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Tips You Can Use to Help Prevent Natural Gas Leaks

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  • November 23, 2018

When you consider just how dangerous natural gas leaks are, it makes sense to take any, and all, precautions you can to prevent the leaks from developing. With the right approach, you can ensure your appliances and lines do not leak gas inside or outside your living space. Here are a few tips you can follow for the prevention of gas leaks.

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Invest in Yearly Inspections to Check Fittings and Other Components

You should have your gas appliances, lines and fitting thoroughly inspected on a yearly basis to check for signs of malfunctions that could lead to gas leak. The inspection process identifies parts and components that could be replaced to restore the condition and function of your natural gas system.

Replace Gas Appliances Toward the End of Their Service Life

As gas appliances start to reach the end of their service life, their integrated lines and fittings could start to suffer excessive wear and tear. The old, worn materials could then allow gas to leak through the gaps, causing a dangerous situation in or around your home. By replacing gas appliances as they reach an advanced age, you can help protect your household from harm.

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Have All Gas Appliances Installed and Maintained by a Professional

When it comes time to have your gas appliances installed or maintained, always call in a professional to get the job done right. With an expert’s help with your gas appliances, you can rest assured that your equipment remains safe from gas leaks. Despite this assurance, you should always remain diligent in detecting and responding to any gas leaks that may occur.

Learn How to Respond in the Event of a Gas Leak

Even with the completion of smart preventative tasks, you must stay diligent in detecting and responding to natural gas leaks. If you even think you can smell or hear natural gas leaking, evacuate the premises immediately and call for help from your local fire department. For assistance preventing gas leaks and maintaining the integrity of your system, schedule a free estimate with Green’s Plumbing by calling (818) 880-8847.

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