At the first sign of a gas leak, do not -- we repeat -- do not attempt to find the source of the leak and fix it yourself. Gas leaks are a life-threatening hazard that can result in fires and explosions.
If you think you smell gas or the telltale rotten egg odor, evacuate the house immediately and call 911. Once you’re safe, notify your gas service provider. They can determine if a leak is present and cut off the gas supply to your home.
However, if your home is in an area not serviced by the gas company, you’ll need to find a qualified, licensed gas line service provider for the repair.
Signs of a Gas Leak
Gas is colorless, which can make visible detection difficult. However, a gas leak can reveal itself in the following ways:
A noticeable patch of dead grass/plants
Rotten egg odor
Don’t ignore physical symptoms, either. These include:
Rely on Us for an Expert Gas Line Repair
Call Hedrick's Service Now if you have, or suspect that you have a gas leak and would like a professional to handle it. We’re available 24/7 for emergency detection and repairs. We’ll come to your home and inspect it for possible gas leaks using our specialized equipment to locate the source. Our trained experts will make the required repairs and test your home again to ensure that no gas remains in the air.
We care about your safety and always do what it takes to put your worries to rest, letting you know you are in the best possible hands. A gas leak is a serious issue that requires the prompt attention of a professional. When you have a gas leak and don’t want to take unnecessary chances, contact us right away at (214) 509-6029.