Towanda Plumbing, Gas Line & Water Filtration Services
Towanda has a history of devastating fires that date back to the early 1900s. Don’t repeat history. Call 309-516-0123 right away, and we’ll inspect you’re your gas lines.
Dangers of Gas Leaks
Gas is odorless and colorless, however sulfur is added to it to make it easier to detect. Although they are dangerous for a number of reasons, here are the most common causes for concern:
They can cause respiratory problems. Too much exposure can actually cause incapacitation.
Natural gas is flammable, so any sort of spark could cause a fire or explosion.
What Are Signs of a Gas Leak?
If you smell sulfur (or a rotten egg odor) in the house, it’s almost certain that there is a gas leak. The smell is a trigger that everyone in the house should be familiar with. Here are a few other signs to watch out for:
Dead plant life near the gas line
Hissing noise close to a pipeline or gas appliance
Excess bubbles in ponds near your home
A fire, if the leak has already ignited
Any of these signs are a red flag, and if you notice them call our licensed professionals for an inspection so that we can repair the problem immediately.