When it comes to testing gas systems, they must maintain 10psi for 15 minutes to pass a safety inspection. If the gas system fails, our technician will perform a leak detection procedure. Once we detect where the leak or leaks are, we will propose safe and effective solutions to eliminate these hazardous conditions from your home.

    Household Gas Testing

    When was the last time you had your gas system tested? Have you noticed the smell of gas in or around your home? It might smell like sulfur or rotten eggs. Shockingly enough, about 25% of the homes that we test do not pass our gas safety test! Luckily, simple repairs are enough to stop most leaks. Common sources of household gas leakage include old shut-off valves or previous contractors using thread protectors for couplings. These thread protectors were not designed to create a seal in a gas system and can result in gas leakage. If you have a gas system leak, it’s important to inspect and repair it without delay.

    Household Gas System Leak Detection

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