Gas leaks that go undetected can cause humans and animals to suffer from gas leak poisoning. If you notice any of the following symptoms, it is important to vacate your home and call a technician. The most common, physical symptoms of gas leaks can include blisters on the skin, breathing problems, dizziness, nausea, unconsciousness, and in extreme cases, death. All listed effects of a gas leak depend on the severity of a leak.
Signs Your Gas Lines are Leaking
Over time, pipes that conduct water and gas to your appliances wear down. Pipe corrosion is a scientific term that describes how pipes become damaged through chemical reactions. Corrosion in gas lines can spawn from a pipe’s capacity to store energy in its material, and then conduct that energy back into the earth. The pathways of energy that are conducted through the pipe’s material and back into the earth bore small holes in the pipeline. These holes are inevitable and natural in some environments. Ask a technician today about prevention methods for gas line repair, like protective coating or cathodic protection. Your home may be suffering from a gas leak if you notice the following a hissing noise near a gas tank, the smell of rotten eggs or sulfur lingering your home, plants in your house dying, or physical gas tank damage, like a broken connecting hose
Work with the Best Gas Line Professionals in Phoenix
Our plumbers will arrive promptly and listen to your concerns. They will proceed to safely inspect your home, and recommend services once the conditions are safe. Our technicians will make sure your living conditions are properly secured, and that the job is done well. Older gas lines have a larger risk of having corrosive damage. Lower the risk of gas leak symptoms by calling a Mr. Rooter technician to inspect your gas line today. Our services are fast dependable, and we will work around your schedule to make sure your home is safe and secure for living.
To request an estimate, just visit our site or call to speak with an agent. Be sure to specify whether or not the issue is an emergency, and we will provide you with fast and effective service. Our services are for plumbing and pipeline issues only, so as always, be sure to call 9-1-1 if someone has been physically harmed by a gas leak.