Gas Leak

Gas Leak Smell and Gas Leak Safety

What Does a Gas Leak Smell Like? How to Respond!

The Odor: Enhancing Safety Measures, Enabling the Timely Detection The characteristic smell associated with gas leaks is primarily due to the presence of a chemical compound called mercaptan. This sulfur-containing compound is added to natural gas in minute quantities, typically less than one percent, to impart a noticeable odor resembling the scent of rotten eggs […]

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Natural Gas Line Services: Ensuring Safe and Reliable Energy Supply

Count on the Expertise of a Dedicated Big B’s Plumbing Natural Gas Line Technician¬† Regarding providing gas for our homes, two distinct options exist: propane and natural gas. The choice between these fuels often hinges on your location and individual requirements. Propane tends to be prevalent in rural areas where natural gas infrastructure may not […]

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Emergency Plumbing Services

Emergency Plumbing Services: When to Call and When to Wait

Plumbing Situations that Requires Immediate Attention Specific plumbing emergencies, such as a home flooded due to a water leak, demand immediate attention and cannot be delayed. Whether the water source is a slab leak, a ruptured pipe in the laundry area, or a damaged wall pipe, these plumbing issues necessitate swift resolution. Standing water poses […]

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Plumbing Emergency

How To Define A Plumbing Emergency

I think most of us will admit that Americans are a little impatient. When something breaks, we want it fixed now. For example, if our water heater broke down and it was no longer producing hot water, some people might consider that a plumbing emergency. Others wouldn’t have a second thought about waiting until the next day […]

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Natural Gas Leaks – Look, Listen, And Smell

Most homeowners don’t know that the natural gas that comes into our homes is our responsibility. Your gas company is responsible for the gas until it hits the meter. From that point on, it’s up to the homeowner, property manager, or tenant to maintain their natural gas. It also includes all pipes leading to the […]

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