Gas Line Repair, Replacement & Installation Colorado Springs
A large number of Pikes Peak Region homes and businesses utilize natural gas (NG) or liquid propane gas (LPG) for activities like heating, cooking, recreational use, and more. The vast majority of the time, NG & LPG is an efficient, safe way to fuel your home or business
Unfortunately, any issues with your natural gas line or the appliances that connect to it can cause a dangerous situation within your home or business. In fact, even a small leak can cause an explosion to occur or result in hazardous breathing conditions inside. Hardcastle Home Services knows the importance of maintaining a safe gas line in your home or business, and our expert technicians know what it takes to perform quality, gas line services to keep your system operating safely and efficiently.
Our Gas Line Services
At Hardcastle Home Services, we take all gas line services seriously in order to provide you with a safe, optimally functioning gas line. In order to better service the Pikes Peak
Region, we employ only fully-certified, expert-level technicians to care for all your natural gas line installation, replacement and repair needs. Our services will see you through all stages of your gas line’s life, from permit and installation to repair and replacement.
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What to Do in the Event of a Gas Leak
Hardcastle Home Services provides routine residential and commercial gas line service, emergency repairs, and replacement and installation of natural gas lines for your home or business. However, it is essential that you know what to do if a leak occurs on your property. While natural gas and liquid propane gas is scentless, providers add a sulfurous or rotten-egg scent to aid in leak detection.
If you believe you have a natural gas leak on your property, take these steps before contacting our office:
- Remove all people and animals and retreat a safe distance from your property.
- Do not attempt to locate the leak on your own.
- Turn off main gas valve.
- Do not turn any existing electrical appliances on or off.
- Do not use your cell phone while on the property.
- Do not use any open flames or smoke in the vicinity.
- Contact our office for professional leak detection, repair, and/or replacement.
For emergency gas line repair, dial 911 and your utility company before contacting our office. For all routine commercial and residential gas line services, contact us today at (719) 686-6742.