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Edmonton Gas Line Repair

From your stove and furnace to your water heater and clothes dryer, your gas line fuels a lot of necessities in your Edmonton home—keeping your living space comfortable, warm and dry. It’s also an efficient fuel source that can save you a significant amount of money over electrical alternatives. But, like anything else in life, it won't last forever without professional Edmonton gas line repair services.

As convenient and effective as your fuel line is, it can become unsafe if it’s not maintained properly and compromise your home’s energy efficiency. Whether your lines have suffered damage from wear and tear over time, were damaged by external forces, or were not installed correctly to begin with, our plumbers have the skill and experience to take care of Edmonton gas line repair quickly and correctly.

If your damaged or aging system needs Edmonton gas line repair services, call the team of knowledgeable Edmonton plumbers at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Edmonton. We offer the exact same level of excellent service for fuel pipe repair as we do for a wide array of other expert plumbing services. You can depend on our highly trained team to adhere to the highest standards of quality workmanship and customer service.

Warning Signs You Need Edmonton Gas Line Repair Services

When gas lines in your home have an issue, it’s usually in the form of a leak. Unfortunately this isn’t something which you can take your time with, you’ll need to get a professional there right away. Here are some of the most typical gas leak symptoms to be aware of and alert for in your home.

Sealing Materials

As gas lines age, the pipes themselves generally remain quite robust, however the joints between lengths of pipes can start to leak over time. This has a number of undesirable effects: It wastes fuel, can sicken people and pets in the house, and of course natural gas is flammable and explosive. It’s important to inspect the line for any signs of cracks or holes — or even just places that look like they are deteriorating and may crack in the near future.

Hissing Noises

Sometimes those tiny cracks or holes can be really difficult—or nearly impossible—to spot just by looking at the line. But, there is an audible clue that makes it a bit easier: hissing noises from appliances or the line itself. If you hear hissing that sounds like air escaping from a very small hole, that’s a big sign your system needs gas leak repair services. You should shut-off the valve immediately and call a plumber to investigate.

Rotten Egg Smell

The scent of sulfur or rotten eggs is another sign that something isn’t right, though that smell does not always indicate a problem with the line itself. If you smell a sulfur odour but don't hear hissing or see any cracks, open windows and check your appliances. For example, the oven or stove could have accidentally been left on after cooking. If that’s all it is, shut off the appliance and let the house air out a bit. But, if you can't find anything unusual happening with your appliances and the smell persists, shut-off your gas valve right away and call a service professional.

Our natural gas is odorized with a chemical called mercaptan, because natural gas is odorless without it. Mercaptan smells like rotten eggs and is hard to miss because we aren’t used to that smell being around.

Rust or Corrosion

Fuel lines are often made of metal piping, and while metal is incredibly durable and long-lasting, it does suffer from rust and other types of corrosion over time. Rust eats away at the metal, thinning it to the point where it eventually creates a leak and you need repairs. The rate of corrosion is directly tied to the environment the pipes are in. If they are moist they’ll corrode much faster than if they are dry. If you notice signs of rust and corrosion on your gas piping, it’s best to get it checked out sooner rather than later—before it causes a major issue.

Malfunctioning Appliances

Is your water heater suddenly struggling to produce hot water, you can't seem to get your stove up to the right temperature, or your heating and cooling system isn't working well? It could be that a leak is preventing your gas appliances from getting sufficient fuel to function properly and at full power, or maybe the size of the gas line is wrong. Of course, it could also be that the appliance itself is malfunctioning because of a reason unrelated to fuel supply. But if you notice problems with multiple gas-fueled appliances, such as fireplaces, that are not working very well, then you may need an appointment for gas line repairs.

We Are the Best Choice for Edmonton Gas Line Repair Services

When you call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Edmonton, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best service quality from experienced local plumbers who can find innovative, long-lasting solutions for maintenance, gas line repairs, and other Edmonton plumbing repairs. Our highly trained team of service experts is experienced at working with fuel lines, and we know how to complete your gas line repairs efficiently and safely while adhering to all Edmonton and Alberta building codes.

