Safe, Cost-Effective Natural Gas Line Repair & Installation in Mesa, Arizona & Other Areas
Natural gas line installation and repair is serious business, so come to Compton Plumbing Services when you want only the best. Call us today at 480-926-3931 to ask questions, schedule an appointment, or to request emergency repair services. Before you call, check out our coupons to see what great deals you might be eligible for.
Natural gas is a cost-effective way to power many different home appliances, including heaters, water heaters, dryers, and ovens and stoves. But problems with natural gas lines can be very dangerous. Ensure that yours are installed and maintained properly, call Compton Plumbing Services, your trusted plumbing experts in Mesa, AZ.
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Natural Gas Line Replacement, Installation and Repairs for the Home
Plenty of appliances and heaters are powered by natural gas, and when you have these in your home, it’s important to keep the lines properly maintained. Similarly, if you’re doing renovations or upgrading your home, you should only ever use a professional for natural gas piping installation. Natural gas line repair and maintenance is no DIY project, and you’ll save time and money, and keep your family safe by leaving these services to the professionals at Compton Plumbing Services.
Signs of a Natural Gas Leak
The main reason you shouldn’t try to perform DIY natural gas line work is because the health and safety of your loved ones could depend on it. Gas lines and appliances that are not properly installed and maintained can lead to natural gas leaks, which can cause dizziness, nausea, loss of consciousness, and even death—not to mention that a leak can lead to a fire or explosion. Here are some major warning signs of a leak inside your home:
Smell: Utility companies add a sulfur or rotten egg scent to natural gas so that you’ll notice a leak, so smelling rotten eggs is a classic sign of a natural gas leak.
Sound: When a pipe is leaking natural gas, it will sometimes make a whistling, hissing, or blowing sound. The sound might originate in the pipes, the gas source, or the appliances powered by it.
Why Compton Plumbing Services Is Your Number One Choice
- We’re family owned and operated, and treat each of our clients like members of our extended family
- We’ve been in the business since 1980, and have plenty of experience
- Our services are available day and night for regular and emergency situations
- Technicians are often available for same-day service
Call 480-926-3931 right away if you suspect a problem with the natural gas lines in your Mesa, AZ home. Our technicians are available around the clock, and we have the training and experience necessary to detect and repair problems.