If you suspect a gas leak inside your house or business, you will need our professional gas leak detection and gas monitoring services to locate the source of the gas leak.
Many times we need to locate unmarked, underground piping systems on your property, like natural gas, water and sewer laterals.
Our gas leak detection plumbers in Los Angeles use state-of-the-art detection technology to do this accurately and quickly.
We are experts in gas leak detection & monitoring
According to a USA TODAY Network investigation, every 2 days a gas leak in the United States has destroyed property, hurt or killed someone since 2004.
Aging cast-iron and bare steel gas pipes are most susceptible to gas leaks because they can rust and corrode.
Our team of experts are known in Los Angeles for quickly and easily.[Icon List]
- Locating gas leaks in homes and offices
- Repairing gas leaks in homes and offices
- Monitoring toxic gas levels in homes and offices
Our gas leak detection tools locate the voids in the ground created by a leaking gas pipe in minutes. No piping system access or major excavation is required to detect any pipe leak under solid materials like concrete slabs, behind walls, under rocks or soil materials, in sewer and drain lines, and many other applications. And best of all, our tools won’t scratch or damage any finished surfaces like drywall when pinpointing the source of a leak.
We can sniff the source of gas leak from any pipe material:
- Plastic Pipe
- Clay Tile
- Metallic Pipe
- Cast Iron
- Concrete Pipe
- Ductile Iron
Our underground location services are not limited to locating gas piping or piping systems where there is no tracer wire (or broken wire). We can use our tools for many other applications, including:
- Locate Gathering Lines
- Locate Sewer Laterals
- Locate Water Lines
- Locate Drainage Lines
- Locate Electrical Conduit
- Locate Fiber Optic Conduit
Our tools can detect and monitor one or more the following poisonous gas leaks that may be escaping into your home:
- Natural Gas Blend
- Carbon Monoxide – CO
- Hydrogen Cyanide – HCN
- Hydrogen Sulfide – H2S
- Methane – CH4
- Nitrogen Dioxide – NO2
- Oxygen – O2
- Propane- C3H8
- Sulfur Dioxide – SO2
- Volatile Organic Compounds – VOC