Commercial Gas Leak Detection

Gas Leak Detection

Regardless of Where Gas Leaks Occur, We Can Locate and Quickly Fix Them.

Gas leaks can prove especially scary to deal with. EW Plumbing offers a solution to gas leaks through its expert commercial gas leak detection services. As the first step toward gas leak repair, we can locate the precise location of the leak, whether it occurs near your meter, in a line itself, or at a piece of gas-powered equipment. This service helps assure the safety of your business, as untreated gas leaks can have catastrophic consequences.

When it comes to serious matters like gas leaks, EW Plumbing only sends expert technicians with broad experience in detection and repair. We have the latest tools and equipment to quickly and reliably locate a gas leak anywhere it may occur. For commercial gas leak detection in the Kansas City Metro Area, you can always trust our team. Call us today at 913-768-8500 should you need to schedule service.

Signs You Need Gas Leak Detection

Gas Leak Detection

Our Intimate Knowledge of Commercial Plumbing Systems Allows Us to Locate Leaks Quickly.

Of course, before we can come detect your gas leak, you need to first notice the symptoms yourself. Since gas leaks present such a serious problem, familiarize yourself with these signs. At the first sign of their appearance, give us a call for service.

Unexplained Hissing: Should you ever notice an unexplained hissing or whistling sound, then a gas leak could prove a likely culprit. Audible gas leaks are actually quite serious and require immediate service.

Rotten Egg Smell: Though intrinsically odorless, natural gas has chemical additives that create the distinctive rotten egg smell. Gas providers perform this inclusion for one purpose: to help alert people to the presence of a gas leak. If you notice this smell around your industrial or commercial property, do not simply ignore it. Though the possibility for other sources does exist, you at least need to rule out the presence of a dangerous leak.

Dead Vegetation: If you’ve noticed odd patches of dead grass or vegetation around your property, then you may have an underground gas leak. Just as natural gas will sicken people, it will also negatively impact and kill plants. Though seemingly protected underground, severe weather changes or shifting soil can damage gas lines and cause them to leak.

We Offer a Fast Response

At EW Plumbing, we take calls for gas leaks seriously. Our friendly technicians respond rapidly to service calls and render impeccable commercial gas leak detection for the Kansas City Metro Area. To learn more or schedule service, call us today at 913-768-8500.