5 Warning Signs Your Gas Lines Need Restoration and Repairs

We all know the smell of cooked eggs is the sign of a lazy Sunday morning breakfast. But what about the smell of rotten eggs?

If you can smell something off, there might be a problem with your gas lines. But replacing your gas line can be a costly and time-consuming exercise.

Gas line repairs and pipeline restoration are great options to save money and time. But you need to know when to act before it’s too late. 

Learn more about the warning signs of a corroded pipeline and find out the best approach to getting it fixed. 

Hissing or Whistling Noises

Listen to your gas lines. If you hear a faint whistling or hissing noise, you have a leak. Even if you can’t see a crack or any sign of damage, you need to take care of the problem as soon as possible.

If left too long, gas will enter your home. If you hear this sound, shut off the gas line and make a call to your local repair service. 

High Gas Bills 

Have you noticed your utility bills skyrocket out of nowhere? 

This is another warning sign that your gas line has a leak. Now that you’re using more gas than ever before, your family’s health is at risk and so is your wallet.

Save money and protect your family by making sure you get your gas line repaired fast.

Corroded Gas Lines  

Corrosion is one of the major causes of gas pipe leaks and is more likely to occur in older gas lines. Corrosion happens when there is too much moisture on a metal surface. Over time, the metal will rust and cause long-term damage, including dangerous gas leaks. 

If it’s too late to avoid corrosion, consider calling up an expert to offer the best solution to your problem. 

Dying Plants

If you notice your indoor plants dying fast for no apparent reason, you may have a gas leak.

Even if you can’t detect an odor, plants are very sensitive to gas in the air. The exposure to gas will suffocate their oxygen supply and they will begin to wither. 

Rotten Egg Smell 

That rotten egg smell isn’t coming from the carton of eggs in your fridge. It’s more likely an issue with your gas lines.

Natural gas is actually odorless and hard to detect. That’s why gas companies inject a chemical called mercaptan to help you detect a gas leak.

And if you do smell rotten eggs, call out a repairman to take a look at your gas lines.

Gas Leak Repair and Restoration 

Avoid the costly and time-consuming chore of replacing your gas line. Let the experts repair your gas leaks today.

At RAK Industrial Services, we offer a 24-hour emergency service to repair your gas lines. This will help you avoid any further damage and costly system shutdowns.

Our friendly and experienced staff work to provide cost-effective repair solutions to help you save money and time.

Don’t let old gas lines create a catastrophic disaster. Contact us today and let us know how we can help you. 

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