Gas Line Repair
Do You Need a Professional Plumber for Gas Line Repair?
You might assume you can tackle a gas line repair on your own. Repairing gas lines requires special knowledge, skills, and tools if the work is done correctly. Any mistake when completing this repair can lead to a fire hazard or health problems for the occupants of the home or business. Call us and feel confident knowing we do the work right the first time.
Our plumbers undergo training to meet all local, state, and federal safety guidelines. This training allows them to repair gas appliances in a kitchen, outdoor fire pits, gas heaters for pools, gas fireplaces, and more. We work with all gas systems and products.
How to Know You Need a Gas Line Repair
Our customers want to know what signs to look for that suggest they need a gas line repair. Call us immediately if you smell rotten eggs in or around the home. Typically, this means there’s a leak in the gas lines, which puts your home or business at a higher risk of an explosion.
In addition, a gas leak releases carbon monoxide into the home, and this invisible gas is harmful to humans. If you don’t resolve this problem promptly, you could lose your life. In this situation, you need to leave the building immediately and call us for help.
A hissing noise from one or more gas lines in the home signifies that the line has a slit and needs repair. The hissing sound comes from the gas escaping the pipe. Reach out to us, and we’ll find the leak and fix it.
Gas escaping from a faulty line kills vegetation in the vicinity. Furthermore, if you notice brown or dying grass in one part of your yard, don’t assume it is brown or dying because it needs water. Call us to have the gas lines inspected to see if they play a role in the vegetation’s death.
Steps to Take if You Believe You Need Gas Line Repair
If you suspect you need gas line repair, immediately leave the building, and call 911. Do not climb into your car and start it if it is parked close to the home. A spark from the vehicle could cause an explosion.
It’s best to allow emergency services to handle the situation. They will turn the gas off and air the building out. Once they do so, call us. We will send a technician out to find the problem and fix it.
Give us a call at (843) 556-9550 any time, during the week, or on the weekend. We understand the dangers of a gas line issue and will help you resolve the problem quickly. We are here to help in any way we can.