Stay safe with gas leak detection services from Zest Plumbing & Drain.
Gas is extremely flammable, and inhaling it for extended periods can pose health risks. If you suspect you have a gas leak in your home or business, get in touch with our certified professionals. We’ll complete a comprehensive inspection and ensure your building is safe.
Zest Plumbing & Drain has served as the preferred gas leak detection company for both residential and commercial services in Glendale, AZ, since 2008. Our licensed technicians are available and have specialized tools for finding even the smallest leaks. We provide gas leak repair with lasting results.
Don’t leave your safety up to chance. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and emergency gas line leak repair.
Are Regular Gas Leak Checks Necessary?
Gas leaks typically develop over time as your gas lines and connections wear out. They often start too small to notice or endanger your health, but it is enough to make your gas bills rise.
As the leakage gradually grows, the likelihood of a fire accident increases, as does the chance gas levels will reach levels high enough to make you sick. We recommend staying safe by contacting our gas fitters to inspect your gas lines and connections at least twice a year. We’ll repair any detected leaks before they affect your bills or compromise your safety.
What Causes Gas Leaks?
Most gas leaks in Glendale are due to old or worn-out gas lines or connections. The following factors can also cause leakage:
- Accidentally breaking a gas pipe while renovating your property
- Corrosion from extreme weather
- Seismic activity bending or breaking buried gas pipes
- Improper installation
Our team will identify the cause of your leak and offer gas pipe leak repair that prevents the problem from recurring. If repairing the issue will not deliver a lasting solution, we will recommend gas pipe replacement options.
Get in touch with Zest Plumbing & Drain today to inspect your BBQ line and other gas connections.
Signs of a Gas Leak
Have you noticed any of the following?
- Rotten egg odor
- Hissing or roaring sounds around a gas appliance or pipe
- Dead vegetation over your buried gas pipe
- Experiencing nausea, lightheadedness, and headaches
These are all signs of a severe gas leak. The situation is dangerous and requires that you:
- Evacuate your family, pets, or employees
- Call the gas company to turn off your building’s gas supply
- Contact our team for quick gas line leak detection and repair
- Open all your windows to ventilate the space
- Switch off your building’s power to avoid sparks that may trigger a fire