How To Tell If There Is A Gas Leak
Smell rotten eggs? The first and most obvious sign you have a gas leak is a strong rotten egg smell. This could happen at connections to gas-powered appliances that have become damaged, at gas fireplaces, near gas water heaters or outside the home.
Hear hissing sounds? Hissing or whistling sounds from your gas line also point to a possible leak.
Notice dead vegetation in your yard? If you notice a patch of dead vegetation in your yard, it could be the result of a damaged gas line leaking onto the surface and affecting your vegetation. Other factors contributing to damaged gas lines include pipes becoming exposed after extreme weather, ground shifting, or normal wear and tear.
Legacy Plumbing uses a variety of gas leak detection methods to detect and locate a gas leak. Once the leak is located, our technician will go over options for the repair, always giving you the pricing up front and before we start any work.
How To Fix A Gas Leak
You'll want to contact a professional plumber to inspect and repair the potential gas leak.
To schedule an appointment or receive a free estimate over the phone on the repair or replacement of your gas line, please contact us or call (972) 801-9798. We've also included some of our most common gas repair and gas replacement costs below.
|Residential Gas Line Repairs|
|Locate gas leak/Diagnose gas system for the first 30 minutes.|
Additional time is $45 per 1/4 hour.
|Gas test, with gauge. Maximum of 3 openings. Does not include city permit and inspection fee or leak location/diagnose fee.|
|City permit and inspection service (price depends on city).|
|Replace gas stop and flex line at appliance. One year warranty.|
|Repair gas leak above ground, meter end. One year warranty.|
|Replace gas leak above ground, house end. One year warranty.|
|Replace gas riser, meter end. One year warranty.|
|Replace gas riser, house end. One year warranty.|