Professional Natural Gas Line Installation, Repair, & Maintenance Across the Midlands

Fast call-outs, upfront pricing, and professional repairs for residential and commercial customers across the Midlands.

Natural gas is popular for its economical price and ability to heat up and cool off quickly. Still, due to its high flammability, it’s important to have an experienced plumber handle it. At Kay Plumbing, we’re proud of our ability to do high-quality work correctly the first time.

Gas Plumbing installation

Gas Plumbing Installation, Inspection, & Repair Services

New Gas Line Installation

You’ve done the research and decided you want the long-term benefits that come with gas, so make sure you’re choosing a plumbing company you can rely on. Kay Plumbing will outline what it entails to install your gas line and hook up appliances. Our quote will match the number on your receipt.

Gas Line Inspection & Maintenance Services

Prevention is the best way to avoid unexpected repairs to your gas system. Depending on whether you’re a business owner or landlord, there may be legal regulations you need to follow for how often you have your line inspected. If you want or need regular inspection and maintenance on your gas line, Kay Plumbing is qualified to provide it.

gas appliances

Gas Appliance Installation & Connection Repairs

We’ll make sure your appliances are correctly installed, so you aren’t worried about the potential for a gas leak. If you’ve noticed one of your gas-fueled fixtures is having problems, it’s most likely an issue with its connection to the gas main. For something like your water heater or stove, you may be interested in same-day or emergency repair services.

Gas Line Repair & Leak Detection Services

If you’re concerned about a gas leak, Kay Plumbing will inspect your plumbing system the same day you call. If we see signs that a gas leak could form, that one already exists, or that you need some other type of repair, we’ll let you know. In general, we can fix it before we leave so you rest easy.

Why Work with Kay Plumbing

You can’t afford any more down time than necessary. From a broken water heater to an issue processing wastewater, you need working plumbing so your doors don’t have to close and your employees can work in a safe, comfortable environment. You need a reliable plumber who can give you high-quality services on a regular basis and in an emergency.

We arrive when we say we’re going to arrive. We communicate clearly with you about what we’re doing and why. When we give you a quote, we’re upfront about the pricing – there are no hidden fees. And we get the job done right the first time, so you don’t need to call us back.

Plumbing repairs can get messy fast! We won’t leave anything for you to clean up. No matter what mess is left behind from our repair services, we’ll take care of it.

We’ll personally visit your property to speak with you about water filters, new piping or any other plumbing installations you are interested in. We will discuss your budget, what your concerns might be and find a solution for you.


It doesn’t have to break the bank to repair or upgrade your plumbing system. We provide solutions for minor repairs to new installations and everything in between.

We’ve been voted Best Plumber by the Lexington Life Magazine. Across hundreds of reviews, from Facebook, Google, and Angie’s List, we have an average rating of 4.75/5 stars. At our core, we believe in providing excellent service to our customers so their home stays in tip-top shape.

Kay Plumbing has been serving South Carolina since 2008, and we understand how local geography in the state impacts our customers’ plumbing and water services.

Kay Plumbing responds to calls the same day we receive them. If you realize you have an issue at an odd hour or non-business day, don’t worry! We have 24/7 emergency services, so you never need to wonder how long you’ll be waiting to have a serious issue repaired.

You want an expert who knows what they’re doing, who’s reliable, and who has a proven track record. Our founder is a second-generation plumber who understands quality plumbing services. We take pride in our high customer satisfaction rates.

You can reach our team day or night for any plumbing emergency. Whether you’ve got a burst pipe, gas leak, or blocked sewer line, we’re on call 24/7 to protect your home from disaster.

We bring our vans loaded with anything we can typically expect to need for a repair or installation. In the case we need a spare part, our Lexington warehouse is stocked with everything we might need, so the only delay is the drive from the warehouse back to your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are signs of a gas leak?

