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Question DetailsAsked on 11/20/2017

How much would it cost to move 2 gas lines in basement for stoves?

The distance from gas meters to stoves is about 30 feet

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Not including any repair of ceiling or wall drywall if run in the wall instead of exposed, probably about $500-700 depending on accessibility and number of bends in the line - exposed on the wall or suspended from ceiling more likely $100 or even two cheaper - ditto if a bunch of the run can be done on the outside of the building, exposed. May be cheaper to run from the existing stove location or tapping into existing line somewhere along its run than running from the meter entry pipe, depending on accessibility, doorways or windows in the route, relative distances, gas demand of the stoves, etc.


If these are large-capacity stoves (commercial kitchen appliances) then might run more to the $400-600 range, assuming the gas meter has the flow capacity for them and also for any other gas-consuming appliances in the building. If not, then an enlarged capacity meter and possibly larger service line commonly runs a thousand $ or two.

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