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Chatsworth Gas Line Repair & Installation

Your Safety Is Our Top Priority!

Do you have a problem with your gas line? Are you interested in installing a new gas line for your home or business? Lynch Plumbing is your one-stop-shop for all your gas line needs.

Our plumbers are licensed, insured, and are trained to provide the following gas line services:

  • Gas leak detection
  • Gas line repair
  • Gas line installation

Whether you have reason to believe that your gas line has been compromised, or you are ready to begin enjoying the benefits of natural gas appliances, you can count on your team of knowledgeable plumbers to take care of everything.

To ensure that your gas line work is handled safely and effectively, contact ((818) 873-0448 today!

Five-Star Customer Reviews
“We have been using Lynch plumbing for some time now, and they¬†have always sent experienced and knowledgeable plumbers.” - Harvey F.

Professional Gas Leak Detection

Gas leaks are an emergency. You will need to find the leak as soon as possible to prevent the risk of fire or explosion. When you call our experienced plumbers, we can help you find and resolve your leak quickly and effectively.

Signs of a gas leak include:

  • The smell of rotten eggs or sulfur
  • A white cloud near a gas line
  • A hissing sound coming from gas pipes
  • Dead vegetation or plants
  • Bubbles in your water
  • A visibly damaged gas pipe

Gas leaks can also trigger physical symptoms, such as nausea, headaches, breathing difficulties, nosebleeds, and dizziness. You might also experience fatigue, depression, drowsiness, chest pain, and irritation of the eyes and throat.

If you notice any signs or symptoms of a gas leak in your home or business, get in touch with our plumbers right away. We offer 24/7 emergency service and can arrive promptly to detect and solve the issue.

We Repair Gas Lines

Gas lines are generally safe when they are installed and used correctly. However, if a problem does arise, you must take immediate action. Our plumbers have over 40 years of experience and are equipped with the necessary tools and skills to fix your gas pipe as fast as possible.

Gas Line Installation for Homes & Businesses

If you are planning to install a new gas line, be sure to contact Lynch Plumbing! We will make sure that your new gas pipes are installed safely and according to local safety regulations and codes. Our team will also ensure that you have all the hookups you need for the variety of appliances you have throughout your property.

We install all types of new gas lines, including:

  • Whole-house gas lines
  • Gas lines for dryers
  • Gas pipes for stoves
  • Gas piping for outdoor grills
  • Gas lines for fireplaces

Why Choose Lynch Plumbing?

  • Family-Owned & Operated
  • 37+ Years in Business
  • Call Us 24/7
  • Licensed, Insured & Bonded

Call Our Gas Line Specialists Today

Working with gas lines is not a job for an unqualified professional. It requires proper licensing and experience. At Lynch Plumbing, you will find a team of plumbers who not only have the proper certifications but who also are committed to delivering the best possible customer experience. From start to finish, we will treat you and your property with respect. After the job is done, we will leave your home in pristine condition.

Call (818) 873-0448 now to request an estimate for your gas line repair or installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What causes faucets drips and running toilets?

    It's possible that there is something wrong with your water supply, such as high water pressure, thermal expansion, or a leak in the line.

  • What is the lifespan of the average water heater?

    The typical lifespan of a water heater is about 8 to 12 years. However, this can vary depending on the type of water heater and the amount of use it gets. Warranties can be a big clue. Consumer brand heaters have prorated warranties whereas professional brands have full warranties.

  • Why does polybutylene pipe have a bad reputation?

    Polybutylene pipe was once a popular type of piping in local homes, but it has since been found to be defective and prone to leaks. If you suspect that you have polybutylene pipe in your home, you should call a plumber to inspect it. Polybutylene pipe is typically blue or gray in color, so if you see any piping that matches this description, you should assume that it is polybutylene and call our plumbers to upgrade your water line.

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