Gas leaks and damaged gas lines can be wasteful, hazardous, and even deadly. The results of a leak or damaged line can include everything from wasted fuel to carbon monoxide poisoning, fires, and explosions. But we can help you and your family enjoy a safer home by taking care of all of your gas line needs. From leak detection to repair and re-piping, our team is equipped and trained to do it all, so you can enjoy the benefits of gas, without the worries.
Do you smell gas in your home? It could be a gas leak. If you do smell a sulfur or rotten egg smell and it’s not the dog, put Fido on a leash, open the windows, and get outside as quickly as possible. As you exit, avoid:
All three could potentially cause a spark. You also want to make sure you don’t use your cell phone to call your gas company until AFTER you’ve exited the home.
Don’t go back into your home until an emergency crew has shut off your gas line and made sure your home is safe to go back into. The next step is to call Steele Plumbing, San Diego county’s preferred plumber since 2003.
We’re licensed plumbing contractors with a list of certifications and trainings under our belt, and we can quickly pinpoint where your gas leak is, and let you know what types of repairs are needed. If you need to have the gas line completely replaced, we can take care of that for you as well. Our specialties include these:
While some gas leaks may be easy to identify because you can actually smell the gas, leaks aren’t always that easy to detect. But because of their wastefulness and the incredible danger that gas leaks pose, if you suspect you may have a leak, it’s important that you get help immediately, even if you don’t smell the signs.
Call Steele Plumbing, Inc. at 619-254-7285 or request an appointment online. Whether you need us during normal office hours or at 3 AM on a Sunday, Steele Plumbing’s experienced plumbers are only a call away for residents of San Diego.
Our other services include installing gas lines for your gas log lighter and fireplace. Ask us for more information today.