Gas leaks are usually caused by carelessness or poor maintenance of the gas installation and can end up in a domestic incident, it is important that it is attended by professionals but must act immediately to avoid any risk such as fire, explosions and inhalation.
As a gas user you can recognize if there is a leak by looking at a number of aspects that we discuss below and that will be helpful in this regard:
Characteristic gas odor: none of the gases we use at home (natural gas, butane or propane) has its own odor. For this reason, suppliers add a scent called mercaptan that allows its recognition in case of leakage.
Gas hiss: in the event of a leak, the pressure at which the gas escapes will produce a hissing sound.
Appearance: look for bubbles in standing water, Dead or dying vegetation over or near pipeline areas, Exposed pipeline after an earthquake, fire, flood or other disaster. Are some indicators of gas leak
If you or someone in the home smells a strong odor – like sulfur – you must leave the building and contact your gas company to stop service immediately.
Then call Nolasco plumbing qualified gas leak plumbers and gas leak detection technicians to find and repair the problem quickly and affordably – we will give you a free and easy quote over the phone today.
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With gas pipes, the stakes are too high for DIY. If your home’s gas lines aren’t up to code, if you want your lines extended or new gas lines installed, or for quick gas leak repairs, call Nolasco plumbing