Hawk Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning is fully licensed, bonded, and insured to provide gas line plumbing in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, and surrounding areas. If you need a gas line installed for a new appliance, a line rerouted for a kitchen remodel, or a damaged pipe replaced, our plumbers are trained and equipped to get the work done quickly and safely.
Gas Line Installation
Homes and commercial properties use gas to fuel a wide range of appliances and equipment. If your home uses gas, you will need a main gas line to bring the gas to the house and smaller gas lines to power each appliance that requires gas. When installing a new gas stove, fireplace, water heater, clothes dryer, or another appliance, a new gas line will need to be installed.
Please call (817) 242-6894 for more information about our gas line plumbing services.
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Gas plumbing, like your water lines and drainpipes, can wear out and leaks can develop in the piping. Any plumbing leak requires attention, but a gas leak is particularly concerning, since it can cause serious injury or property damage, including fires and explosions. It is important to know the signs of a gas leak.
Stay alert for these signs of a possible gas leak:
- A rotten egg odor – Gas has no odor or color, which can make detecting a leak extremely difficult. For this reason, gas companies put an additive into the gas to alert you to a leak. The additive has a sulfur odor that resembles the smell of rotten eggs.
- Hissing noises near a gas line – If you hear a hissing sound coming from a gas line, it is best to turn off the gas and call for repairs.
- Dead vegetation – A leak in an underground gas line or gas line outside the house can kill the grass or plants. If you notice the plants or grass near a gas line are dead, it can be a sign of a leak.
- Physical symptoms – A gas leak can cause physical symptoms such as dizziness, trouble breathing, flu-like symptoms, headaches, nausea, and weakness. If these symptoms come on suddenly and go away when you get away from the house, it could be a gas leak.
Whether you need a gas line installed, repaired, or replaced, gas line plumbing should always be left to a licensed plumber. Working with gas lines can result in serious injury, devastating property damage, or death, if a mistake is made during a repair or installation. Licensed professionals know how to safely handle gas lines and make sure all work is completed according to code.
Do not hesitate to call for service if you have a gas line that needs to be repaired or replaced. A problem with a gas line is a potentially dangerous situation. At Hawk Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning, your safety is our top priority. Whenever possible, we offer same day service for gas line plumbing in Fort Worth and emergency service is available during the day on Saturdays and Sundays.
Give us a call at (817) 242-6894 to request service for gas line installation or repair.