The piping inside the house is called the gas supply line or building line. Branch lines run to individual appliances. The branch line terminates in a drop line, which is a vertical pipe dropping down to the appliance from an overhead branch line. This drop line is called a riser if it carries gas up to an appliance from a branch line below the appliance.

At Service Plus, our well-trained and experienced gas plumbers are ready to install, re-pipe, or repair your gas lines promptly, safely, and effectively

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Using natural gas appliances is safe, convenient, and energy-efficient, but gas fitting is not a DIY project. Working with natural gas pipes is skill-intensive. Natural gas is extremely flammable, leaving untrained individuals vulnerable to accidents resulting in fire/explosions, property damage, injuries, and potentially fatal CO poisoning. (Incomplete natural gas combustion releases hazardous carbon monoxide.)

The Service Plus team is experienced in responding to the technical challenges of gas line installation in Indianapolis homes. Our expert natural gas plumbers use proper equipment, procedures, and precautions when working with natural gas: installing, repairing, and/or calibrating gas lines.