Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling and Heating is your leading natural gas piping source in Dallas, Texas
The gas line in your home needs to be both reliable and safe, providing adequate power to all fuel-based appliances. So, whether you need to install a new line or restore your current line, we can help. At Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling and Heating, we offer complete gas line services in Dallas, Texas. Count on us for gas line installation and repair and full line upgrades.
Our certified technicians have the training and tools necessary to complete complex gas line jobs. We can ensure that all installations meet residential building codes and your household specifications. Contact us today for an in-home assessment and get an estimate on gas line installation or repair.
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Your home is unique. As such, it has specifications for powering your appliances. Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating offers a comprehensive package of customizable gas line services to meet your home needs.
Installing a gas line has little margin for error, even if it is considered a straightforward plumbing and electrical project. For this reason, we take great care in ensuring that your new line is installed safely, adhering to industry standards and local building codes.
A damaged gas line that is dangerous and presenting a high risk of explosion, fire, or poisoning. If you notice a damaged gas line, contact us right away. We can inspect the line to identify any leaks, or damage and fix the problem right away, keeping your family safe from harm.
A worn-out gas line can increase your utility bills because the gas can leak from the cracked pipe walls and loose pipe fittings even if you have your valves shut off. Now is the time for gas repiping. We can upgrade your gas line to meet current building standards.
Your utility company includes additives in your natural gas supply that make it smell like rotten eggs. Since natural gas has no odor, it gives no warning when a leak occurs. By adding the odor, you know there is a leak and can respond accordingly by getting out of the house and calling Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating.
Our team offers emergency gas line repair services to help you fix your gas line before an explosion or fire occurs. If you smell gas or see a damaged line, open the windows and doors and get your family out of the house quickly. Afterward, contact us. We’ll send out a technician to your house right away. Your safety is our primary concern.
When choosing a company to install or repair your underground piping, don’t settle for less than the most qualified local plumbing company. Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating offers professional gas line installation and repair in Dallas, Texas. Contact us today for an in-home assessment and get an estimate.
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Under most circumstances, it’s obvious when a gas line breaks. You might hear a hissing noise or observe bubbling coming from the gas line. There will also be a very foul smell, similar to rotten eggs. If you hit a large gas line, you might even see the cement or pavement split and move. All of the signs above tell you that it’s time to call an emergency plumber.
Breaking a gas line has serious consequences and could put you and your household in danger. You should stop what you’re doing and leave your home. Open the windows and, whatever you do, do not use any electrical devices. If there’s a small spark, it could lead to combustion. After a gas line break, your home isn’t safe. You should work with a professional to test for the leak and repair the line.
Your gas line should last for 50 to 60 years. While this might seem like a long time, you could live in an older home. Unless you’re certain that the previous owner recently replaced the gas pipes, you could have deteriorating pipes. The best way to find out about the status of your gas pipes is to consult with a plumber.
They can inspect your pipes and tell you whether or not you need to replace them. Although people often prefer to take the wait-and-see approach, you should never do this with your gas line. If you develop a breakage in the line, your health and home are on the line. You should take whatever methods necessary to replace your gas pipes long before they ever break.
There are a few obvious signs that you have a leaking gas line. First, you might notice a foul smell. Many people like the smell of natural gas to rotten eggs or sulfur. If you can’t pinpoint the smell’s source or suspect it’s coming from your gas line, you should call a plumber immediately. There could be a leak somewhere in your line.
Another sign of a leaking gas line is bubbling or hissing. If the gas line is visible, you might see the area bubbling around it. Similarly, you may also hear a strange sound. Once again, don’t hesitate. You should open the windows in your home, leave home, and call an emergency plumber. They have the appropriate tools to test and repair a gas leak.