Hey All, I am currently renovating my 1950's home for sale and there is no gas. So I decided to be pro-active and get a gas line installed which has now been completed. They will only now install a gas meter once a plumber issues a certificate of compliance once they connect something. So I have had a plumber quote me to remove our old electric hot water system which is taking up A LOT of room in the laundry. Install a new gas hot water system outside and also install a gas line to the cooktop area where I could replace the cooktop. The quote is around $3300 not including the cooktop so allowing $700 for that then $4000. The extra room in the laundry should add some value but not to the tune of that amount so was interested to hear if people believe having "Gas" will. I read a lot of sale ads and they do seem to highlight this as a selling feature. Not sure it would make me want to pay more of a premium but others may?