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Sioux Falls Gas Line Installation and Repair

Gas lines are important parts of any home. They supply natural gas to gas stoves, fireplaces, and water heaters. Property owners need to periodically check gas lines to ensure they are intact and working properly to avoid gas-related hazards.

Property owners must contract only professional gas line installers to detect leaks, and inspect valves. Frisbees has a team of trained and certified plumbers who specialize in gas line installation. We spot problems and identify areas that are likely to cause issues in the future.

Gas Line Services in Sioux Falls

Natural gas is safe when installed correctly and provides an efficient power source to homes. However, it’s a highly flammable material that can cause potential fire hazards when it leaks into a house. Inhaling the gas can also cause natural gas poisoning and other health hazards.

Frisbee provides gas line services in Sioux Falls, ensuring common gas appliances such as dryers, stoves, furnaces, and boilers receive standard gas without leakages.

Frisbees Can Take Care of Your Gas Line

Gas is dangerous, and installing gas pipes requires current permits and municipal authority inspections to certify the installation complies with all codes. Our professional and knowledgeable team uses standard gas equipment to make sure all systems run optimally to ensure the property’s safety.

Gas Line Installation

Property owners who are looking to add gas appliances should hire a professional gas line installation team to run a gas line for their new appliance. Installing a new gas line can be extremely dangerous, so this level of installation requires a licensed and certified professional.
The city of Sioux Falls requires licensed individuals to make any alterations to remove or add gas line sections or gas appliances.
Contact Frisbees for a FREE estimate to add a gas line for any home project.

Gas Line Repair

Gas leaks can have several causes, mainly poorly fitted, faulty, or badly maintained appliances. Sometimes, a leak can occur from an improperly installed appliance by a DIYer or an unqualified plumber. Ideally, anything in your home that runs off gas can leak. However, natural gas lines can leak underground, exposing property owners to greater dangers.

Common indoor gas appliances that may leak include the following:

  • Gas stoves
  • Furnaces
  • Water heaters
  • Gas dryers
  • Boilers
  • Gas fireplaces

Talk to our professional gas line installation team to take immediate action if you notice any signs of a potential gas leak.

Signs You Need Your Gas Line Repaired

It’s vital to identify natural gas leaks as soon as possible and to prevent the potential negative effects and hazards. This segment highlights common signs of natural gas leaks to watch out for.

  • Smell of Rotten Eggs

    Natural gas is odorless and colorless in its normal state, making it almost impossible to identify if there's a leak. To make detection easier, gas companies add odorants that create a natural gas smell similar to rotting eggs or sulfur. The stronger the smell, the more likely there's a gas leak.

  • Dead or Dying Plants

    Stunned, dying, or dead plants inside or outside the house can also indicate a gas leak, especially if the plants receive proper care. Natural gas prevents plant roots from absorbing oxygen and leads to wilting. It can also cause yellowish patches on grass and smaller than normal leaves on trees.

  • Hissing Sounds

    Large gas leaks can produce hissing noises, even if the gas lines or appliances are turned off. We advise homeowners to periodically check gas pipes and appliances and listen for hissing noises. This leak should be addressed immediately to prevent natural gas poison or fire hazards.

  • Physical Natural Gas Poisoning Symptoms

    Symptoms of exposure to natural gas may include dizziness, headaches, nausea, irregular breathing, and fatigue. Exposure to high levels of natural gas may cause severe headaches, loss of concentration, memory problems, loss of consciousness, and suffocation.

  • Higher-Than-Normal Gas Usage

    Always monitor the amount of gas used in the household. Higher-than-average use may indicate a natural gas leak. Homes may experience seasonal increases in natural gas use, especially when using the furnace. However, unexplained increases could indicate a leak in or around the property.

What to Do in Case of a Gas Leak

Knowing what to do when there’s a gas leak is critical in mitigating its potential hazards. We advise property owners to take the following steps if they suspect they’re dealing with a gas leak.

NOTE: Never use electricity or combustible devices or start an automobile if you suspect there’s a gas leak. Don’t attempt DIY repairs. Instead, contact Frisbees, and our experienced technicians will advise on the next steps as we prepare to visit the property.

Let the Pros at Frisbee Help

If you think your gas line may be faulty or leaking, it’s best to contact a professional plumber at Frisbees to inspect the gas line immediately and make any plumbing repairs. Contact us today if you notice any of the signs of a leaking gas line.

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