We're switching out the natural gas oven for a new model, and we opted for electric. We already have the 240v supply in place and ready to go.
The oven is the last piece of natural gas equipment in our home. We still have pipes running about for the water heater (which we recently switched out for electric, and capped off).
Since there will still be natural gas pipes running throughout the house, are there any special considerations we should take as we cap-off the final leg in our gas system, and shut it off at the meter?
I.E. since there are pipes about, should I somehow evacuate whatever leftover gas is in the lines of the house? Should I take the pipes out? I'm just unsure if there's anything I'm "missing" besides just shutting off the gas at the main (and calling to cancel the gas service)