Gas Line Repair & Installation Services

Trying to find gas line repair and installation services? Call Peterson Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling at 970-399-7063 for a technician in Grand Junction, CO. Visit our coupons page to take advantage of the savings available to you.

Gas Line Repair & Installation Peterson Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling Grand Junction, CO

A gas line is a serious issue which must be resolved as quickly as possible, so if you think your line is damaged give us a call immediately at 970-399-7063 and we’ll send a technician by for an inspection. Many other homeowners in Grand Junction, CO, and the surrounding communities turn to the experts at Peterson Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling during an emergency plumbing situation, just visit our Reviews page to see what they have to say about our work, and why they call us first every time.

How Can You Tell If You Have a Gas Leak?

The signs of a gas leak are relatively easy to identify, as long as you know where to look:

The smell of rotten eggs

Natural gas is odorless, but trace amounts of mercaptan are added to the natural gas to make it smell like rotten eggs or sulfur, so you can quickly identify a leak.

You can hear hissing sounds

If your gas line is leaking, you will likely be able to hear a faint hissing sound close to the source of the leak.

The grass or plants in your yard are dying

If all of the vegetation in your yard is dying in a particular area despite all your best efforts, then the cause may be a damaged gas line nearby which is leaking near your plants.

How are Gas Leaks Caused?

Gas leaks are most often caused by external factors affecting the pipes, such as extreme weather and exposure to the elements, or by homeowner damage, such as ruptured lines caused by landscaping and renovations.

What to Do If You Have a Gas Leak

If you are experiencing a gas leak, leave your home as quickly as possible and contact your gas company to report it. Then, call a specialist from Peterson Plumbing, Heating and Cooling for immediate assistance in repairing the broken section of pipe.

Do not do any of the following:

  • Stay in your house; breathing in natural gas can be lethal
  • Turn on or plug in any electronics, or any items which could create a spark
  • Start your car if you have it parked close to your house
  • Turn on any lights or appliances
  • Use a lighter or an open flame

Keeping you safe is our number one priority, so for help with your gas line repair and installation needs give us a call 24-hours a day at 970-399-7063.