Have A Gas Leak?
Gas leaks are problematic. Not only do they present a risk to life and property, but once a leak is made safe, it will need locating and rectifying where it is possible to do so.
We use a combination of pressure tests, leak detection solutions and gas detection equipment to locate leaks as quickly as possible on both mains gas and LPG systems. However, sometimes the location of the leaks are not accessible, or the tracing of these leaks could prove to be uneconomical, and it is more cost effective to install a new supply.
Regardless of what route is best for the situation and your property, we are fully equipped and capable of resolving the issue quickly and efficiently at your property.
If you use the wrong people, this can end up costing you much more money than it needs to. Use the best, use us!
So Why Use Us?
What We Offer:
- We are punctual and provide accurate time-slots
- Excellent value for money
- High-quality workmanship
- Exceptional customer service
For trace & repairs of LPG and gas leaks, we will provide you with a 3-hour arrival window when you can expect us, all of which we charge at our advertised rates. Where a re-pipe is required, we will provide a free and fully written quotation for the work.
We work on domestic & light commercial LPG & gas systems.
“One of my first duties as a qualified gas engineer was to trace and repair gas leaks. Where I was unable to locate them, I was responsible for the re-piping of the system. Trial and error taught me a lot about the process, of which I managed to perfect over the years. I have seen a significant number of people get hit with excessive trace and repair charges or have seen quotes for re-pipes that were not needed.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Potentially, it can take a long time. However, in a typical domestic property, the leaks location or approximate location can usually be ascertained within 60-90 minutes. From here the best course of action can be discussed.
If an engineer has detected a leak that is outside of safe working parameters they have a legal duty of care to ensure you and other peoples safety, along with protecting the property, often the worst events the are caused by gas leaks that went unnoticed.