Natural Gas Pipe Repairs & Installation

 Natural Gas Repairs in Woodstock, GA

Natural gas lines in your home need to be inspected and maintained on a regular basis to prevent any issues or gas leaks. Some sources of natural gas lines in the home are ovens, stoves, water heaters, dryers, and more. If it has been a while since your last gas line inspection or you suspect you have a gas leak, reach out to Towne Plumber today. Our knowledgeable technicians can thoroughly inspect your gas lines and make necessary repairs if needed to keep your families peace of mind.

Suspect You Have a Gas Leak?

If you suspect you have a natural gas leak, it is important to get the issue resolved quickly. Some signs of a potential gas leak include:

*Smell of rotten eggs:  If you smell rotten eggs, this could be a potential sign of a gas leak. The stronger the smell is, the more likely it is that you have a gas leak.  Gas companies add odorants to the gas to create this Sulphur smell to be able to identify a potential leak in your natural gas line.

*Hissing Sounds: Gas leaks in pipes or appliances often produce a hissing noise, even if it is turned off. 

*Air bubbles outside: Underground leaks can also occur. If you notice bubbles in standing water, it may be a sign of natural gas escaping.

*Plants dying: If you take proper care of your plants and are noticing dead or dying plants around your home, this can also be a potential sign of a natural gas leak. Natural gas prevent plants from absorbing oxygen and can kill vegetation around a gas leak.

*Higher than normal gas bill: An increase in your natural gas utility bill could indicate you have a gas leak. 


If you notice any of these signs, clear the home immediately and call 911. You should also call your natural gas provider to turn off the meter until the problem is assessed and repaired properly. Call Towne Plumber today at 770-257-7503.

Gas Line Installations

Let Towne Plumber install your new gas appliance, water heater, or extend/ relocate your existing gas lines. Our service technicians are licensed and insured. You can rest easy knowing every job is done properly and to code every time. 


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