National Fuel

Getting natural gas service to your house might be easier than you think.

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Simply follow these steps:

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Call to check for availability in your neighborhood.

Check for natural gas availability in your area by calling 1-800-295-0059 or (716) 827-2343 to speak with a New Services Department representative.

We’re expanding service to new areas all the time — here’s where we’re headed next.

Erie County

Akron

Streets:

  • 6216 – 6470 Utley Road

Targeting: 20 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Streets:

  • 12123 – 12353 Clarence Center Road

Targeting: 9 homes

Project Status: Construction to begin shortly

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Streets:

  • 11378 – 11394 Crego Road
  • 11467 – 11635 Rapids Road
  • 7706 – 7920 Fletcher Road

Targeting: 44 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Streets:

  • 13405 – 13427 Stage Road

Targeting: 4 homes

Project Status: Construction to begin shortly

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Amherst

Streets:

  • 7 – 135 Admirals Walk
  • 3400 – 3520 Niagara Falls Boulevard

Targeting: 21 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Clarence

Streets:

  • 10785 – 10900 Howe Road

Targeting: 7 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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East Aurora

Streets:

  • 13286 – 13653 Schang Road
  • 4544 – 4842 Woods Road

Targeting: 53 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Hamburg

Streets:

  • 5441 – 5934 Rice Road
  • 9000 – 9494 Zimmerman Road

Targeting: 42 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Newstead

Streets:

  • 5735 – 5935 Davison Road
  • 10865 – 11261 Clarence Center Road

Targeting: 24 homes

Project Status: Construction to begin shortly

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Genesee County

Corfu

Streets:

  • 554 – 605 Scribner Road

Targeting: 14 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Streets:

  • 2369 – 2651 Pratt Road
  • 8294 – 8332 Slusser Road

Targeting: 63 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Monroe County

Honeoye Falls

Streets:

  • 160 – 277 Sibley Road

Targeting: 26 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Ontario County

Honeoye

Streets:

  • 8474 – 8483 Amherst Street
  • 8488 – 8516 Arlington Street
  • 5718 – 5730 Beecher Lane
  • 8473 – 8517 Bellevue Street
  • 8482 – 8523 Berkley Street
  • 5144 – 5164 Blue Heron Way
  • 5342 – 5382 Burns Point
  • 8472 – 8501 Cambridge Street
  • 8506 – 8522 Charmouth Street
  • 8463 – 8483 Colgate Street
  • 8479 – 8497 Columbia Street
  • 5219 – 5286 Cottage Cove
  • 6066 – 6102 Dana Shores Drive
  • 8476 – 8481 Dartmouth Drive
  • 5174 – 5220 Deyo Drive
  • 8471 – 8505 East Clairmont Street
  • 5012 – 6198 East Lake Road
  • 8475 – 8493 East Sedgewick Street
  • 6002 – 6026 Elm Park Drive
  • 5347 – 5436 Hamilton Point
  • 8480 – 8491 Hamilton Street
  • 8473 – 8484 Harvard Street
  • 8485 – 8497 Hobart Street
  • 8493 – 8520 Laura Lane
  • 5440 – 5472 Log Cabin Point
  • 8665 – 8697 Mountain View Drive
  • 8470 – 8492 New York Street
  • 5864 – 5910 North Forest View
  • 8575 – 8591 North Shore Drive
  • 8471 – 8483 Oxford Street
  • 5300 – 5336 Pickets Cove
  • 8471 – 8484 Princeton Street
  • 8474 – 8493 Rugby Street
  • 8470 – 8506 Sherbrooke Street
  • 5920 – 5996 South Forest View
  • 5676 – 5702 Sunny Hollow
  • 8493 – 8522 West Buckingham Street
  • 8491 – 8513 West Clairmont Street
  • 8504 – 8528 West Sedgewick Street
  • 5750 – 5762 Willow Beach
  • 5446 – 5522 Wilson Point

Targeting: 585 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Niagara County

Newfane

Streets:

  • 3563 – 4006 Beebe Road
  • 4787 – 5199 Chestnut Road
  • 3261 – 3565 North Road

Targeting: 105 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Ransomville

Streets:

