How can I detect a natural gas leak?

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How can I detect a natural gas leak?

Natural gas leaks can be dangerous. If you smell a distinctive “rotten egg” odor or suspect a gas leak, leave the premises immediately and contact our emergency helpline or your local gas utility provider. Do not operate any electrical devices or create sparks, as they may ignite the gas.

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Contact your local waste management or recycling center to inquire about proper disposal methods for gas appliances. Do not attempt to dispose of them yourself.

Conduct a gas leak test using soapy water on connections and fittings. If bubbles form, there may be a leak. Contact a professional for repairs.

Power surges can damage electronic components in gas appliances. Use surge protectors and consider unplugging appliances during electrical storms.

Take precautions to protect gas appliances during renovations, such as shutting off the gas supply, covering appliances, and ensuring proper ventilation.

Space heaters should be used as supplementary heating sources, not primary ones. Follow safety guidelines and never leave them unattended.

Install carbon monoxide detectors near gas appliances and bedrooms. If the alarm sounds, evacuate immediately and contact emergency services.

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