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Natural gas is not just a source of fuel for our home appliances – it is a carefully controlled gas that can be extremely dangerous. Southern Air wants to make sure all homeowners know how the natural gas lines and appliances should be handled to avoid a dangerous situation.
We also want to inform you that plumbers are actually the technicians who are responsible for gas line inspections and repairs! Our experienced plumbing team is like no other – we’ll make sure your home is safe for you and your family.
As an Alexandria homeowner, it’s important that you know about the side effects natural gas can cause so that you’ll be able to spot and react to a gas leak. Though it may be a rare occurrence, it is better to be prepared and avoid the potential dangers of natural gas. There are three main consequences of a gas leak:
Both carbon monoxide and natural gas leaks are extremely dangerous. Having detectors in your Pineville home for both gases could make a huge difference in your safety – especially because carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless. Luckily, most natural gas leaks will smell like rotten eggs, allowing you time to recognize the danger.
If you suspect a natural gas leak, do not try to find the leak yourself and do not call 911 from inside your house!
The best course of action is to leave the area immediately and call 911 or emergency plumbing services from there. You can never be too careful when you suspect a gas leak. Err on the side of caution until you know more about the extent of the leak.
Though the rare occurrence of a gas leak can be very serious, most of the time it is completely safe to use gas powered appliances. The best way to feel confident in your gas lines is to get a gas line inspection done. An inspection gives plumbers the chance to identify any damage to the gas lines that could pose a risk in the future.
When renovating a space or adding gas appliances to your home, Alexandria gas line specialists can also be a huge help to ensure all the lines are connected correctly and safely. This can prevent dangerous leaks at the pipe connections.
In the event that technicians do find corroded gas lines or a leak springs when they aren’t there, a gas line repair must be made as soon as possible. It is important to note that this is not a home repair that Pineville homeowners should try on their own. Our plumbing team is licensed in this specific area for the purpose of providing safe and responsible repairs to our customers. Natural gas is not something you want to mess with.
Southern Air is ready for everything from a Pineville gas line installation to an Alexandria gas line repair. You can trust us to keep your home safe and make necessary repairs in a timely manner. If you’d like more information on our gas line services, give us a call!
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