Moving into a new home is fun and rewarding. But if you haven’t owned a house before, you might not know where to look for the shut-off valves for water and gas, or the “On” switch for the boiler. Do you know what to do if the pilot light goes out on your gas water heater? An expert from Eric M. Butler Plumbing & Heating will show you all the important valves and switches in your new house and instruct you on how to use them. It won’t take long, but the benefits will last as long as you own the house.
Gas and Water Mains
Often when the former owners have moved out of their house, they have the water and gas turned off. Don’t wait for the utility company to come and turn them back on. Give us a call and we can get your water and gas turned on the next day. At the same time we can inspect your water main and other plumbing to make sure they are up to date and in good shape.
Relocate and Install Gas Stoves and Dryers
Many new homeowners immediately want to update their new home. Gas is efficient and heats more quickly than electricity. If you are ready to convert electric appliances to gas, we will advise you on the products that are right for you and then install them and the plumbing to support them. If you already have gas appliances and need to hook-up the appliance to a gas line, we can do that too.