Leave Propane Appliance Installation to the Pros

Installing your own gas appliances is never a good idea.

appliance installation miami, fl If you use propane in your home, you know it’s a fantastically versatile fuel. Having a stationary propane tank on your property means that you can take advantage of many gas-fired appliances, including water heaters, pool heaters, firepits, clothes dryers and cooking products. You can also safeguard your home from power outages with a propane generator.

At Southeast Propane, we proudly handle more propane appliance installations than just about any company in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach County. Our skilled, licensed technicians know all the safety and practical concerns that come into play. That’s why it’s so important to have a professional handle your installation.

Safety first when it comes to gas lines.

First and foremost, connecting a propane appliance to your fuel tank requires rigorous training.

An accident in the process can result in a gas leak, which brings with it the risk of an explosion. Moreover, exposure to gas can lead to dizziness, nausea, heart failure and asphyxiation. Beyond the health risks, fixing a gas leak is an expensive and disruptive process. You could end up spending more money to fix the issue than you would have for a professional installation.

Southeast Propane’s technicians are all trained and experienced in gas installations. We’ll ensure that your appliance goes in safely and correctly.

We handle all the necessary permits and inspections.

Depending on where you live and what kind of gas equipment you’re installing, you may need to apply for permits or have an inspection performed.

If you don’t take care of the proper paperwork, your home insurance may not fully cover you in the event of damage to your property. Beyond that, any future sale of your home could be impacted because inspectors will report any unpermitted gas appliances.

We know what’s required in these situations because we’ve handled them many times before. You can feel confident that all the proper paperwork is in place.

There’s often more to the process than connecting to a gas line.

More often than you might imagine, installing a propane appliance is more complex than getting it in place and attaching it to the fuel supply. Our technician sometimes needs to install a vent pipe or flue. We sometimes need to install a whole new gas line. Luckily, our team has not only the know-how to take care of these tertiary installations, but we typically have the materials on hand.

What about your old appliance?

Once your new propane appliance is in place, there’s a decent chance that you will have old equipment that needs to be cleared out. Bringing in a professional to take care of your installation means you won’t need to lug a cumbersome water heater to the curb or dismantle a space heater. We’ve got that covered for you!

When families in South Florida need expert propane appliance installation, they know whom to call — Southeast Propane! Get in touch with us today.