Gas Leak

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Fast Response to Gas Leak Emergencies

Having a gas leak is one of the most dangerous things that can happen to your home. A leaking pipe, fittings or appliance could lead to an explosion at any time.
Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to spot a gas leak before you have a severe problem on your hands. If you suspect there may be an issue with your gas plumbing system, don’t wait around for disaster to strike – contact our emergency plumber in Perth immediately! We offer 24-hour service and will arrive within 30 minutes of receiving your call.
Our expert technicians are fully equipped with all the tools they need to quickly locate and repair leaks and install new pipes or appliances if necessary. You won’t find better service anywhere else!

Warning signs of a gas leak

Why choose Rowson's For Emergency Gas Leak Detection

Do you need emergency gas leak repairs?
We are available around the clock to provide emergency repairs, including on holidays. Our expert emergency plumbers serve commercial and residential clients who face a wide variety of problems.
Whether you own a small home or an enormous hotel, our team has the tools, training, and experience necessary to resolve any issue.
You can trust Rowson’s Plumbing Services for all your emergency plumbing needs! Call us at (08) 9258 8848 right away!
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FAQs about emergency gas leaks

As it is an emergency plumbing issue, it may cost more than regular plumbing jobs. An emergency plumber will have to consider a few things to arrive at a final cost. The location and type of property, the day and time of day, the severity of the problem, the parts needed, and the time it takes to find and fix the gas leak thoroughly are all considered. The cost of an emergency plumber will be well worth it as they will ensure that life and property are safe and that your gas plumbing is working perfectly.

If you suspect one on your property:

  • Turn off the gas at the meter box, or the gas bottle or cylinder on your property.
  • Eliminate all ignition sources, such as pilot lights, electrical equipment/switches, and matches,
  • and call an emergency plumber.

If you are a homeowner, you may have done some DIY work around the house when minor problems arise. Even if you have attempted some larger renovation projects, you should not attempt to fix gas leaks yourself.

The handling of gas by an inexperienced person can be extremely dangerous. Professional plumbers install water systems, but many are also trained to fix gas lines in homes and businesses. Gas has much more severe consequences than water when it comes to mistakes. So please, leave gas leaks to the professionals.

The moment that you notice the signs of a gas leak, you should immediately call an emergency plumber. Do not wait for regular hours or after the holiday. The gas leak should be taken care of immediately by a qualified plumber or gas fitter.