Natural Gas Leak Detection
Leaks from natural gas fired appliances in the home such as hot water heaters, stove tops, and fireplaces may collect and ignite in a home. Recent news reports indicate this type of explosion is occurring more and more often in the U.S. HHS can identify and help you stop natural gas leaks in your home before an explosion occurs. Using state-of-the-art gas detection equipment, HHS can survey your appliances for residual natural gas leaks and help give you and your family peace of mind.
If you would like to survey your home or business for gas leaks, please call HHS.
If you smell gas in your home or office building, exit the structure first. Call 911 and do not re-enter until emergency services such as your local Fire Department arrive and evaluate the structure to ensure it is safe for re-entry. AVOID THE USE OF ANY SPARKING OR ELECTRIFIED EQUIPMENT UNTIL YOU HAVE EVACUATED THE BUILDING.