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Gas Line Repair And Gas Leak Detection

37575898_mPeople who use natural gas in their homes often have questions about gas line repair and leak detection. At Petri Plumbing, we strive to inform our customers so they can make better decisions. We also make sure that all inspections and repairs are carried with the utmost professionalism.

How Can I Spot a Gas Line Leak?

In order to spot a gas line leak, you will need to look out for subtle signs. One of the most obvious signs of a gas leak is a strange smell. Most people say that the smell is like a rotten egg. You may also notice a strange sound coming from a gas appliance if there is a gas line leak.

You could experience some unpleasant symptoms if you have a gas line leak. Some of those symptoms include nausea, dizziness, fatigue and irregular breathing. These symptoms may be exacerbated in the elderly and people who have preexisting health conditions.

Additionally, if your plants are dying for no apparent reason, then a gas line leak could be to blame. Plants that are near a gas line leak will quickly become very sick, and eventually die.

How Does Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Occur?

Carbon monoxide is a gas that has no odor, color or taste. However, it can be very dangerous if it is inhaled. There are several things that produce carbon monoxide, including charcoal grills, propane heaters, generators, spray paint and kerosene space heaters.

Carbon monoxide poisoning can very easily occur in a home. If an appliance is not maintained or installed correctly, then the chances of suffering carbon monoxide poisoning will be higher. That is why it is very important for you to make sure that all of the appliances in your home are properly maintained. Carbon monoxide poisoning can also occur in places that are not properly ventilated.

Furthermore, it is a good idea to install a carbon monoxide detector in your home. The detector will notify you if carbon monoxide levels in your home are elevated. It can potentially help save you and your family members’ lives.

How Should I Maintain My Gas Lines?

You do not have to do a lot to maintain your gas lines. However, you will have to inspect the lines regularly in order to identify unsafe conditions. If you notice any unsafe conditions, then you will need to report them immediately. Furthermore, it is a good idea to have your gas lines inspected by a professional plumber. Plumbers will inspect the lines and make any necessary  gas line repairs.

If you’re concerned about a gas leak in Brooklyn and surrounding areas, then you should consider contacting Petri Plumbing. We are dedicated to making sure that the plumbing inside of your home is working properly. Contact us today at (718) 748-1254.
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