This Is How You Properly Setup A Gas Line For Your Gas Stove Range

This customer wanted to upgrade their current electric range to gas. Many homeowners are finding the convenience of cooking with gas, without having to remodel the entire kitchen. In this video, you’ll see how we routed the gas line from the lower level, up into the kitchen. If you would like a gas stove conversion for your home or are remodeling, please reach out to us! We’ll be happy to come out, provide a quote, and see if we can do this same work for you!

Watch our Video and You’ll Learn:

  • You Will Know How To Setup New Gas Line For A Gas Stove Range.
  • Learn How To Know If  Your Gas Line Is Installed Properly.
  • How To Diagnose If Your Gas Line Is Leaking.

Listen To The Audio

Enjoy this transcript below!

Troy: Hey everybody. Troy, Champion Plumbing, out of Eagan, Minnesota. Today, we are adding a new gas line for a new gas range at a house in Minneapolis. I’m here with Nick. You can see we already got the air on it. So one of the other plumbers already had it hooked up. We got the gauge on. Nick is just getting a few things ready for the actual connection once the inspector’s done.

A line runs through the ceiling, as you can imagine in basements, right? Our kitchens are always above us in Minnesota, and it pops up there. I will run up there quick and show you that as well but I want to show you the connections. Gas line, Minneapolis, adding a range.

Okay, so here’s the range. Beautiful five-burner gas range. You can see the hookup right back there, stubbed through the floor. Right now it’s capped because we have air on it. You can see the old electric connection for that range. Let me slide back out here.

We will be putting a gas valve and a flexible whip on here. You’ve seen it in other videos, and the very important, anti-tip bracket.

This gets bolted down to the floor and then the leg slides in so that if the door is open and you pull your heavy turkey out, the stove won’t tip forward. Hence the name anti-tip bracket, but that’s really all there is to this.

If you are looking to get a new gas range, currently cooking with electricity, give us a call at 651-365-1340. Or look us up on the web at Thanks.

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