Gas Line Installation & Repair in Maryland, Delaware & Pennsylvania
Natural gas is one of the most convenient and efficient ways to power appliances and systems throughout your home. However, a gas leak is dangerous, so gas lines should only be serviced by professionals.
Service Today Heating, Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electrical has provided quality gas line services to Eastern Shore homeowners since 1952. We’re never closed, so you can always depend on our expert team 24/7 for emergency plumbing repair.
Gas Line Installation & Replacement on the Eastern Shore
If you need a team of professional plumbers to install a new gas line in your home, Service Today is ready to provide same day gas line installation and replacement. We install gas lines for:
Signs You Need Emergency Gas Line Repair
Gas line leaks are serious, so you and your family will need to evacuate your home immediately and call 911 if you notice the following signs you need gas line repairs:
- A rotten egg smell
- Dying indoor plants
- Air bubbles in standing water or mud surrounding your home
- Symptoms like irregular breathing, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and nausea
- Unexplained increases of natural gas use on your utility bill
- Hissing sounds from pipes and appliances
If you’ve noticed any of these signs, leave your home and call 911. Then, call Service Today at 844-844-0314 for same day gas line repair.
Choose Service Today for Quality Gas Line Services
When you need reliable gas line services for your Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania, contact Service Today and we’ll make it right — right now. Our team of highly trained technicians is available 24/7 to provide emergency plumbing repairs and unmatched customer service. We offer upfront pricing and guarantee your 100% satisfaction.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between traditional and flexible gas lines?
Traditional gas lines are made of rigid steel and, unless there’s an accident or natural disaster, will likely outlast the building they’re installed in. They tend to need extra space, so they’re not easily installed in tight corners.
Flexible gas lines or Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST) are best used when installing a new indoor gas line appliance where there’s not enough space to install a traditional gas line. They are safe and effective when properly installed.
What should I do if I have a gas leak?
First, evacuate everyone from your home immediately and call 911. Leave the doors and windows open so gas doesn’t stay trapped in your home.
After your utility company has turned off your gas and declared that your home is safe, call Service Today 24/7 for emergency gas line repairs. We’ll restore safe gas supply to your home.
What causes gas leaks?
Gas leaks are often caused by:
- Weak connections with other pipes
- Rust and corrosion
- Clogged exhaust areas and malfunctioning fans
- Old age
Traditional gas lines can last up to 75 years or more; flexible gas lines last up to 30 years.
We are available 24/7 for emergency service.
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