Gas Line Repair & Replacement

Gas Line Leaks

Al’s plumbing repairs or replaces gas lines throughout your home.  As a Safety Precaution, we give the following advice if you suspect you have a gas leak in your home.

What To Do If You Suspect A Natural Gas Leak

If you smell natural gas (rotten egg odor) or see signs of a leak:

  • Remain calm
  • LEAVE THE HOME and Call 911 from a safe distance.
  • DO NOT attempt to secure or stop the leak
  • DO NOT light a match, candle, or cigarette
  • DO NOT turn electrical appliances or lights on or off
  • DO NOT operate or use any ignition source, such as a phone, flashlight, or any kind of open flame.
  • DO NOT start a vehicle.

AL’S TIP: For about $45, you can purchase a combination Explosive Gas & Carbon Monoxide Detector to protect your home.  Al’s Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning does not sell these detectors or endorse any specific brand.

combination explosive gas and CO2 detector

The most telling sign of a natural gas line leak is a rotten egg odor. This odor is added to the natural gas so it can be detected in the event of a leak. Natural gas line leaks can be extremely dangerous. The biggest hazard of a gas leak is an explosion.

Al’s offers Full-Service plumbing.  This includes; water heater repair, water heater replacement for both tankless and tank water heaters, sewer line replacement (under slab or in lawn), trenchless sewer line replacement (in lawn only), slab leak repair, burst pipe repair, repiping, leak detection, water filtration system installation and sales, gas line repair, and gas line installation.

These repairs are only part of what Al’s can do for your plumbing.  We do any type of plumbing repair and replacement — and no job is too big or too small.

Gas leak explosion

After gas leak explosion

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If you suspect you have a gas leak, leave your home immediately, call the gas company, then give us a call at 972-225-5257.
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Gas Safety Tips

  • Have all gas appliances and connections checked yearly.
  • Check to ensure the inspector or repairman is licensed.
  • When you move into a different home, have a gas lines inspection performed.
  • Know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.

This YouTube video clearly shows the immense danger of gas build up in a home.

Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning:

  • headaches
  • dizziness
  • nausea
  • breathlessness
  • collapse or loss of consciousness
  • symptoms which disappear or get better when you leave home and come back when you return
    other people (and animals) experiencing the same symptoms at the same time

If you suspect carbon monoxide in your home:

  • get fresh air immediately – open the doors and windows
  • turn off any gas appliances and turn the gas off at the meter
  • extinguish naked flames
  • leave the house
  • see your doctor immediately or go to hospital – let them know that you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning
  • call 911