Gas Piping Installation
We take a long-term approach to any installation job we do. That includes using quality material that will hold up to the wear of time, and making sure the installation work meets or exceeds industry standards in terms of organization and attention to detail, so that any necessary maintenance can be completed quickly and easily, saving you costs for the entire lifetime of your system. We also discuss any gas equipment you may want to add to your gas piping system to ensure we size your piping to accommodate future needs. Request your gas piping installation estimate today and High Mark Heating & Cooling will get you taken care of.
Gas Piping Equipment Addition
If you already have a gas piping system, but want to hook up new equipment like a propane gas range, BBQ, or fireplace, High Mark Heating & Cooling will take care of you. We’ll come out and ensure the sizing on your current system can handle the new equipment, and get a new line ready for the installation quickly and with the same attention to detail that’s earned us the North Idaho’s trust. Just get in touch with us today!
Gas Piping Repair
Is your current gas piping system malfunctioning? We offer 24/7/365 emergency service and can typically get a technician to you today in an emergency if needed, even if after business hours. If you smell gas, call your gas company immediately and do not turn on or off any lights.
Call us anytime, day or night to request emergency service!
Gas Piping Conversion
If you have an old system that is using propane or oil fuel, we can get you converted to clean natural gas! Our certified technician will come out and make sure the sizing and parts on your current system are correct for the conversion. Get in touch today to learn more about the process and how we can help convert you to natural gas or propane, whichever you need in your North Idaho home!
We Always Put Safety & Quality First
When it comes to gas piping, safety is especially important. Carbon Monoxide detectors are required for houses that have either an attached garage, fireplace, gas heater or appliance and they need to be installed within 10 feet of each room used for sleeping. We recommend a combination Gas & Carbon Monoxide Alarm and don’t forget to have the appropriate type of fire extinguisher for your kitchen and furnace rooms. Be sure to check your fire extinguisher(s) every January 1st to make sure they are still pressurized. We will help you work with the City or State inspector to get your gas piped system inspected twice – both before and after hookup. When you work with High Mark Heating & Cooling you’re treated like family and we always put safety & quality first!
What To Do If You Smell Gas
If you smell gas, and no stove burners were left on, evacuate the house as quickly as possible and call 9-1-1. Then, call your natural gas provider (your utility). Please note: a utility does not provide propane.
What to do if you smell gas and a burner was inadvertently left in the “on” position:
• Immediately turn off the burner.
• Do extinguish any flames that are lit.
• Turn on the range hood fan to the highest setting.
• Do not ignite any flame in the house (like cigarettes or candles) .
• Do not turn on appliances, light switches, or your car (if in an attached garage or near your house).
• Open all the windows and doors to air out your house.
• If you can, get everyone, including your pets, out of the house while your house gets flushed with fresh air.