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Who Installs Gas Lines for BBQs & Appliances? We Do!

March 12th, 2020

Summer BBQ Natural Gas

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good summer barbecue. Steak, burgers, ribs, and more all cook up at their best on the grill. And natural gas is one of the most convenient ways to do it all.

At Syles Mechanical in Windsor, we make it easier than ever to enjoy your summer barbecue. We’ll install a natural gas line directly to your grill. Watch the hassle of grilling disappear and enjoy the fun! You’ll never want to go back once you have a gas line for your barbecue.

Here are some of the biggest benefits of a gas line:

1. You’ll Never Run Out of Fuel

Tired of having to put your barbecue plans on hold because you forgot to call in a fuel delivery? Never worry about it again. Your natural gas line is ready when you are any time of the year. Just use your grill normally and watch the magic.

2. You Can Grill Any Time

Electric grill users are in for a headache if they’re cooking and they lose power. A connected gas line means your dinner or weekend plans will never be disrupted by trouble with the electric utility. That can come in handy if you need to use up frozen meat fast!

3. You’ll Save More Money

Natural gas is a lot less expensive than propane, especially when you consider delivery costs. If you use your grill on a regular basis, natural gas can save you hundreds of dollars over the course of a year. That really adds up over the lifetime of your grill.

4. No Lugging Heavy Tanks Around

Let’s face it: Propane tanks are heavy. You have to be very careful about where you store them and how you use them. By comparison, natural gas is much safer. Very little can go wrong, and if there’s ever a problem, you’ll be able to detect it right away.

5. You’ll Do Your Part for the Environment

All things considered, natural gas is better for the environment than propane. Natural gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel and produces only about half as much carbon dioxide as coal, which is used to generate electricity throughout many parts of Canada.

Your barbecue isn’t the only thing that’s compatible with a gas line. Your kitchen range and other devices can benefit. Syles Mechanical gets it done in as little as one day.

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