Gas Line Service

Gas Line Service RenoNatural gas is a clean and efficient fuel source that more than half of the homeowners in America use for heating and cooking. For the most part, natural gas lines and appliances are safe for your home, but if you have any problems with your gas line, it can lead to extremely dangerous situations.

Straight Up! Plumbing knows that even the smallest leaks from your gas line can lead to explosions, or to carbon monoxide poisoning, which can be fatal. Our Reno gas line technicians know how serious the risks and dangers of any problems with your gas lines are, so we take any repairs or other services for your gas line extremely seriously.

We’ll do everything we can to make sure that you and your family are as safe as possible, and that your gas line and gas-powered appliances are functioning as well as possible.

Reno Gas Leak Signs

A “rotten egg” smell is commonly put into natural gas to alert you of any leaks. If you believe you’re smelling what may be a gas leak, here are the next steps you should take before calling a professional Reno gas line repair specialist:

  • Do not use your cell phone until you’re a safe distance from your home.
  • Shut all gas valves off.
  • Do not attempt to locate the leak.
  • Do not turn any electrical appliances on or off.
  • Do not smoke or use any open flames.
  • Get a safe distance from the house, then call 911 and the utility company.
  • If a natural gas line is damaged while you’re digging outside, do not attempt to repair it yourself. Call your utility company immediately.

Reno Gas Line Inspections and Preventative Maintenance

Our professional Reno gas line repair specialists can help easily prevent gas leaks in your home. We’ll make sure that there are no problems with an annual inspection of your flexible gas lines, and we’ll make sure that all gas lines are properly installed.

We also recommend that you have all gas lines and gas-powered appliances inspected at least once a year. This will help you determine whether or not you need repairs to keep your home safe and your gas line running efficiently.