Keep your Boise residence safe with expert gas line repair and replacement!
Need to hook up a new gas-powered outdoor grill or other appliance? Do you suspect there may be an issue with your main gas pipe? Call Magic Electric, Plumbing, Heating + Air for dependable gas line repair and installation services in Boise, ID.
With years of local experience, our trustworthy gas fitters can install your new gas line or provide the repairs you need. Working with us is easy too—we provide upfront pricing and hassle-free scheduling for your convenience!
Suspect a gas leak in your home? Call for expert gas leak detection!
Local Gas Fitters Providing Gas Line Installation
Are you planning to install a new outdoor kitchen and need BBQ gas line installation? If so, it’s important to work with a licensed gas fitter to ensure the work is done properly and to code.
Our licensed gas fitters in Boise can assist with any gas appliance hookup, from natural gas stoves to BBQs, dryers, gas-powered water heaters, and everything in between.
- Water Heaters
- Gas Range Stove
- Gas Barbecue
- Gas Fireplace
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Common Signs You May Need Gas Line Repair or Replacement
The best way to protect you and your family from the hazards of a gas leak is to know what signs to look for.
Perhaps one of the most obvious signs that your home is the victim of a gas leak is the smell. Utility companies inject a substance called mercaptan, which emits an odor that smells like sulfur or rotten eggs to alert residents that a leak is present. If you smell this odor, evacuate the home right away and give us a call.
Unless your household has made significant changes, your gas bill should relatively stay in the same bracket every month. If you notice an unexplainable spike in your bill, you may have a leak that requires professional gas pipe repair.
When you are exposed to toxic fumes, your body usually knows something is off before you do. The “random” onset of symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, and lightheadedness usually indicates that you’ve inhaled toxic air and can be the result of a leak.
If you water your plants regularly and have them placed in the perfect location for sunlight exposure and they still look limp, there may be a leak that will require gas line repair.
If you have gas-powered appliances in your home, you should know that they should always generate a blue-colored flame. If your flames are yellow or orange, cease power immediately and call your gas company.