If you’ve had experience with both electrical and gas appliances, there’s probably one major takeaway that you learned from that experience, “Gas is better.” Just ask any realtor, home builder, or chef and they will quickly tell you that gas is better than electric. So many people prefer natural gas
Now that the fall has arrived, the leaves are turning beautiful shades of orange, yellow and red, and the temperatures are cooling down. If your home runs on natural gas, for example, if you have a gas hot water heater and a gas range, you’re probably thinking more about how
If you suspect a natural gas leak, DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES – please, immediately call your utilities emergency line. Once the gas supply is shut off, you should leave the task of locating and repairing the leak to an experienced professional. Please contact A-1 Sewer & Septic Services Inc.
A large portion of America’s homes relies on natural gas to heat water and cook food and to provide warmth during the fall and winter months. Natural gas is a clean, affordable resource, but in some cases, it can be extremely dangerous to the occupants of a home. If your
Perhaps the house you’re purchasing has an electric range, and you’re thinking about switching to gas, or perhaps you love to watch cooking channels and now you’re ready to switch out your electric range to a gas model. Homeowners sometimes have questions about using existing gas lines or running new
Natural gas is a clean-burning fuel that has a wide variety of uses; in the home, we use it for furnaces, hot water heaters, space heaters, stoves, clothes dryers, and fireplaces. With over 2.1 million miles of underground gas pipelines across the United States, more than half of U.S. homes
WARNING: If you smell gas and are not aware of the location or how to turn off your gas, please immediately get to a safe place and call the gas company or fire department. A natural gas leak is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS and should be approached with the UTMOST CAUTION. Just
It only takes a scratch or tear from corrosion or an accident, to create high pressure in a gas line, and this can cause natural gas leak; allowing the gas pressure of the natural gas, or other gases, to start seeping through the natural gas lines, causing a gas leak.