Natural Gas Plumbers in Santa Maria
Gas Plumbing Experts with 30+ Years of Experience
Many appliances in the home, such as stoves, hot water heaters, furnaces, and dryers, use natural gas to operate. While these appliances are highly efficient and safe to use, they depend on properly installed and well maintained gas lines. Gas lines that are incorrectly installed, or lines that have become damaged due to age or environmental factors, can pose a serious risk to you and your family.
In the event that your gas lines need attention, Jack's All-American Plumbing is ready to help you. With more than three decades of experience, our Santa Maria gas plumbers are well-versed in the techniques and safety precautions required for working with gas lines. When you let our team install or repair your gas line, you can rest easy knowing that the work will be done correctly the first time.
To request a gas plumbing service in Santa Maria, call (805) 367-5027 today!
Gas Line Installation in Santa Maria
Gas plumbers are specially trained in the safe installation of gas lines, which supply homes with a continuous fuel source for heating appliances. Whether you need a brand new gas line routed to your all-electric home or you need to extend an existing gas line to accommodate a new outdoor grill, we can help. Remodeling your home? We'll work closely with you to plan out where you'd like your gas appliances to go and make sure we can safely run lines to supply them.
Call today for gas line installation if you're adding any of the following to your home:
- Gas dryer
- Gas water heater
- Gas furnace
- Gas range
- Gas stove
- Gas fireplace
- Gas fire pit
- Gas barbeque
"5 Star Service"Professional, thorough, efficient, and reasonable when replacing a leaking water heater.- Former Customer
"Great Service!"Jacks, I want you, and Chris, to know that I am very happy with his work today! He is very professional, knowledgeable, and efficient. Took care of all my problems.- Dan B.
"Here in Less Than an Hour"Their technician, Corbin, was here in less than an hour, diagnosed and repaired the leak at a very reasonable price.- T Smith
"Family of Integrity"After less than two weeks they finished and everything was put back together beautifully! The cost of that huge job was also less than we had anticipated. We cannot say enough kudos to Jack's Plumbing.- Lesli H.
"Friendly, Efficient and Professional."The plumber you sent to my house was friendly, efficient and professional. I could not be happier with your service.- W.R.
"Nice & Clean"Your plumber was so nice and clean with everything he did. You've got a wonderful employee. Thank you.- J.S.
"Great Asset to the Community"Thank you so much for the great job you did for us. You guys are a great asset to the community. Thanks again.- A.P
"Prices Were Reasonable"We have had Jack's out to our home twice. The guys were friendly, and explained very clearly what they were doing, offered some preventive maintenance tips, and the prices were reasonable.- Rich S.
Santa Maria Gas Line Repair
Over time, it is possible for natural gas lines to become damaged and start leaking. Leaks are often caused by accidents (such as digging near a gas line and striking the line), natural events like earthquakes, shifting soil, corrosion, or improper installation. Whatever the case, gas line damage should be treated with urgency and repaired as soon as possible to protect your health and safety.
Our gas plumbers in Santa Maria can help troubleshoot these common gas line problems:
- Hot water heater pilot light frequently going out
- Broken or worn-out valves
- Corrosion on the pipelines
- Low natural gas pressure
- Natural gas leaks in or around your home
Signs That Your Gas Line is Leaking
Natural gas, in its normal state, has no odor. The natural gas supplied to your home is scented by the gas company to help protect your family and make it easier to catch leaks before they become health hazards. If you smell a sulfuric ("rotten egg") odor, you probably have a gas leak.
Other signs of a gas leak include:
- A hissing / whistling sound near the gas line
- Air bubbles appearing in standing water outside your home
- Breathing difficulty or dizziness
- Flu-like symptoms or nausea
- Unexplained dead or dying house plants
What to Do If You Suspect a Gas Leak
If you suspect a damaged gas line in your home, it's important to act immediately. The first steps should include clearing the house and calling 9-1-1. Once the issue has been diagnosed by emergency personnel and it is safe to come back inside, contact the Santa Maria gas plumbers at Jack's All American Plumbing. We're available 24/7 to help you with any plumbing emergency life throws your way.
For prompt gas leak repair or new gas line installation in Santa Maria, call (805) 367-5027!