Gas Leak Detection
Natural gas is a colorless, odorless chemical that can be hard to detect. One of the ways to detect a gas leak is the smell of sulfur. You can suffer serious injuries or even death when a gas leak goes unattended. Many gas leaks in your home will be small but can continue leaking indoors and be inhaled by you or your loved ones.
Signs of a Gas Leak
Common Causes of a Gas Leak
Utah Leak Detection has multiple different methods for testing gas leaks. We can use cameras, gas detectors, detection probes, soap solutions, and even our noses!
After testing and detecting a leak, we will immediately shut off the gas supply and work to fix the leak in your home or business. Our technicians will give you all available options for repair, all at a competitive price.
Once the leak is detected and our tech has your approved repair option, our technicians will work promptly to fix the leak in your home. Our technicians will ensure we have permits required by the city and follow all rules and regulations.
Our team of professionals will replace your gas pipe from beginning to end. Whether you need a section replaced or an entirely new line, you will always be in the loop and know what to expect when we start and have completed your gas leak replacement.
Gas Leak Exposure
If you are experiencing any of these signs or symptoms unusual to your day-to-day life and think you have a gas leak, it is important to leave the building immediately and call for medical help. Whatever you do, do not light anything in the home like a match. Do not stay inside a home that you think has exposed you to a gas leak.
Once safe, call Utah Leak Detection for any gas leak needs. We are happy to answer any questions and can help find a plan for you to check your home before a gas leak starts!