If you have appliances that operate on gas, such as propane, then you know it’s best to call for gas fitting service in Snohomish County instead of trying a DIY project. The gas fitting can be dangerous, which means you need a well-trained, well-equipped professional to help you handle the challenging parts.
Gas fittings are different than other fittings in your home. Gas fittings have been cut specifically with threads that spiral in reverse, unlike those of connections to air, water, and vent lines. This was a safety measure by manufacturers. It’s to better secure gas lines without accidentally getting the lines crossed with other appliances in your home.
A-List Plumbing hires great gasfitters, all well-trained and skilled in installations and preventative care of gas appliances and systems. They are dependable, reliable, and efficient. Plus, if you have any questions about the gas fitting process, our professionals are more than willing to educate you on the gas systems.
How Often Should You Have Your Gas Lines Checked?
Gas safety checks are important to the integrity of your gas lines and the safety of your household. Schedule a gas fitting and line inspection at least once per year.
If you experience problems such as a strong sulfur smell or dizziness around gas appliances, call to schedule an appointment for an inspection as soon as possible. There could be a leakage in your gas line, so you must have it fixed as soon as you can. Gas line leaks can be damaging and dangerous.