Gas Line

Fire up your protection against unexpected repairs!

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    Corrections to a section of the natural gas supply line

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    Repairing or replacing the gas safety shutoff valve

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    Repairing the pipe leading to the furnace

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    Repairing the pipe leading to a stove

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    Corrections to a line leading to a water heater

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    Repairing the line leading to a dryer

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    And More!


Per Month


Service Calls


Annual Coverage


SMUSA will arrange and pay for the repair or replacement of the leaking or broken Gas Line, for which You have sole responsibility and which supports Your Residence. The issue must be due to normal wear and tear of the use of the Gas Line. You must call SMUSA to arrange for service in order for repairs to be covered. See “How to Call for Repairs”. A Gas Line is defined as the line from the meter or propane tank outlet connection up to and including the connectors to each natural gas/propane appliance on Your Property, whether inside or outside Your Residence, up to and including the appliance connectors on the extension gas lines that exit Your Residence. The maximum benefit limit is up to $2,500 in cumulative coverage per Term.


We will not be responsible for any of the following:

  1. Any Service Calls made during the thirty (30) day Waiting Period;
  2. Damages, losses and expenses, whether from negligence or otherwise, caused by: (a) You or any person or entity other than SMUSA or (b) unusual circumstances, including a natural disaster, or an act of God;
  3. Consequential, incidental, or punitive damages arising from conducting repair work or as a result of the covered repair, such as damages necessary to reasonably access the repair area;
  4. Any correction or upgrade of Your existing Gas Line, not directly related to the necessary covered repair, in order to meet any code, law, regulation or ordinance;
  5. Repairs to any section of Your Gas Line that You share with any third party or is covered by a homeowners’, condominium or like association;
  6. Movement or replacement of the meter, unless required by local code and is directly related and necessary to complete a covered repair;
  7. Appliances and fixtures, including fireplaces, fire logs, fire pits;
  8. Private gas wells or lines not supplied by a utility;
  9. Gas pressure regulating devices.