  • 2215 – 2271 Schoolhouse Road
  • 3861 – 4157 Dickersonville Road

Targeting: 42 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Streets:

  • 1665 – 1989 Swann Road

Targeting: 29 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Streets:

  • 3789 – 3980 German Road

Targeting: 18 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Streets:

  • 1720 – 2417 Lockport Road

Targeting: 75 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Streets:

  • 3496 – 3159 Palmer Road
  • 2808 – 2870 Braley Road

Targeting: 31 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Wilson

Streets:

  • 4200 – 5257 East Lake Road
  • 4250 – 4395 Wilson-Burt Road
  • 2000 – 2238 Maple Road
  • 4641 – 4676 Thilk Drive

Targeting: 228 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Youngstown

Streets:

  • 3852 – 4071 Calkins Road

Targeting: 26 homes

Project Status: Complete

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Streets:

  • 1007 – 1346 Cain Road

Targeting: 45 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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Streets:

  • 883 – 1011 Lake Road

Targeting: 27 homes

Project Status: Construction scheduled for 2017

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2

Determine the cost to bring natural gas to your home and request service.

See how much it will cost to get natural gas to your house by downloading and completing our new services application.

3

Find and hire an HVAC contractor.

If you don’t already have a preferred contractor, you can select one from our list.

4

Convert your furnace or boiler or replace it with natural gas equipment —

and consider your other appliances as well to enjoy the full benefits of natural gas throughout your home.

5

Get your conversion rebate.

Download the application and submit your rebate forms. Rebates available for new equipment only. Any modifications to existing equipment do not qualify.

Frequently asked questions

How do you calculate the cost for new service line installations?
Cost is determined by the distance from the main gas line at the street to the gas meter location at your house. A cost per foot, based on the appropriate size, determines project price. Each new residential customer receives 100 feet of service line at no charge, measured from the center line of the road, and will be given a specific quote for the service line to their house beyond 100 feet.
How are costs determined when a group of people request a gas main line extension to a neighborhood?
Each customer’s service line cost will be calculated as described above. However, the main line extension costs will be divided between the number of customers involved. Main line extension projects include 100 feet of main line for each customer at no charge.

There are two fixed price payment options:

1. Surcharge on gas bill

  • -Ability to pay off early without penalty.
  • -Surcharge continues with future homeowners if your home is sold.

2. Prepayment

  • -One-time payment.
Will I have to buy a new furnace or boiler?
Many propane furnaces, boilers and other appliances can be converted to natural gas by simply changing the burner orifice. Oil appliances cannot be converted, and must be replaced with new gas appliances. Consult with a qualified contractor to see if your equipment can be converted to natural gas.
Do I qualify for a rebate if I modify my existing heating equipment to use natural gas?
When feasible, the cost of modifying existing equipment to use natural gas is generally minimal — about several hundred dollars. Therefore, rebates are only applicable where existing alternate fuel heating equipment is replaced with new natural gas heating equipment.
Will converting to natural gas still save me money after the costs I will incur to make the switch?
In many cases, natural gas will generate net savings in a short period of time. We will provide fuel price comparisons to help you calculate your savings and payback period.
How much advance notice does National Fuel need to install service?
Main line extensions may require four to six months. Some main line projects may require less time, depending on the number of participants and the distance to the main line.
Will I need new pipes inside my house?
All inside house piping is the responsibility of the customer. Existing propane gas piping may be able to be used for natural gas appliances. Oil appliances will require new gas piping. We recommend that you consult with a licensed plumber or heating contractor. Please note: National Fuel does not light new appliances.
How do I get rid of my propane/oil tanks?
We recommend that you talk with your propane or fuel oil provider, or HVAC contractor, to determine the best method for removal.
Do I have to wait for warmer weather, or do conversions happen all year?
Conversion can be done at any time, weather permitting, but may be easier during non-winter months.
Can you tell me more about digging the trench to run a line to my house?
National Fuel will backfill the main line trench along the street and, depending on the project, may provide limited property restoration. National Fuel will backfill the new service line trench on your property with original soil, but will not restore your lawn or landscaping.

Ready to switch?

Download your rebate application today or call 1-877-285-7824.
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