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Gas Appliance Installation: 4 Fixtures to Add to Your Home

Gas Appliance Installation: 4 Fixtures to Add to Your Home

Here are four fixtures to consider for gas appliance installation in your home.

If you are considering installing a gas appliance or new gas system in your home, you should seriously consider having more work done. An experienced plumber should be the only one working on your gas lines for safety reasons, and some homeowners choose to have them replace multiple appliances at once. It makes sense for many homeowners to convert all of their machines to gas in one fell swoop. The professionals at Metcalf Plumbing are experts in gas line and appliance installation and repair, and they can help you improve the efficiency and function of your home’s large appliances by making the switch to gas. Here are four fixtures to consider for gas appliance installation in your home.

Gas Furnace

Fall is here, and winter is just around the corner. The cool weather is about to turn frigid, and your home’s heating should be primed and ready. If your wood stove or other heating system is on its last leg, you should look into getting a gas furnace for your home. They can produce hotter air faster than electric systems, and they are a more reliable source of heat than burning firewood.

Gas Stovetop and Oven

Gas appliance installation can make your entire kitchen look like new — and run more efficiently, too. Gas stoves, ovens, and ranges can completely change the way you cook. Many chefs, both professional and amateur, enjoy the way that gas stoves work. Rather than an induction stovetop or electric coil that heats up over time, gas stovetops and ranges use open flames for quick, hot, and efficient cooking. Gas is often cheaper than electricity, and you can still use your gas stove if the power goes out. Gas ovens also have flame broiling capabilities, which many home chefs find preferable to electric versions.

Gas Clothes Dryer

Like many other gas fixtures, clothes dryers powered by natural gas often operate more efficiently, quickly, and inexpensively than their electric counterparts. There’s nothing worse than an old electric dryer that takes two cycles to get your clothes dry. Consider replacing your old dryer with a fast and efficient gas dryer.

Gas Water Heater

Last but not least, gas water heaters are an excellent addition to any home. Because they are so popular and widely discussed, they are often the reason that many homeowners consider natural gas in the first place. Gas water heaters work faster and cheaper than standard electric systems, working even when your power goes out. Also, tankless versions mean that you will never run out of hot water.

Experience the Metcalf Plumbing Difference

Metcalf Plumbing is a customer-focused plumbing contractor serving residential and commercial clients throughout the Catonsville, Ellicott City and surrounding areas. From water heater installation, sump pump installation and repair to water and sewer line replacement, Metcalf Plumbing is a trusted resource to call on when you need help with your plumbing services. We are not commission-based and we provide honest, upfront costs with a thorough inspection of your system and suggested next steps. Our trained and courteous technicians are standing by to provide quality comfort at competitive prices. You can call us at 410-242-311 and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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