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In Reply to: Natural gass hook up to a grill posted by kelly on February 08, 2015 at 19:38:59:
I guess it depends on where you live and whether or not you already have NG service and a meter.
One place I lived, I needed a gas dryer hooked up. We already had gas heating and a gas water heater, but no line for the dryer. They didn't charge us anything to run the new line and hook up the dryer figuring we would pay for it through the use of the natural gas.
Another place I lived, I wanted them to move a line to hook up the new gas stove in a remodeled kitchen. They wanted $250. I had the licensed (for gas as well as plumbing) plumber move the connection and he did it for $25. 1/10 what the gas company was going to charge.
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