We associate gas leaks with the smell of sulfur or rotten eggs, but we can’t count on its presence in the case we do have a gas leak – especially if the leak is in a pipe outside of our home. Here are other signs you might look for:

  • You or members of your household, including pets, are experiencing physical symptoms only when you are in your home like dizziness, mood changes, loss of appetite, nausea, and more.
  • Your thriving plants are now dying or dead.
  • There are patches of dying or dead vegetation outside your home.
  • Your gas bill is much higher than normal, but your gas usage hasn’t changed.
  • You hear hissing or a similar sound from a gas pipe, or you notice a small, dust-like cloud coming from one of your pipes.
  • If you have a gas stove, check what color the flame is. It should always be blue. Yellow or orange flame means the ratio of oxygen to gas in your line is unbalanced.

Remember: If someone in your home is experiencing physical symptoms like the ones described, but you’ve ruled out a gas leak, you still need to have a reputable inspector visit your home. Physical illness like this that only affects you when you’re at home is a major sign you may have a significant issue like black mold in your home.

What do I do if I think or know I have a gas leak?

Your first response if you think or know you have a gas leak is to make sure your entire household is outside. Do not call emergency services until you are outside of your home. You don’t know how much natural gas may be inside, and even your cell phone can light a spark that sets it off.

  • Try to open windows and doors for maximum ventilation before you exit your home, but not if it significantly delays you.
  • Don’t operate any fixtures inside that run on electricity, including light switches and small electronic appliances.
  • Do not try to fix a gas leak on your own. In a worst case scenario, there’s enough gas in your home to cause carbon monoxide poisoning or even an explosion if it catches a spark.

How do I prevent gas leaks?

Regular maintenance and inspection is the best way to catch necessary repairs in your gas line before it has a chance to develop into a gas leak or other serious problem. You may also choose to install carbon monoxide detectors, be aware of where you’re storing chemicals in your home, and ensure there’s a fire extinguisher readily available in case a spark does catch fire.

How do I shut off my gas line?

You should have two valves, the house-side valve and street-side valve.

The house-side valve is somewhere between the first appliance hooked up to your gas line and the spot where the pipe enters the house. Typically, it’s where the pipe enters the house. Depending on the situation, it may not be safe to try to access this valve, especially if you aren’t 100% sure where it’s located.

The street-side valve is outside by your gas meter. This will almost always require a wrench to turn, so if you need your gas line shut off for an emergency and you don’t have one with you, you may have to wait until emergency services arrive. They’ll be able to shut off the valve for you. If you’re trying to operate it, and it’s not an emergency situation, you may want to check with your gas company for any specific requirements regarding the street-side valve. It’s installed the way it is because they usually don’t want anyone except their staff to operate it.

Remember, if you need to access a shut off valve because of a gas leak, your safety comes first. Natural gas is highly flammable, and even a spark from using a small electronic device like your cell phone can light it. Emergency services, like the utility provider, fire department, or professional plumber, can turn off your gas line when they arrive with much less risk.

Are gas appliances better than electric appliances?

There are pros and cons to both forms of power, and at the end of the day, which is better than the other comes down to personal preference. Gas can be cheaper on the utility bill overall, but gas appliances tend to cost more upfront. Electric stoves can take longer to heat up and cool off, but electric ovens are usually much higher quality than gas ovens.

What appliances can use natural gas?

Many appliances can use natural gas, including your furnace, water heater, stove, and even grills and dryers. It’s important to keep in mind that not every fixture model is equipped to handle gas, though. If you’re looking into replacing an appliance or installing natural gas to your home, make sure everything can connect.

What are the benefits of installing a gas line in my home?

Many people choose natural gas out of personal preference, its economical cost compared to regular electricity, and its lower environmental impact compared to fossil fuels. Kay Plumbing can help you decide if you want to install natural gas based on these factors and more, like the cost of installation in your home and what kind of access you have to the nearest gas main.


By submitting you agree to be contacted by SMS, phone, or e-mail. Rates may apply. You can opt-out at any time