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Question DetailsAsked on 12/3/2011

I need to move a gas stove from my house to rental and get it hooked up. What type of service would do this? Is it movers or plumbers or?

I'm not sure what type of company to contact to have my old gas stove moved and hooked up in another house. Do movers typically install gas stoves? Do I have to call a separate mover and then someone else to hook the stove up? If so, who does this?

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Hello,

If your rental is set up with a gas supply you can usually just connect the supply line and turn it on. If the rental property is not set up with gas at the stove you will have to hire a plumber to run gas to it. Most movers will not hook up the gas on a stove but if it is just connecting the supply line they might.
Hope this helps!

Answered 6 years ago by amstelplumbing

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I would not let movers do the hook up. Movers can move the appliance but generally we are not specialists in hooking appliances up. Often movers will offer, but for insurance and safety reasons you want an expert which would be a plumber in this case. I know it may be more expensive, but trust me, it is worth it. If there is ever an issue and the renter gets hurt, it could come back to bite you.

Source: http://www.prioritymoving.com/

Answered 5 years ago by PriorityMoving




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