Gas Leak Detection

Emergency Gas Leak Detection Services in East TX

Smell Gas? Don’t Worry, Simply Call Royal Plumbing!

Gas Leak Detection: Don’t stress! You will likely smell a gas leak prior to it getting bad, but do not let that make you complacent. If you feel that there is a considerable gas leak and you fear for the safety of you as well as your family phone call 911 immediately.

When you smell a rotten egg smell, you need to resolve the problem prior to it intensifying. While a leak can get worse over time, do not gamble. A Royal Plumbing professional can do a leak detection for you to diagnose the issue.

Here are the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – it might save your life:

  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Symptoms that go away and come back when you get home.
  • Other people experiencing the exact same symptoms.

It’s important to remember that while a big gas leak is dangerous, so are tiny leaks if they are releasing too much carbon monoxide. Carbon Monoxide poisoning can cause permanent brain damage. And unlike a natural gas leak, it is odorless. Look for these warning signs that your devices around your bathroom and kitchen might not be functioning correctly:

  • The fire on your gas stove needs to be crisp and blue. Lazy yellow or orange flames indicate you may need to get your stove looked at.
  • You might see residue or black marks or tarnishing around or on gas home appliances.
  • Your pilot burner might go out often.
  • You might see additional condensation inside your home windows.

Have your gas appliances inspected annually.

Why not have us come by and also examine the condition of your gas pipes each year? Include this in your home improvement budget so that you can remain on top of one of the most significant investments most Americans will ever make in their lifetime … their house.

How much time does a Gas Leak Detection examination take?

The majority of these leakages are pin-sized holes, so it used to be exceptionally difficult to identify where a leak is originating from. The good news is the tools we used have improved to such a degree that the uncertainty of leak discovery has actually been substantially decreased. This is one reason that it’s such a good idea to have your plumber check for a gas leak on any type of visit.

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