Workmanship & Parts Guaranteed

The only thing worse than dealing with a repair is paying to have it done, only to discover shortly after that it wasn’t done correctly, or used a shoddy part. We only hire the best Edmonton plumbers for our team, and we’re 100% confident they will get the job done right the first time with high-quality parts. That’s why we back our team with a guarantee on all workmanship and parts. You can have total peace of mind knowing we’ll get your home back to a safe, comfortable condition, and that you won't have to waste any more time, money, or stress.

24/7 Emergency Service

When you have a problem that needs gas line repair, getting professional help right away is a matter of safety for your family—but what if you notice the issue after hours, or during a holiday long weekend? Your Edmonton home could require gas line repair at any time of the day or night, which is why our emergency crew is available 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Just give us a call and we’ll have a service technician at your door as soon as possible, so you can breathe a sigh of relief and get back to your life without worrying.

Frequently Asked Questions About Edmonton Gas Line Repair

Are you interested in finding out more about our expert Edmonton gas line repair services, or have questions about other types of related work? No problem! Give us a call to chat with our friendly customer service staff and get all your questions answered quickly and easily, or check out our answers to common questions below.

Why is My Gas Line Leaking?

There are a number of reasons why your fuel line may be experiencing a leak, but we won't be able to pinpoint the problem until our team has had a chance to investigate in person and diagnose what exactly is going on. Common causes of leaks include:

  • Wear and tear over time to an aging pipe

  • Rusted, corroded pipes

  • Weakened or broken seals at the point where the gas pipe hooks into an appliance

  • Inexperienced gas line installation that was not handled correctly in the first place

Are Gas Leaks Dangerous?

Gas leaks can pose a serious risk to you and your family. Natural gas is flammable and explosive in the right concentrations so fixing leaks can’t wait. While a faint smell of rotten eggs doesn’t require a 911 call, you should be calling out a plumber asap. If the smell is strong we recommend opening your windows and leaving the house until a plumber / gasfitter can investigate. You can even call your utility provider in the case of a gas leak and they will investigate, although they often won’t do the repairs.

Do Plumbers Work on Gas Lines?

Yes, we do. In Alberta most plumbers are also gasfitters by trade, so we’ve got you covered!.

Is it Okay to Fix a Leaking Gas Pipe With Duct Tape?

Absolutely not! Please do not do this. It will not last long, and a leak can have serious consequences for your health and your property’s safety. Even as a temporary measure until a local plumber can get there, duct tape is not the best option. If you know you have a leak, the valve that controls gas flow into your home should be shut-off immediately, and you should open windows to ventilate the house. Then, call a professional for repair.

Do I Need Gas Line Repairs, or Replacement?

We hear this question fairly often, and in our professional experience, it really depends on the nature of damage and the pipes’ age. If the damage is localized in one small area, gas line repairs will likely be sufficient to get it back in a safe, fully functioning condition. But if a large amount of the line has suffered damage, or the line is more than 50-years-old, replacement is often more practical, effective, and long-lasting than repairs—and more financially effective as well.

How Much Does it Cost for Gas Line Repair in Edmonton?

It’s completely understandable that you want to know right away how much gas line repair will cost, but there are too many influencing factors to give you a solid estimate before we’ve had the opportunity to inspect the line in-person. Once we’ve been out to your house and had a look at the situation, we can offer you an affordable, upfront rate so you’ll know exactly how much it will cost before we begin the work.

Do You Need Edmonton Gas Line Repair? Call the Pros at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Edmonton!

Whether you’re in St. Albert, Sherwood Park, or another part of the Edmonton area, you can rely on the experienced service professionals at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Edmonton for expert gas line repair and other services.

Pick up the phone today and call us at 780-429-3600 to schedule an appointment for gas line repair service, or to chat with our knowledgeable office staff about our Edmonton drain cleaning service and our other popular plumbing services in Edmonton..

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