Gas propane lines are considered one of the most volatile and dangerous substances that someone can work with. An untrained technician or plumber can easily cause serious injury or even death when handling these lines improperly. That is why it is vitally important that a professional plumber is called in to handle anything related to gas or propane within your home. For your own wellbeing, choose a service that can relate to your worries and offer the best job possible.
If you smell a gas leak in your home or office, call in a professional as soon as possible to handle the situation. To start, you should leave the building immediately, and then make the phone call. Rick’s Plumbing can enter the premises and repair any broken gas propane lines in the immediate area.
Should the licensed plumber or technician arrive on the premises and discover the gas and propane lines need to be replaced entirely when a simple repair just won’t do, the entire job can be completed by Rick’s Plumbing. In fact, you should have these lines checked every few months, just to be safe.
A gas or propane leak can cause numerous health issues, and may even lead to an untimely death if not taken care of soon enough. A qualified technician can offer you an estimate to replace the line and explain the dangers of not having these lines checked every so often and replaced entirely. A new system may not necessarily be required, but the lines should be changed out every so often.
Installing a brand new gas line for a fireplace requires numerous specialized parts and the steady hand of an experienced professional. This is certainly not a do-it-yourself type of job, so we cannot recommend performing a propane gas line installation on your own. At Rick’s Plumbing, our years of experience allow us to easily install a brand new gas line for your fireplace. We get the job done promptly and without any excess hassle. Our technicians are equipped with the latest tools and techniques, allowing us to remain safe while tackling the job.
When you install a new propane gas line for your fireplace, you receive one of the most efficient types of gas available in the home. Despite its appearance, a propane fireplace features modern technology and safety features to put your mind at ease. For convenience and ease of use, nothing beats out propane!
While natural gas is a relatively safe fuel, a gas leak can be extremely dangerous. Once the gas leaves its line, it becomes a potential fire hazard and could be deadly if inhaled. Natural gas has no color or odor, however, most suppliers will tell you that it has a rotten egg smell. It’s important to stay alert for it.
If you detect a leak, take the following steps before contacting Rick’s Plumbing:
After doing this, give Rick’s Plumbing a call. We can fix your leak in no time. If the gas line is damaged during construction, you should also call the local utility company. To prevent a gas line leak, invest in regular inspections and professional installation services from Rick’s Plumbing.