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Recognizing a Gas Leak

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You can detect leaking natural gas in a number of ways. 

  • Smell: The distinctive odor that makes natural gas detectable, such as “rotten egg” odor.
  • Sound: Listen for a hissing or whistling sound near a gas appliance or a roaring sound near a pipeline.
  • Sight: Watch for a dense fog, blowing dirt, a bubbling creek or pond, dry spots in moist areas or dead vegetation near a gas line.

If you suspect a gas leak in or around your home, stay calm and be safe. Call your gas company for a leak inspection.  Once your gas has been turned off for safety reasons, give us a call so we can locate the source of the leak and get the hot water flowing again.

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