Gas Line Replacements & Gas Line RepairsPittsburgh, PA, Wexford, Glenshaw, Fox Chapel, Mount Lebanon, Gibsonia
Natural gas is a popular energy source because it’s efficient and inexpensive. However, it’s important to remember that repair and replacement work should only be performed by a licensed, experienced contractor. Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing provides gas line repair and replacements for:
- Gas Furnaces
- Water Heaters
- Fire Pits
- Gas Dryers
- Gas Logs
- Gas Stoves
Gas line repair and replacement for problems such as these:
Problems with older gas pipes include erosion and loose connections, as well as malfunctioning gas valve switches. At times, pipes may not be strong enough for their intended use. All of these problems require immediate repair, and should only be performed by a licensed gas line technician.
Gas Line Leaks
You have probably heard a lot about gas line leaks and how dangerous and devastating they can be. If you smell a sulfuric odor like rotten eggs coming from either inside or outside your home, that can be a gas leak. Leave your house immediately-do not use your cell phone until you are far outside-and call your gas utility company. Once they have shut your gas off, you can give Restano a call. We can detect gas line leaks and then perform the necessary repairs to ensure that your gas line is once again safe to use.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless, which makes it impossible to detect. It can be deadly if you are exposed to it, and can cause headaches, vomiting, dizziness, and flu-like symptoms. If you and your family start to show these signs of carbon monoxide exposure, leave your home immediately and call 911.
Let Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing professionally deal with any gas line repairs and replacements you need!
These types of gas line problems can be stopped before they start by having your gas lines regularly inspected by a certified specialist like Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing. Call us today – we provide 24/7 emergency service.