Post # 1
We’re buying ourselves an anniversary present – this Weber grill.
It will require some work, but in the long run it will be worth it given the 25 year life of the grill.
Anyone go through this? Do we want a gas man or a builder person? What was the cost (with drilling a hole through the house and all)?
Post # 3
I haven’t done this, but it is BRILLIANT. If we ever live in a house instead of condo/townhome, I will totally look into it, haha.
Post # 4
My last condo came with a gas line to the balcony for use with barbeques. You need a qualified gas fitter. Many gas companies will give you a list of qualified contractors. Make sure you get a quick connect fitting.
Post # 5
My parents did this. They were required by condo rule or state law or something to have a gas man hook it up. (They didn’t need to drill a hole as it had already been down when they bought the place new.)
Post # 6
I work for the natural gas company in my area. Definitely give your gas company a call and they will send you in the right direction.
Post # 7
We had a plumber do it for us. It cost (gulp) $700. But he had to drill through our stone house and a stone wall that is in back of the grill. We live in the Northeast.
Post # 8
I did this at an old house. You can have a plumber do it. Luckily, our fireplace was right by the patio, so it was only $200-$250.