Common gas line installations

Natural gas is a great fuel to cook with, but you may not have gas lines set up in your home. By running gas lines you can:

 

• Add a new barbecue grill in your backyard

• Buy a gas powered clothes dryer or water heater

• Change your kitchen stove from electric to gas

If you need a new gas line added, or leak fixed, call us at 440-517-1300 or contact us online.

Gas line repair and leak detection

A gas leak can be potentially disastrous and should not be taken lightly. That’s why it’s important to have a highly skilled plumber you can trust to fix it correctly. Whether the gas was shut off by your gas company because your line needs testing, or there’s a leak that needs fixing, Polaris Plumbing Solutions will be there to take care of it.

If you need service just call Polaris Plumbing Solutions at 440-517-1300.

What Should You Do During a Gas Leak?

If you have determined that you have a gas leak, the first thing you should do is leave your home.Do not turn on any electrical equipment or appliances. Once in a safe area, call your local gas company to report the leak and have the gas shut off. Then, give Polaris Plumbing Solutions a call to repair or replace your affected lines.

Think You Have a Gas Leak in Your Home?

Think You Have a Gas Leak in Your Home?

Sulfur or rotten egg smell

If you notice a strange sulfuric smell in your home, it could mean you are experiencing a gas leak. While gas is colorless, it does have a strong and distinct smell that is hard to miss.

Hissing sound

A hissing sound near gas lines can be one of the more obvious signs of a leak. If you hear a hissing sound in combination with any of the other signs of gas leaks, proceed with extreme caution.

Dead grass or plants in your yard

Noticing a patch of dead grass or plants around an area where you know there is a gas pipe can be a sign of the gas leaking up through the ground and killing your plants.