Laguna Beach and Laguna Niguel Gas Line Services

Gas Line Installation and Repair

Natural gas is a necessary resource in your home for heat, cooking and comfort. Nevertheless, it needs to be delicately maintained so that you may use it cautiously and reliably. An irregularly functioning or leaky gas line can lead to a severe risk of death in your household. 

If you need a gas line installed for a piece of equipment in your home or have encountered a problem with your gas lines, you need not look anymore! At Laguna Plumbing Pros, our professional team has the experience and training necessary to service your gas line. We provide gas installation and repair services throughout Laguna Nigel, Laguna Beach, Mission Viejo, and Lake Forest, California.

Natural Gas Piping Installation

To install natural gas pipes, your contractor needs to know all the regulations and codes that apply to the location of the lines, venting, the type of piping and other materials used, and other procedures.  

We are sure to deliver authentic work and services as our contractors are knowledgeable and experienced in handling gas piping installations. Besides, we are aware of the regulations that are associated with gas piping. Besides, our team of technicians will strategically plan and install your gas lines to ensure your system flows flawlessly and that it is free from leaks. 

What Causes Gas Leaks?

There are various causes of gas leaks within your home, such as faulty or obsolete fittings between the gas line and a house appliance, buildup of gas pressure over time, aging pipes, and lack of proper appliance maintenance.

How To Detect Gas Leaks

One obvious way to detect a gas leak is if you notice the distinct rotten egg smell of natural gas in your home. However, gas leaks may go unnoticed for a long time and pose a risk to your health and safety.  Here are other ways to tell if there is a gas leak:

Physical Body Symptoms

Natural gas is poisonous; thus, when inhaled by humans, it may pose a health risk. Common physical symptoms during a gas leak include nosebleeding, lightheadedness, ear, nose, and throat irritation, nausea, tinnitus and fatigue.

A Hissing Sound

Often gas escapes from the system through a tiny hole in a pipe or fitting. As it passes at high speed and high pressure, the leaking gas may produce a hissing sound.

Dying Or Failing House Plants

Usually, natural gas is poisonous to people, animals and also plants. If you have indoor plants and they begin to die away unexpectedly, this could be the sign of a gas leak.

Small Bubbles

A straightforward method to establish a gas leak in your home is to perform the bubble test. If your gas line passes through an area of water or moist ground, and gas starts to stream from the pipe, the leaking gas may bring about a bubbling effect as it escapes through the water.

Laguna Plumbing Pros FAQs

How Often Should Gas Lines Be Replaced?

Most gas lines are designed to have a longevity of approximately 50 years. Unless your gas line is cracked, corroded, or malfunctioning, you may not need to replace your gas line for a very long time.

How Do I Maintain My Gas Line?

Oversight to the maintenance of natural gas pipelines could arise in issues such as corrosion and leakage. Therefore, you should have them inspected regularly to identify dangerous conditions and having immediate repairs whenever needed.