GAS LEAK DETECTION
Trusted Gas Leak Detection
A gas leak puts your family at risk. Call the gas line leak repair experts at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains at 843-417-0017.
If you’re looking for a “plumber near me” you can count on look no further than PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains. We’re a family-owned and operated plumbing company that’s served for over 15 years. We strive to offer plumbing solutions at affordable prices and deliver 5-star customer service.
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Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
“I am very pleased with our complete bathroom rehab. Ray Imes did meticulous work, kept us informed during the process, was very congenial, did amazing cleanup, kept us informed of the schedule, and did amazing custom work that resulted in a beautiful bathroom with a walk-in shower. I highly recommend Plumbsure Plumbing & Drains.”
“Amazing response time and quality of work! Raymond was very professional and knowledgeable and taught me some things throughout his time fixing our issue.”
“Ray managed to squeeze me in the same afternoon that my home warranty company contacted him about fixing my leaking disposal. He quickly diagnosed the problem and replaced my disposal in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed! While he was here, he patiently answered all of my questions. Five stars!”
How To Know You Have a Gas Line Leak
Whether in your home or underground, gas pipes wear out over time and develop leaks. Gas leaks can be deadly if you don’t deal with them immediately, so it’s wise to familiarize yourself with the signs of leaks so you can call for help.
If you have a green thumb and your plants are typically healthy, you should be alarmed if they suddenly begin dying for no apparent reason because it could be a gas leak.
Another sign that there may be a gas leak is if you hear hissing noises near your gas appliances. Hissing sounds usually mean you have a substantial leak, so don’t delay calling for help.
Rotten Egg Odor
Natural gas is odorless, so suppliers add a chemical to give it its distinctive rotten egg or sulfur smell to alert people of leaks. If you smell this in your home, shut off your gas at the main valve, open the windows, evacuate the house, and call a professional for gas line leak repair.
Why Hire a Gas Fitter For Appliance Installation?
Many homeowners rely on gas for heat and their appliances. Gas is often less expensive than electricity, which is why people choose it more when they have the option.
After purchasing a new gas appliance, you may be tempted to install it yourself; however, this is something that you should leave to the professionals, and here’s why.
They Know Standard Procedures
Professional gas fitters have the training and experience to install gas systems correctly and safely. They also know the standard procedures to ensure these systems run reliably for years and won’t develop issues that can arise from DIY installation. Furthermore, pros have the proper tools and equipment to do the job more quickly than the average homeowner.
They Can Assess Your Gas Plumbing
Most reputable plumbers and gas fitters are licensed and insured to protect you and your property. Imagine causing significant damage to your home by putting in a gas appliance. Now think about who’s on the hook to pay to fix it — hint, it’s probably not your insurance company. Hiring a pro gives you peace of mind knowing that if there’s a problem, they’re responsible for making it right.
They Give You Peace of Mind
Whether you suspect you have a gas line leak or need a gas fitter, count on the professionals at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains.
Call 843-417-0017 to schedule an appointment.