Getting connected is easy

Getting connected is easy when you've got natural gas in your street, but did you ever wonder what happens on the day? 

Maybe you have decided or are still deciding to have natural gas in your life? If so, you probably have a lot of burning questions like; do I have to be home on the day, will you dig up my flower bed, can I chose where my meter goes? 

Well, meet Jen who shares her natural gas and renovation journey with us; while checking out our team at work in the background.  

  

You may also wish to check out our frequently asked questions here, or if you are building or renovating - make sure we are part of your planning process and find out more here.

Looking to connect? Start your connection enquiry today here.

Further information

Are you based in Wellington, Taranaki, Manawatu or Hawke's Bay? You may be able to connect your home to gas for free with The Gas Hub.

Enter your address in our gas checker for an instant result on whether you're within the free gas connection range!

We also have a very useful hot water cost comparison tool that compares upfront and running costs within our natural gas network regions. Find out whether a natural gas, electricity, LPG, or solar hot water system could be the right solution for you. Try our hot water cost comparison tool now.

Ready to connect?

Check out the connection process, to know what choices you'll need to make as part of getting connected to natural gas.

Submit your natural gas connection application today. Our customer team will then ring you to confirm a few more details and progress your application.

Want to know more?

If you've had a good look around our website and still have questions let us know what you'd like more information about.

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