Gas Leak Detection & Repair Services
A gas leak is nothing to ignore. If you suspect you have a gas leak, call a gas leak detection company right away!
Marietta Gas Leak Detection & Repair
Nearly 20 people die each year from exposure to natural gas in the home, and while not all gas leaks cause death, they can cause a variety of health issues — some of which can be severe. If you suspect you have a gas leak or are feeling ill in your home, call Snappy Electric, Plumbing, Heating, & Air for help right away.
Don't let yourself become another casualty of a gas leak. Call Snappy Electric, Plumbing, Heating, & Air the minute you suspect you need gas pipe leak repair.
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Need To Know
If you have a gas leak, the sooner you detect it and call for help the better. Gas leaking inside the home can cause carbon monoxide poisoning which can make you sick and even cause serious damage. Here are signs that you have a gas leak in your home.
- FOUL ODOR — Although natural gas is odorless, your provider adds a chemical so you can smell it. If you detect an odor like rotten eggs in your home, it's likely a gas leak.
- HISSING SOUND — In certain cases, the gas leaking from a pipe may make a hissing sound as it escapes.
- DISTURBANCE — When the gas under pressure begins to leak, it can stir up dust and debris, especially around appliance connections.
If you've determined you have a gas leak, do these things immediately!
- Evacuate the house
- Leave doors and windows open to ventilate
- Call for emergency help from outside the house
- Call a gas pipe leak repair service to fix the damage
Gas leaks are serious business. It's essential that you get out of the house the minute you detect a leak and call for help and don't go back in until the authorities say it's clear.
In some cases, you may not hear or smell a gas leak, but you might have other symptoms you should be aware of that signal a problem. If you're in the home and experience any of the following symptoms, it could be due to a gas leak.
- Abdominal Pain
- Chest Pain
- Feeling Dizzy or Lightheaded
- Feeling Fatigued
Any of these symptoms or a combination of symptoms could indicate that you have carbon monoxide poisoning. If you experience these, get yourself to a doctor or emergency room without delay.
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