At Florida Power House we protect the things that power your life by providing quality, affordable power solutions coupled with personal service and the best product warranties.
In South Florida, one of the most reputable names for gas contracting services is Florida Power House. Our company is your top resource for all gas needs, including gas appliance repairs, gas line installation, and more.
Why are we the best gas installation and gas service company in South Florida?
The experts in our company have been handling gas installations and repairs for residential homes and commercial properties for more than 10 years together.
We have a reputation for excellence and professionalism in the gas field, so our customers understand they can rely on us when it comes to their gas projects. As a result, all of our technicians are licensed, certified, and trained to handle a wide range of residential and commercial gas services in Midtown, Miami.
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To prevent gas leaks or any other harmful situations, gas installation is often handled by a team of experts. Gas piping systems and new gas lines are part of what we do at Florida Power House.
Most homeowners opt to use natural gas as their primary source of fuel. In addition to its environmental benefits, its installation is simple, it is cost-effective, and it allows you to keep using your appliances during power outages.
This is very useful for South Florida citizens, whose electricity is often knocked out by frequent storms and hurricanes for a long period of time.
The use of LP is also another fuel that is popular with homeowners and business owners. Despite the longer and more complicated installation process, this provides a very efficient and effective method for powering your home.
Typically, propane tanks are placed on concrete blocks or pavement, or even buried if necessary.