Houston Gas Lines
Gas Line Inspections, Repair, & Installation
Gas Line Repair is an urgent task that must be done immediately. If your gas line is leaking, it can be hazardous for yourself, your family, and even your neighbors. A certified plumber can detect gas leaks and fix them.
How to tell if you have a gas leak in your Houston home?
Although natural gas that homeowners use to power furnaces, appliances, and more has no natural smell, chemicals are added to the gas so that it’s easier for homeowners to tell when there is a leak. If you smell gas in your home, immediately vacate the house, call 911, and call Katy Plumbing Service.
Our certified plumbers can detect minute gas leaks, help you with city and state permits and coding, and install or repair gas monitors.
Call (832) 225-8086 today to have a free consultation with a certified plumber about your gas line service needs.
Where are your natural gas lines?
Most natural gas lines on a property connect from the gas meter of the home to the appliances of your home, and to extra buildings that use natural gas, such as a pool, spa, or BBQ pit.
Who handles gas lines?
Qualified profesionals such as plumbers and heating contractors are certified to inspect gas lines, install them, and repair them when these lines become damaged.
What are gas lines made of?
There are different kinds of pipes that carry natural gas, and each are used for a different purpose. Flowlines connect the gas from the producing field to a storage facility. Gathering lines collect the gas from multiple flowlines to a processing facility. Transmission piplines carry the gas over long distances. Distribution lines connect to different gas meters, and service pipelines carry the natural gas from the distribution lines to individual customers.
Each of these pipelines are federally regulated and must handle gas at various pressures and flow rates.
These pipelines might fail or break because of a failure at the seam, the material breaks, corrosion, or poor welding and soldering. Read more about gas pipelines here.
Gas service pipines can be made from plastic, steel, or typical. These pipes are buried undeground and are usually less than 2 inches in diameter, making them one of the most narrow pipes on most home and business properties.
Call Katy Plumbing Service to talk with a trained professional about your gas line issue. Whether you need an inspection, repair, or installtion, our gas line experts will deliver the results you’re looking for. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call (832) 225-8086 today!