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Gas Line Services in Ashburn, VA
A massive number of different home appliances used across the country rely on natural gas. Most furnaces, ovens, stoves, and even many fireplaces combust natural gas in order to generate heat. It’s no wonder that these appliances have become so popular, considering how efficient natural gas is as a fuel source. It’s cheap, plentiful, and puts out a high amount of heat relative to the amount consumed. However, in order for those appliances to work they need constant access to a stream of natural gas. That means that you need a gas line from the nearest city gas main to your home if you want to use natural gas appliances. AllTech Services, Inc. offers a full range of gas line services throughout Ashburn, VA. Call today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts.
Call Us for Gas Line Installation Services
As mentioned above, you need a gas line running from the city’s gas main to your home if you want to use natural gas appliances. Many homes are already outfitted for them, but some that could be still aren’t. If you want to have a gas line installed in your home, you absolutely need a professional to do it for you. Working with natural gas without professional training and equipment is incredibly dangerous, so much so that most cities will not allow working with natural gas without proper certification. So, if you need a gas line installed in your home or outdoor living space for tiki torches, grills or fire pits, give us a call and we’ll take care of it for you.
When to Call for Gas Line Repair
There are a couple of different signs that you need to call for gas line repair services. First, you need to be aware of the signs that you have a gas leak. Natural gas is odorless and invisible, normally, but most cities introduce particles called mercaptans into it. These mercaptans make the gas give off a sulfurous smell, similar to rotten eggs. If you spontaneously start smelling sulfur, you should get out of the house and call emergency services.
You should also be aware of the signs that you have a blockage in your gas line. This is not quite as obvious as if you have a gas leak, but if you look closely you can still tell pretty easily. A blockage in the gas line will deprive the appliances in your home of the gas they need in order to keep functioning properly. So, if you have multiple gas appliances that just can’t seem to light, it may be that you have a blockage somewhere in the gas line. Of course, this could just as easily be a problem with the individual system, as when a furnace has its pilot light blow out. If you have multiple systems suffering the same problem, though, it’s a pretty good sign that the issue is located in the gas line itself.
If you have reason to believe that your gas line is in need of repairs of any kind, call AllTech Services, Inc. today. We offer a full range of gas line repair services throughout Ashburn, VA.