Natural gas eliminates the need for propane tanks so you don’t need to worry about running out propane if you are cooking a meal. Barbecue grill can be connected to the house gas with a separate line and the quick connect on the exterior wall is generally used. This connection can be easily disconnected when needed. Barbecue grill lines for a natural gas can be steel, stainless steel or copper. But, copper is preferred by most professionals. Barbecue gas line is easier to install and its costs can be kept down. Half the cost of the propane is needed to operate the natural gas when barbecue grill is installed. A separate shut-off valve is to be installed for this line and this valve should be located near the grill for easy access. Therefore, you should always hire a professional to connect a natural gas line for GAS BBQ INSTALLATION. The separate valve is used to turn off the gas when it is not used.

CGS specializes in installing natural gas lines for BBQ grill. A gas barbecue can be a big investment that can make all the difference while outdoor entertaining with friends and family. Our gas installation and fitting professional can install the gas BBQ perfectly or repair the existing one when it shuts down. They are also called upon when any kind of shifting is required. CGS professionals are given the right training and tools before they are sent for actual field jobs. The GAS BBQ INSTALLATION professionals in Pickering have the expertise, experience, and equipment to install and commission any brand or model of new gas BBQ. The professional can easily extendthe original gas pipe to create a new outlet that wherever required.

Installation Process of BBQ Gas Grill

Before starting GAS BBQ INSTALLATION, check the quantity of natural gas in the system to confirm that it has enough capacity to support a barbecue grill.

You should use a pipe wrench to turn off the gas at the gas meter.

While installing the BBQ gas line, you should tap into the existing gas line and run a new line out to the gas grill location.

Apply pipe-joint compound to each and every threaded connection and then tighten with a pipe wrench.

You must suspend the new line from the floor joints with galvanized-steel pipe hangers.

In the new auxiliary gas line, install a new gas shutoff valve.

Since the BBQ grill is used in outdoors, drill a hole through the house wall and the diameter of the hole is a ¾ inch.

From the basement through the hole to the outside continue the new gas line.

Install a shutoff valve into the pipe and just outside the house.

To ensure there is no leakage, do the pressure test for the new gas line.

Also, you can check the leaks by spraying liquid soap onto the threaded connections.

Check the pressure gauge to confirm the pressure has not dropped after forty minutes.

Remove the pressure gauge from the gas pipe after testing the pressure.

Onto the end of the gas pipe, install a quick-connect hose fitting.

Apply rust-resistant spray paint to the new piping.

To the rear of the gas grill, connect a new flexible quick-connect gas hose.

You can install an adapter to convert the grill from propane to natural gas.

Onto the quick-fitting on the new gas line, snap the end of the grill’s gas hose.

Now, turn on the gas at the meter.

A natural gas grill has more advantages over charcoal and propane in many ways that include cost, convenience, safety and portability. Therefore, we provide the best quality GAS BBQ INSTALLATION in the city of Pickering. You can enjoy our gas installation service for BBQ at an affordable price with experience professionals.