Running a Natural Gas Line to Your Barbecue Is the Smart Way To Go
Hoping to have your natural gas line connected so you can enjoy grilling on demand? We do that.
Picture this — the party is going well, and everyone is enjoying themselves. Now it’s later in the evening and time to grill the steaks. But when you try to start the barbecue, you discover that you’re out of propane. That’ll kill the party. No one feels like running out to fill the propane tanks.
Or, it’s a beautiful, early summer evening and you’ve got a chicken roasting on your barbecue’s rotisserie. It’s about halfway done when you check on it, only to discover that the propane has run out. Supper is going to be a bit late!
If you had a natural gas line to your barbecue, you wouldn’t have to worry about this happening, ever again.
It’s an easy installation. In most cases, we simply tap into the outside gas supply and run a 3/4” pipe as discreetly as possibly to your deck or patio. It can go wherever you prefer to keep your barbecue.
If you’ve already got a natural gas line set up to your barbecue, firing it up for the first time in the spring or summer is simple and straightforward. Turn the service valve near the gas metre back on (it’s a good idea to turn it off before winter just to be safe), clean your barbecue off, and you’re all set!
As an added bonus, natural gas is cheaper than propane