Our Albuquerque gas line professionals are always standing by to help you with your home gas-related needs. From line installation to gas line repair in Albuquerque, we have you covered. We have years of experience handling gas line problems and we always come highly recommended. So don’t hesitate to give us a call at 505-452-9972 to schedule any kind of appointment for your Albuquerque gas lines.

Duke City Heating & Cooling can install a gas supply line to any gas-fired appliance in your home, to interior gas fireplaces and exterior fire pits or barbeques.

Gas Line Repair in Albuquerque

Gas lines, like any other kind of pipeline, sometimes leak and fail. When this happens, shut off your gas, call PNM Gas at 1-888-342-5766, and then give us a call for reliable gas line repair in Albuquerque. We can fix leaking lines, replace broken sections of pipe and install new lines easily. When it comes to gas line repair, we’re the professionals to choose.

Albuquerque Gas Line Replacement Services

Our team of gas line replacement specialists is always standing by to help you with your gas line troubles. Our gas line experts have experience in all aspects of gas line replacement in Albuquerque, and they are guaranteed to be able to handle any issue you may face. Or gas line replacement services are performed safely and affordably as well.

Albuquerque Natural Gas Conversions

Not only is natural gas cheaper than propane or oil alternatives, but efficient, clean-burning natural gas means you’ll save money on maintenance, too. Contact us today about your Natural Gas conversion. 



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Plumbing Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We want our customers to like what is installed on their own, so we prefer our customers to pick out the fixtures. We can do a mini-remodel with new plumbing fixtures – they make a huge difference!

You might notice you run out of hot water sooner than normal. You might also hear a loud thump when turning on the hot water.  Usually, this is sediment that has built up inside your water heater.

If New Mexico Gas has removed your meter, a pressure test will need to be performed. Any other code violations will have to be corrected before gas service can be restored.

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