Just How Dangerous is an At-Home Gas Leak?

“The carbon-hydrogen compound that is natural gas does not have any odor, but a sulfuric, “rotten egg” smell is often added to the gas by suppliers to alert homeowners of any gas leaks in their homes.”

Just How Dangerous is an At-Home Gas Leak?

Seventeen people die each year because of gas leaks and the explosions they cause.

Countless more fall ill because of exposure to a natural gas leak. Exposure to these leaks can cause many different symptoms, both minor and severe.

Still, more people lose their homes to fires and explosions caused by leaks. Even the leaks that don’t cause any harm or serious damage require repairs by a plumbing expert.

It’s important to understand the signs that indicate a gas leak. Knowing what to look for can help you to be prepared to protect your family and yourself in the event of a leak.

Read more: https://masterrepairplumbing.com/just-dangerous-home-gas-leak/

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply