Gas Line Plumbing in Utah County
Salt Lake County Gas Line Repairs & Installation
Ensuring that your home’s gas line is in good repair is crucial to your comfort and safety. A broken or leaking gas line can be a huge safety hazard. It is not something that can be addressed by a layperson – if you are experiencing issues with your gas line, do not wait to call in the professionals.
Adaptive Plumbing is here for you when you need assistance with your home or business’s gas line. We can help you identify gas leaks and provide solutions to fix them quickly and effectively. Our plumbers are also adept at maintaining gas lines to help you avoid issues like this in the future. If you have any questions as to whether your gas line needs repair, call us right away.
Is There A Gas Leak On My Property?
Signs of a gas leak include:
- The smell of sulfur or rotten eggs
- Hissing sound coming from gas pipes
- Dead or discolored vegetation around gas pipes
- Bubbles in your water
- Visibly damaged gas pipes
If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to get help immediately. Do not turn on appliances, lights, or use your cell phone until you’re a safe distance away from the suspected leak.
Physical Symptoms from a Gas Leak
Gas leaks can be tricky. You might not notice any signs of the gas leak, as described above. However, you might be experiencing physical symptoms that can indicate an issue with your gas lines.
Physical symptoms include:
- Difficulty breathing
These physical symptoms can be a sign of carbon monoxide poisoning. Your home must have a carbon monoxide detector to help you identify if there is a leak in your home. Carbon monoxide can come from improperly installed appliances as well as gas leaks, so it is important that you regularly maintain all aspects of your gas system.
Preventing Gas Leaks
To prevent gas leaks from happening, you should schedule regular maintenance with both your gas company and an expert plumber. Regular inspection of your gas lines can help prevent disaster in the long run.
A gas leak is an emergency. Call 911 and your gas company right away to report the leak. After that, please call (801) 997-6199 so we can help make the necessary repairs.