas log set. The entire process from my first request for an estimate to completion was l...

Where Are Gas Fireplace Services Available?

Our service area includes most of Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC. Here’s a list of cities we serve:

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Gas Line FAQs

Absolutely, yes. In order to provide or even offer to provide gas services, a company must have an MHIC, HVACR, and/or Master Plumber/Gas Fitter license. Gas lines must be laid, inspected, and tested by a WSSC-licensed contractor. It must then be approved by the local gas utility provider before it can be used. This is why handles the entire process from start to finish. 

Yes, in some cases, it’s possible to use an existing gas line. It’s best left up to a certified contractor, as mishandling gas lines can be incredibly dangerous, but in many situations, an existing line can be split to run multiple gas-fed appliances. 

The most common sign of a leak is detected by smell — natural gas is odorless, tasteless, and colorless, but utility providers add a material called mercaptan to gas, giving it a distinct rotten egg or sulfurous odor. 

Other common signs include:

  • Hissing noises from or near a gas line
  • Odd behavior from gas-fed appliances (strange flame color, “spitting” flame, etc.)
  • Kicked up dust or debris near a gas line 
  • Sudden houseplant wilting or death