Gas Line Replacement
Replacing a gas line is an easy job for a professional, but it’s not one you want to take on for your own home unless you have the proper certifications and training. Otherwise, things can go terribly wrong and you can get sick, lose your home, and worse. Call us at G.T. Campbell whenever you need a gas line replacement in Fairport, NY. We’ll get to you fast, figure out the best way to get your new line in, and install things properly so your home will work the way you need it to.
How to Know if You Have a Gas Leak
The most common reason that people need a gas line replacement is that they have a leak. Gas leaks can be dangerous, but if you catch them early then they don’t have to be a big deal. Here are a few ways you can determine whether or not you have a gas leak.
- You smell rotten eggs. Gas companies add this smell to your gas so you’ll know right away if it’s leaking. Whenever you smell that rotten egg smell, get out of your house and call someone right away. Our experts will be able to find the source of your leak and get your gas line replacement installed soon.
- You hear hissing. If you hear the sound of pressurized air escaping, especially if it only happens when you’re using or turning on a gas appliance, it’s likely you have a gas leak.
- You have persistent bubbling. Do you have outdoor ponds, pools, or a spa? A persistent bubbling is a major sign of a gas leak. If you’ve tried everything else and the bubbles won’t stop, call for a gas line replacement in Fairport, NY today.
- There’s dead or discolored vegetation. Do you know where the gas line runs through your yard? If you have areas where it seems like nothing will grow, no matter what you do, there’s a good chance you have gas leaking there.
Our licensed plumbers will get you the gas line replacement in Fairport, NY that you need. We’ll assess your problem, access the line, and get things working for you again as soon as possible. They are on call 24 hours a day and 7 days a week (even on holidays!) so you can always know that there’s someone to take care of your gas lines.