Welcome to Puget Sound Gas Works

What We Do

(We install gas lines to all gas products. Of them we only sell Gas Log Sets, Earthquake Valves, and Quick Disconnects.)

Ranges / Cooktops

 The  essential upgrade to any home, a gas range or cooktop improves your  cooking experience. When cooking with gas food comes out moister and is  the preference over electric by most countries around the world.

The  standard gas range or cooktop requires a designated 3/4" line, larger  may require 1" (distance is a factor). The configuration of the gas stub  is unique to every range. Please note that appliances cannot be hooked  up until after the inspection of the gas line, by the city, has passed.

Barbeques

 The  ultimate in backyard accessories, barbeques are perfect for summer  cooking. Having the ability to simply hook your barbeque to your houses  gas system eliminates the need to remove a propane tank and take it to  get it refilled.

Gas barbeque stubs can be placed anywhere on  your patio, porch, or deck. Quick Disconnects are available for sale so  you can quickly and easily disconnect your barbeque from its stub to  move it out of the way or store it.

Most  gas barbeques require a designated 3/4" gas line (distance is a  factor).​ Please note that appliances cannot be hooked up  until after the inspection of the gas line, by the city, has passed. 

Water Heaters / Tankless Water Heaters

 A  traditional water heater will still operate normally during power  outages. As long as your gas system remains on you will still have hot  water for the meter and the water heater is completely independent from  the power.

Tankless water heaters require power but allow you to  save a lot more space or install them in a tighter area. The tankless  heats the water as it is called for versus having hot water stored and  ready.

​Most gas water heaters require a designated 3/4" gas line  (distance is a factor).​ Please note that appliances cannot be hooked  up until after the inspection of the gas line, by the city, has passed. 

Fireplace Inserts / Log Sets

 The  perfect fire feature for any room, gas fireplaces are bold statements  for entertaining and parties while also providing heat during the cold  seasons. No more splitting and hauling wood. No more struggling trying  to get your fire started. There are a great deal of options for  putting gas in your fireplace, choose which one is right for you.

​Options  for gas fireplaces include burn bars for starting wood fires, fireplace  inserts, zero-clearance inserts, and ceramic gas log sets. Key valves  are mandatory for certain options but are still available to all and can  be placed in either the surrounding wall or floor. With automatic or  remote ignition you can quickly and easily turn on your fireplace by a  switch on your wall or remote control.

Most gas fireplaces  require a designated 1/2" gas line (distance is a factor).​ Please note  that appliances cannot be hooked up until after the inspection of the  gas line, by the city, has passed.