Professional Gas Line Installation & Repair Services in Waterford, MI
Our Gas Piping Certified Technicians Have Served Michigan Homes and Businesses for Over 15 Years
We have helped customers all over Oakland County and the surrounding areas assess, repair, and install new gas lines in both residential and commercial properties.
We use cutting edge tools and highly trained, gas piping certified technicians to bring you the best service possible. Additionally, we consistently train our staff to install and service the latest equipment and appliances that require natural gas.
From Home Ovens to Commercial Furnaces, We Handle all of Your Gas Line Needs
Whether repairing an old gas line or installing a new one, Michigan Plumbing and Mechanical Services will answer your call 24/7 and send a gas piping technician who has the skills and knowledge needed to provide service in for even the most complex commercial environments.
Our team offers reliable service for a wide range of commercial applications, including new equipment installations, leak testing and repair, and new construction gas line installations. Our commitment to safety, quality, and dependable scheduling ensures that any downtime for your business is minimal, and that you can have peace of mind knowing that your sensitive equipment was properly installed. We're also available 24/7 to inspect and service your gas lines in the case of an emergency.
What You Need to Know About Gas Lines and What Can Go Wrong
Of the many sources of energy, natural gas provides a cost-effective and reliable option for powering your furnace, stove, water heater, and other appliances. About half of US households use natural gas. Despite its widespread use, natural gas presents some dangers. Professional service workers are essential for adequately repairing and installing natural gas piping. When improperly installed, a gas line can present potential hazards.
Carbon monoxide poisoning can occur when gas-powered appliances do not burn gas as they should. Make sure to keep batteries in your carbon monoxide detector to help prevent health problems for your family.
Common Gas Line Problems to Look for:
Look for cracked seals. These cracks come from the line drying out.
Old & Worn Connectors
Notice the appearance of worn out joints and connectors. With age, these parts begin to deteriorate.
Examine fixtures and fittings that don’t seal properly; they may be the wrong size.
Any of these issues can lead to dangerous gas leaks, which often give the tell-tale signs such as: rotten smell, hissing sounds, or dead grass. Any of these issues suggest there may have been a puncture or break in the gas line causing a leak.
A gas line leak is potentially dangerous for your family and your house. If you notice these, turn off your gas, leave your home, and contact a professional immediately. Michigan Plumbing and Mechanical Services can check your home and property to ensure your gas line connects safely with no potential leak points. We will analyze your system to understand better whether a repair or new gas line installation is right for your home.