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Updated December 15, 2009, 10:01 pm

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Preassembled Natural Gas Fuel Lines

woman holding a preassembled fuel lineNow natural gas can easily be supplied to pool heaters, equipment in garages and pole barns and other natural gas equipment with our preassembled polyethylene fuel lines.

Why polyethylene fuel lines? They’re virtually maintenance free and have shut-off valves attached to each end and are pressure tested in accordance to our rigorous standards. Our technicians can fabricate a customized fuel line for underground applications that meet your specifications. 

All you have to do is bury the fuel line, and tie one end into your existing fuel line system, and the other end into your natural gas equipment. (Be sure to obtain any required permits and follow all local codes when installing).

Call 1 877-661-0929 and arrange to talk to one of our fuel line specialists. We can help you determine your exact natural gas fuel line needs and supply you with a competitive quote for your job.

Call 811 and Dig Safe

Professional excavators and homeowners planning to
 dig should always call their one-call system (MISS DIG 
in Michigan) at least three full working days before
 starting any digging project. It’s important to call MISS DIG at 811 even for routine jobs, such as planting shrubs/trees, replacing a mailbox post or installing a fence or a deck. Please note that MISS DIG will mark lines that utilities own (the main line to the meter).

What You Need to Know about Buried Gas and Electric Lines

The customer/property owner is responsible for maintenance and operation of all gas or electric lines that flow from the meter to all appliances. This includes gas and electric lines to your yard lights, grills, pool and spa heaters, garages, workshops or other similar areas. A mechanical contractor would be able to help you mark those lines. Customers who have an outdoor sprinkler system will also need to mark those lines.

This product/service is not regulated by the Michigan Public Service Commission