A suspected gas leak in your Gilbert, AZ home is an emergency, and service professionals including a local Gilbert plumber will need to fix the gas leak quickly. Your utility company will deal with the issue and hire a local Gilbert plumber as well as civil maintenance professionals to fix the leak in your home, but you must evacuate your home as quickly as possible.

If you see dead vegetation near a pipeline area outside your home, that is a sign that the pipeline is leaking and will need to be repaired by your utility company and a Gilbert plumber. Hissing or a whistling sound near a pipeline is another sign that there might be a leak. You should leave your home immediately and then call your local utility company as soon as possible. From there they will bring in their own service professionals and a local Gilbert plumber to fix the leak.

Natural gas has mercaptan added to it, which is a rotten egg smell, so if you notice the smell of rotten eggs inside your home you should never light a match anything that might emit a spark or flame, or turn your gas stove on. Electrical devices should be left alone and not turned on or off. Engines should not be started, and the pipe should never be attempted to be serviced by yourself. The home should be evacuated and your utility company should be called. You can go back home only when the issue has been fixed and your utility company has given you the go ahead.

There are many areas of your home that may use natural gas such as the stove, fireplace, water heater, and other areas. In cases that are not an emergency, an inspection by a Gilbert plumber can help you determine if these areas are properly installed, and a Gilbert plumber can let you know about problems to look out for. A local Gilbert plumber can also be called to help you determine whether or not your home is susceptible to a gas leak, and a Gilbert plumber can also check your plumbing for leaks and problems.