Home gas pressure tests are important to perform to determine if there is a gas leak in your system. Ray's Plumbing & Sewer Service
will test your home gas system by using the latest state of the art pressure gauge on the gas riser at the meter. To complete the gas pressure test
, we will pump air into the gas system. Your Springfield Gas Specialist will observe the pressure gauge over a 15 minute period of time to discover whether the gauge in moving or not.
With most gas leak pipe repairs a city permit will be required to perform the work. The city does this to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones during the gas leak repair process. Once Ray's Plumbing & Sewer Service repairs you gas leak, a city inspector and the local gas company will verify there no longer is any gas leaks after the repair work is completed. We will also make sure your gas system is brought up to the current building code standards. At the end of your gas leak repair, Ray's Plumbing & Sewer Service will have a final inspection of the gas leak repair and if there are no gas leaks detected your gas leak repair will be complete.