Natural gas is used in many homes nationwide for heating and cooking. It’s found in the ground, often in conjunction with petroleum. It consists of methane and trace amounts of gases like carbon dioxide, propane, ethane, and butane. It’s a flammable gas, but it’s very safe and convenient when used appropriately in homes.
Popular for its efficiency and affordability, natural gas is generally seen as a superior fuel source for residential heating and cooking. It can be used to power many heating and cooking appliances, including the following:
Cooktops, ovens, ranges, and grills
Furnaces, fireplaces, and boilers
Swimming pools and hot tubs
There are many benefits to using natural gas over other fuel sources, but the most common reasons people turn to natural gas are below:
Less expensive than other fuel sources
Burns cleaner than other fuels
Reliable and efficient fuel source
Although natural gas has many benefits, it can be hazardous if your gas line is compromised. Ensure your home and family are safe by keeping an eye out for these signs of a failing gas line:
You Smell an odor like rotten eggs
The grass is dying where your gas line runs
Gas-powered appliances aren’t working as they should
Your gas bill is inexplicitly higher
If you suspect you have a gas leak, leave your home and call 911 and your gas company immediately. If you need a gas line repair, our experienced and qualified team is here to help ensure your family’s comfort and safety.
With over 25 years of industry experience, Len the Plumber is here for all your gas line installation, replacement, and repair needs. We understand that you need immediate assistance if there’s a problem with your gas. That’s why we offer same-day service, seven days a week, and 24/7 emergency gas plumbing repair for no extra charge. When you trust us with your plumbing needs, you can expect a local team with fully stocked trucks and upfront estimates. We promise zero surprises!
If you think your gas line is failing, don’t wait to contact the professionals at Len the Plumber.