Gas Line Repair

Gas line inspections offer your home a way to ensure the gas line is intact and not leaking. There are many valves, pipes, and connections along your gas line that can get loose, rusted, or damaged due to impact. With any one of these problems, the situation can soon become dangerous for you in your home.

Natural gas has a “rotten egg” odor that’s been added to warn us of a leak. If you smell this distinctive odor in your home or believe you have a gas line leak or damage of any kind, please do the following:

Do not use your cell phone until safely out of the house.
Shut off gas valves in your home.
Do not turn on or off any electrical appliances.
Do not smoke or use any open flame.
Do not attempt to locate the leak.

Get a safe distance away from the house, then call 911 and the utility company.

If a natural gas line is damaged when digging outside, call your local utility company immediately. Do not attempt a gas line repair

Preventing gas leaks in the home is as easy as scheduling regular gas line inspections and ensuring proper installation of gas lines by licensed professionals. 

Associated Plumbers Inc.  has long been a leader in gas re-piping. Little Rock residents can rest assured that the diversity of products that we carry in addition to our attention to detail, will result in a satisfied job. We promise that you will have a safe and competitively priced re-pipe, using products that are guaranteed to last.

Associated Plumbers Inc of Little Rock is able to install  Polyethelene Pipe (PE) for underground gas lines and the new Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST) along with conventional black steel pipe gas systems..


For more information or to request a Little Rock gas re-piping quote, please contact us at 501-666-9483. One of our Little Rock gas re-piping Plumbers would be more than happy to help!
If CenterPoint Energy removes your gas meter or locks it off because of a leak, Associated Plumbers Inc. can:

Test the system
Get the permit
Locate the leak
Repair the gas leak quickly and efficiently
 

Associated Plumbers Inc. Plumbers have the knowledge to pinpoint the leak and make repairs according to the Arkansas Plumbing Code, for all the accepted types of gas piping.

Since issues with gas lines can be extremely dangerous, our company will have the gas line system inspected by your local Plumbing Inspector to further assure your safety. At Associated Plumbers Inc., our clients’ well being is extremely important to us. Therefore, we do our best to ensure that the issue is completely resolved as quickly as possible.

We have been providing Central Arkansas with exceptional plumbing services for 70 years. Our Plumbers are not only qualified, but they understand and hold the same high ethical standards we value.
*Some persons may not be able to smell the odor because they have a diminished sense of smell, olfactory fatigue (normal, temporary inability to distinguish an odor after prolonged exposure to it) or because the odor is being masked or hidden by other odors that are present in the area, such as cooking smells or damp, musty, or chemical odors.

 
In addition, under certain rare circumstances, odor fade (the loss of odorant so that it is not readily detectable by smell) can occur. Odor fade is caused by physical and chemical processes. Other factors that may cause odor fade include: construction and configuration of the customer’s gas facilities; presence of rust, moisture, liquids, or other substances in the pipe; gas composition, pressure, and flow; intermittent, little, or no gas flow over an extended period that normally lasts until the gas flow increases or becomes more frequent; new pipe installations; steel and larger pipes; and certain types of dry soil.
- See more at: http://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/residential/safety/natural-gas-leaks/what-to-do-if-you-smell-gas?sa=ar#sthash.FfG1aFFs.dpuf
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