Natural gas is one of the many energy sources that residential consumers have access to today, and that’s great given how affordable it is. For the most part, natural gas is an efficient, safe source of energy, but nonetheless, the potential for a natural gas leak in your San Bernardino home is a possible disaster just waiting to spring on you. Few things are comparable to the dangers of a leaking gas line in your home. An oblivious guest in your home might fire up a smoke and trigger devastating repercussions. Regardless of how small or harmless you might think any gas leak is, you should never take risks. Immediate and professional assistance is needed to fix this issue.
We here at Full Spectrum Plumbing have been offering San Bernardino residents reliable and trustworthy gas line repair services for more than 10 years. Gas line repairs are not all that hard, but they should also not be done as a DIY project or handled by a technician without the right qualifications. Trust our seasoned technicians to handle the work safely. The preeminently-qualified technicians her at Full Spectrum Plumbing respond to service calls about gas leaks right away. With the state of the art technology we have, we can find leaks already happening but also look into other areas of your home that might develop future leaks. In doing so, we return your home to a state of safety and keep it that way.
Gas Leak? Call the San Bernardino Experts
It’s rare to have a gas line leak, particularly with the contemporary technology that lets your utility provider monitor their gas lines effectively. On the other hand, when a gas leak does happen, they prove very dangerous given that they build up and accumulate in a closed area. That leads to anything from illnesses to explosions. Even an outdoor gas leak can be a very volatile situation. If you’re going to have contractors of any kind work on your home, especially near your gas line, have us come out to identify and then mark your gas lines. It’s a prudent safety precaution.
Natural gas is something that is both odorless and colorless, so it’s rather impossible to smell or see, and that means its natural form is very hazardous. That’s why gas utility companies are mandated by law to add the ‘rotten egg’ scent to their supply, so that you have some way of easily identifying leaks when they do happen. Should you ever smell that particular scent in your home, you need to immediately see to the following steps:
-Shut off your home’s gas valves
-Don’t turn any electrical appliances on or even off
-Don’t use any cell phones or wireless devices until you are outside safely
-Don’t try to find, identify, or fix the leak
-Don’t ignite any flames or smoke anything
It’s better to be safe than to be sorry. Make sure your speed dial has our contact information listed today, so that if you need us in the future you can reach us immediately if you ever experience any gas leak in your own home.