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How To Determine If You Have a Gas Leak

Many people prefer to use natural gas within their home for appliances and heating. This fuel is efficient as a source of heating and one of the cleanest fuels out there. However, it can also be dangerous. Having a gas leak in your home can lead to hazardous situations including carbon monoxide poisoning. That is why when and if you think there is a gas leak in your home, you take the proper precautions. Exit your home and contact emergency services.

Signs You Have a Gas Leak

#1 Higher Than Usual Gas Bills

If your gas bill is steadily climbing, check it against your bills from the previous year. A significant increase in your utility bill could be a big warning sign that your furnace and appliances are leaking gas instead of using it.

#2 Rotten Egg Smell

Natural gas has an added rotten egg smell that if put into to keep you aware of any leaks. If you smell the gas, no matter how light or strong, it is time to have your systems inspected. Remember it is better to be safe than sorry.

#3 Physical Symptoms

While different people may experience different side effects, the most common effects are nausea, headaches, flu-like symptoms, and even drowsiness. Take notice if you start to feel better away from your home.

#4 Dead Plants

Natural gas has ill effects on greenery within a home with a leak. Check all of your household plants. Are they withering? If you have been doing everything correctly for your plant to thrive, you may have a gas leak.

Remember, while gas is great and efficient for home heating, it can also be dangerous. When you need gas services and repair, call EW Plumbing at 913.768.8500!
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Signs of a Broken Pipe

No one wants to find out they have a broken pipe, especially if it results in serious damage to your home. To prevent catastrophic problems, watch out for these signs of a broken pipe.

Unusual Noises
When you turn on the water, do you hear a whistling or clanking sound? Do you hear a bubbling noise from your sink or toilet? These unusual sounds can indicate a damaged or broken pipe. The banging noise could be a loose pipe, and bubbling often occurs when air gets trapped in your sewer pipe.

A High Water Bill
Even a slight leak can add up to hundreds of dollars in wasted water over the course of a year. If you have a broken pipe leaking water somewhere in your home, your monthly bill will reflect that. When you get an unusually high water bill, check your water meter and search for other signs of a leak.

Water Damaged Drywall
Have you noticed water running down a wall or a stain on the ceiling? Is paint or wallpaper bubbling? If you have wet drywall, it could be a sign of a broken pipe. Call a plumber right away to determine the source of the problem! This could also be a sign of a roof leak, so inspect your water meter and home if possible to find out before making a call.

In many cases, broken pipes are the result of aging pipes, bad materials, or from freezing at some point in time. If you notice these signs of a broken pipe, call EW Plumbing at 913.768.8500 for broken pipe repair in Olathe, KS.

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