AppleTree Plumbing, Heating & Drains is honored to be the trusted, reliable gas line repair and installers in the Idaho Springs, Golden, and Western Colorado area. Work with industry-leading professionals in order to ensure safety for building occupants. Avoid DIY work and ensure your property remains safe and functional by working with the AppleTree professionals.
The Importance of Your Western Colorado Property’s Gas Line
Gas lines are common in both homes and businesses throughout Western Colorado. If there are any gas-powered water heaters or appliances in your property, that signifies that your property has a gas line. Many properties have appliances that rely on natural gas or propane, making a functioning gas line important. When your gas line is working properly, all of your gas-powered appliances and water heaters will be running smoothly, meaning everyone inside your property is safe and sound. Since the consequences of a gas leak can lead to serious injury and even an explosion, it is pertinent to contact us if you ever suspect a gas leak.
Comprehensive Gas Line Repair for Western Colorado Homes and Businesses
Gas lines are built to be durable, often providing years of safety for homes and businesses throughout the Western Slope. Even though gas-powered properties are usually safe, it is important to be aware of the indicators of a gas leak in order to avoid potential injury and death. The utility company does add an additional ingredient to the gas that’s running through your property since gas is naturally odorless. This ingredient has a foul, rotten egg smell that’s designed to immediately notify you of a potential gas leak. If you ever notice this particular smell inside of your property, please immediately evacuate. Another signifier of a gas leak is the sound of hissing gas escaping from a pipe. Even though the hissing sound isn’t always present during a gas leak, if you notice this sound and smell a foul odor, there’s a good chance that you have a gas leak.
The Best Practice After Gas Leak Detection in Western Colorado Residential and Commercial Businesses
If you ever suspect that there’s a gas leak on your property, it is crucial to immediately evacuate all building occupants. Most importantly, do not use any electrical devices, including your cell phone or turning the lights off, before leaving your property. This can easily spark a fire or start an explosion. Leaving the door open after you evacuate can also help vent out the gas. When you are a safe distance away from your home or business, please contact 911 or your local gas company for help. Once the leak has been contained, contact us for immediate gas line leak repairs and replacement.
With our wide array of plumbing services and years of experience in the Western Colorado market, we are confident we can handle any water heater concerns you may have. Call us today at (303) 562-0473.