If you find that you have a gas leak in the home, it’s important that you get in touch with a utility company first and foremost, as we have explained above. The odor of natural gas and propane is not inherent to that gaseous substance, but rather an additive designed to allow users to detect its presence. Otherwise, it would be just as nearly undetectable as carbon monoxide. Its smell is the most common sign that you need gas line repair.
But it’s not the only one. If you find that your gas–powered appliance or fixture has an intermittent flame or fails to function adequately, then just let us know. We can make sure that your gas line is thoroughly evaluated to look for signs of damage or anything out of the ordinary. We use time–tested techniques and all of the technology at our disposal to ensure that your gas line is accurately evaluated and a solution is found. Just give us a call.