Gas Line Plumbing in Oklahoma City

Keeping Home & Business Owners Safe

You may use gas for your furnace or water heater. Many homes are transitioning from propane to natural gas because it is non-toxic, eco-friendly, and more affordable than other fossil fuels. A-Team Plumbing is a family and locally-owned business that wants to offer our community the best solutions when you need energy for your home. Our gas line plumbing in Oklahoma City includes line installation, repair, and maintenance to ensure your home or business is safe in the long term.

Reach out to us at (405) 433-7235 to speak to a member of our team about how natural gas can benefit your space today!

Reach out to us at (405) 433-7235 to speak to a member of our team about how a new plumbing system can benefit your home today!

Natural Gas vs. Propane

Natural gas is an odorless, colorless, and non-toxic but extremely flammable fossil fuel. This gas is a mixture of methane and crude oil to be used as fuel in your home or business. 

Its benefits include:

  • Eco-friendly
  • Safe
  • Efficient

Natural gas is still a fossil fuel, so it’s an unrenewable system for your home. However, it is not as harmful as coal or oil, so it is considered one of the more eco-friendly options for your heating needs. Natural gas is lighter than air, so if there’s a leak, it will move toward your ceiling, while propane will concentrate near the floor. This makes natural gas safer in the case of a leak, though both options are flammable. Natural gas is considered more affordable than propane if you already have the pipes necessary for its use. 

Propane has these advantages:

  • Cost-effective
  • Eco-friendly
  • Easier to install

Propane is a non-toxic, colorless, odorless gas usually stored in a liquid form, unlike natural gas, which always stays gaseous. It’s considered more cost-effective even though natural gas is more efficient because it is denser, so you get nearly twice as much energy. Propane is also considered eco-friendly because it contains no greenhouse gases. 

If you’re still unsure which gas line will work best for your home or business, count on our professionals to help you make an informed decision before you schedule our expert gas line installation in Oklahoma City.

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Fixing a Leaking Gas Line

A gas leak is a serious issue, so it’s critical that you know the signs of a leak and how to protect yourself. If you experience a headache, dizziness, nausea, eye irritation, or fatigue, these are signs you may have a gas leak. These symptoms will typically present first in young children or the elderly as they are more susceptible. If you suspect a leak, immediately evacuate your home and keep doors open to dissipate the gas. Once outside, call your gas company to shut off your gas and ask an inspector to confirm and locate the leak.

Once it’s safe to enter your home, we’ll begin the repair. Your gas leak could have been caused by rust, deterioration, or too tight connections, so we’ll remove these problems with a new line or epoxy. Before we leave, we’ll test the lines to ensure your home is safe before replacing the cover.

Count on A-Team Plumbing for Oklahoma City gas line plumbing when you need comprehensive solutions. We’ve served our community for over 40 years as you’re trusted professionals.

Let us protect your home! Contact us online or call (405) 433-7235 to schedule your free estimate.

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