Don't Attempt to Repair or Install Gas Lines By Yourself. Call ARS/Rescue Rooter!
Gas lines are an essential component of your home: they supply power to your fireplaces, stoves, water heaters, and other appliances that keep it warm and dry. But if your home is requiring gas installation service or repair to an existing gas line, request service now from ARS/Rescue Rooter for immediate gas line services.
ARS/Rescue Rooter offers expert plumbing services for any location where you need a gas line repaired or installed. If you detect gas, call 911 to report the leak promptly and leave the area.
Once you can confirm the gas has been shut off correctly to your home, you'll want to call a professional for help with your gas line. Our plumbers are gas line experts can locate the leak and offer a secure and effective repair gas lines.
Does My Gas Line Need Repairs?
Yes, plumbers repair gas lines! Gas pipes get corroded over time and usage, which is a natural occurrence. That's why our certified and licensed plumbing team wants to take care of it for you. We give inspections that offer you peace of mind while also enabling us to fix problems before they become major concerns. Our gas line repair professionals go above and above to ensure your gas system is in tip-top shape for as long as possible.
When it comes to repairing gas pipe leaks, or a low pressure gas line, it’s important to make sure everything is in perfect working order for both safety and efficiency reasons. Natural gas is one of the most common and affordable forms of energy to residential consumers. Although relatively safe and very efficient, consumers of natural gas should be aware of possible hazards to better protect their homes and families.
Gas Line Leaks
Since so many homes in the United States rely on natural gas for clean and efficient heating, a leaking gas line can cause a lot of problems. A gas leak or buildup of natural gas in an enclosed area can make people very sick or in some cases even cause an explosion. Before doing any job that requires digging outdoors, homeowners should call their local utility company to identify and mark the gas lines before digging begins.
If You Suspect a Gas Line Leak
If you notice a “rotten egg” smell in your home, you might have a gas line leak. Here’s what you should do:
- Do not use your cell phone until safely away from the suspected source of the leak.
- Shut gas valves off at your home.
- Do not turn any electric appliances on or off.
- Do not smoke or use any open flames.
- Do not attempt to locate the leak.
- Get a safe distance away from the house, and then call 911 and the utility company.
- If a natural gas line is damaged when digging outside, call the utility company immediately. Do not attempt to repair the line.
Preventing a leaky gas line in the home is as easy as scheduling annual gas line inspections and ensuring proper installation of natural gas lines by licensed professionals. To prevent or repair gas leaks, opt for flexible gas lines and make sure they are inspected regularly by a licensed professional, like the plumbing experts at ARS®/Rescue Rooter®. Call us any time at 866-399-2885 for gas line repairs or an annual inspection.
Gas Line Installation
Nowadays, more homeowners find themselves wanting to make the switch to gas home appliances. It's not surprising because they are more cost-efficient and provide for more steady and even heating environment.
If you have a new gas range, for example, you'll need a gas supply and gas line installed nearby. If you're redoing your house, you'll almost certainly need to move gas lines to fit the new design of the room. Gas line installation is a skill that our expert plumbers have been trained and experienced in.
We can perform gas line installations for:
- Water heaters
- Outdoor grills
- Gas fireplaces
- Gas logs
- Forced air heating
- Wall heaters
- Clothes dryers
- Home renovations
- Other gas-powered appliances, and our experts can handle it!
Installation is one of the most difficult, high-level house repairs you'll ever have to do. The difference between a high-performing system and one that needs repairs on a frequent basis might be determined by ensuring that all of your parts are correct, that all of your gas appliances are properly placed, and that your gas line installation is durable. That’s why we only hire qualified professionals to be a part of our team of certified gas plumbers.