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The gas line in your home is responsible for delivering heat to several fixtures in your home, including your stove and any heaters you have throughout the home. These gas lines can be extremely dangerous if they suffer a breakdown or any damage.
If you’d like to get your gas line inspected in order to avoid problems in the future, give us a call. We’re here for all of your emergency plumbing needs in the Temecula and Murrieta area.
What are some signs that it’s time to replace your gas line?
It can be difficult to pinpoint problems with your gas line. Sometimes the problem isn’t obvious until its too late and you’ve found a gas leak. However there are certain things you can keep an eye out for in order to know when it’s time to repair or replace your system.
- Your gas line should flow evenly to your oven, stove, water heater and furnace. Any time these appliances do not heat properly, you know that there is a problem.
- Check for rust around the connections. If the connections have rust, this could lead to a gas leak eventually.
Any time you notice either of these obvious signs, or any other signs that make you worry, it’s time to call us in. We can inspect your gas line and determine if there is a problem. Once we do, we can make quick repairs, or even replace your entire system.
How do you know if you have a gas leak?
Gas leaks are usually pretty easy to identify if you know what to look out for. Natural gas does not have a natural odor or taste. The natural gas providers in North America add a sulfuric smell to the gas to make sure you can smell it if it is leaking.
If you smell this odor in the house, there is a leak coming from somewhere in the house. Any time you have a gas leak, the best thing to do is shut off the gas and get your family outside. This gas is highly flammable and can cause an explosion. Another less obvious sign is a hissing sound that you might hear if you’re close to where the leak is.
What do you do if you suspect a leak?
A gas leak requires you to evacuate your home immediately. Once in a safe area, call your local gas company to report the leak.
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If you suspect a leak, turn off your gas supply. Then, give us a call. We will inspect your gas line for signs of trouble and resolve the problem before a leak develops into an emergency.
Your home gas line is a volatile system, and you must treat it with care to keep your family safe. Call us if you suspect a problem, and we will help you get out of it.