Protect Your Property From The Dangers Of A Gas Leak
Gas leaks can occur at the joints of gas line connections or in gas lines not properly protected when buried outside of the home. These leaks can be fatal to family or employees and must be attended to as soon as you are aware there is a leak.
Fortunately for us, all of the gas used in residential and commercial settings is given an additive with a sulfur, or rotten egg, smell so that if the gas line begins leaking you will be alerted to the problem immediately.
Common Signs Signs of a Gas Leak
Whose Side Of The Meter Are You On?
It depends where the leak takes place. If there is anything wrong on the gas company’s side of the meter (essentially meaning outside your property) it is their responsibility to repair it. But if something occurs on your side of the meter, you’ll need to hire a professional. Call Direct Heating & Air at 405-778-2896 right away. We know how to detect, handle and repair gas leaks better than anyone else.