Gas Plumbing – Gas Line Service and Repair
It’s very important that you leave your home and call 911 if you smell natural gas (odor is similar to sulfur or rotten egg).
Once away from your home, contact your natural gas service provider. They’ll send someone to your home to shut off the gas supply. Natural gas can ignite when it collects in a confined space. It only takes a small spark to create an explosion!
Qualified and Licensed Plumbers Required
You do not want to hire just any plumber to fix a gas line that has a leak. This type of service must be performed by qualified licensed plumbers. Literally, your life depends on the quality of their work. All Berkeys plumbers are licensed by the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. This means they have passed rigorous training and testing requirements.
Schedule your appointment with us to locate and solve gas piping problems, including:
- Gas Leak Testing
Berkeys licensed plumbers can test the entire gas system (yard and house). In many new homes, plumbers can take the gas line apart at the house and pressure test the home for gas leaks.
- Gas Leak Detection
Berkeys plumbers use a variety of methods to detect gas leaks. Once a leak is detected, your plumber will recommend the optimal repair.
- Gas Leak Repair
A city permit is likely required for repair work. Berkeys will manage all permitting for you. This process ensures your safety and that of your neighbors. After our work is complete, the city inspector and the gas company will check our work. It is important to note, that if a permit is required, your city may require that the entire gas system be brought up to current code standards. Berkeys can perform the necessary work to ensure your system meets these standards.
From your home’s garbage disposal installation to the safety of your family you can count count on Berkeys Air Conditioning, Plumbing, and Electrical.
Prevention is the Best Policy
Berkeys offers an annual plumbing membership for $99/year. Plumbers performing the tune-up and plumbing inspections will look for everything from dripping kitchen and bathroom faucets to underground leaks that can cause your home’s foundation to shift or crack.