Gas Leak Repair

Gas Pipe Leak Repair in Phoenix

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WARNING! If you think you have a gas leak of any kind, call your gas utility provider immediately. Combustible gas is contained for a reason. As soon as that gas finds a way out of its enclosed system, you’ve got a problem on your hands—because if it comes in contact with a flame or sparks, it can cause an explosion.

The good news about gas leaks? You can always rely on Rainforest Plumbing & Air for Phoenix gas leak repair service. After you have gotten your family out of the house and gotten your utility provider to turn off your gas, our skilled plumbing technicians will happily come to your property to inspect your gas piping and determine what the problem is. We are equipped with all the latest tools and technology to get the job done fast, and our team is backed by more than 20 years of experience. From your water heater to your furnace to your oven, there are so many essential appliances in your home which may depend on combustible gas. That’s why it is extremely important to hire an experienced plumbing company that knows how to take care of your gas lines, ensuring you can enjoy the appliances you need without putting your family’s safety at risk.

For expert gas leak repair in Phoenix, call Rainforest Plumbing & Air at (602) 755-2995 for Phoenix Metro Area or (520) 502-2929 for Tucson Metro Area today.

What to Know About Natural Gas

In its original chemical composition, natural gas is much like carbon monoxide in that it is colorless and odorless. However, producers of natural gas add chemicals called mercaptans, which give natural gas its characteristic rotten-egg odor. This allows for easy detection and, if smelled, should cause evacuation of the area to an outside location. Electrical appliances, lighters, or other such devices should not be used if you smell natural gas, as these can be ignition points for the escaped gas.

A gas line leak can be caused by a variety of things, from corrosion/wear and tear in your appliances, to poor piping installation somewhere in your home, to a general lack of ventilation. This is why our Phoenix gas line plumbers recommend periodic plumbing maintenance. By checking your system out annually, we will always be able to determine whether your gas piping is in good condition or in need of repair, so you never end up in an emergency situation.

What Are the Different Levels of a Gas Pipe Leak?

The Gas Piping and Technology Committee has set standards for grading natural gas leaks. These standards are ranked on a scale of one to three, Grade One being the most serious, Grade Three being the least.

The three types of gas leaks are:

  • Grade 1: A leak that represents an existing or probable hazard to persons or property, and requires immediate repair or continuous action until the conditions are no longer hazardous.
  • Grade 2: A leak that is recognized as being non-hazardous at the time of detection, but justifies scheduled repair based on probable future hazard.
  • Grade 3: A leak that is non-hazardous at the time of detection and can be reasonably expected to remain non-hazardous.

If you suspect a possible gas leak in your home or business, call us right away. Remember, if you can, shut off the gas and open windows and doors to ventilate the house. This should be done in conjunction with evacuating your property and contacting your utility company.

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Protect Your Property with Rainforest Plumbing & Air

At Rainforest Plumbing & Air, we want you to feel that you can always contact us for essential plumbing services. That’s why we offer various specials, payment plans, and financing options, not to mention free estimates for every customer. With our reputation for fast, honest, and efficient service, you can always trust you’re getting the best possible work from our licensed and insured plumbing company. And thanks to our “up-front guarantee”on pricing, you’ll never have to pay any hidden fees or last-minute surcharges.

When it comes to your family’s safety there is no such thing as being too cautious. That’s why you should never hesitate to give us call for gas line repairs in Phoenix, Mesa, or the greater East Valley.

For same-day service, dial (602) 755-2995 for Phoenix Metro Area or (520) 502-2929 for Tucson Metro Area. You can also request an appointment anytime online. Se habla español.

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