Gas Line Repair & Leak Detection
Gas leaks are an emergency. Call your gas line repair and leak detection team at 305-367-3225. for immediate service. Reliable solutions since 2002.
Note: If you suddenly feel nauseous in your home, you may have a gas leak. Leave your property at once. Do not turn on any electronic devices. Once in a safe area, call your local gas company to report the leak.
Suspect a problem with your gas line? Call your gas line repair experts to fix the problem so you can avoid a gas leak. Seaway Plumbing, Inc. will respond to your call as promptly as possible and inspect your gas line to identify the source of the problem. We value all of our customers and will only carry out the most cost-effective solution.
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What are the signs it’s time to replace your gas line?
Take a look at problem signs that point to a failing or damaged gas line:
Thinning components: Gas lines will thin out in various places over time. The joints and intersections will thin out quicker than other areas. The seals and gaskets that are often used to connect appliances to the gas lines will also deteriorate over time.
Gas leaks: If there is a gas leak, the line will usually require replacement. It is important to catch the leak as early as possible, so it does not harm your family or cause damage to your home.
Decrease in heat: An obstruction or leak in the gas line will generate less heat. If a furnace requires a higher temperature to produce the same level of warmth, or if your gas water heater stops producing hot water, a damaged gas line may be to blame.
Visible damage: If your gas lines are dented, twisted, rusted, or bent, call us immediately for repair.
How can you tell if there is a leak?
There are several signs that signal a gas leak. What you should be on the lookout for:
Rotten egg odor: If you smell a foul odor similar to that of a rotten egg, this is a strong sign that there is a gas leak. However, do not rely on the smell alone. There may be a gas leak but you may not smell anything at all.
Sound: If there is no smell, you may notice a hissing noise coming from the gas line connected to your appliances. When gas escapes from the line, it will often make a hissing sound.
Lower pipe temperature: A drop in gas pressure can cause the pipes to become cold. If one section of the pipe is colder than another section, this could be a sign that something is wrong.
Dying lawn: Gas leaks can affect your lawn and surrounding plants. If your flowers and plants are suddenly dying in one section of your lawn or yard, there is likely a gas leak.