When something breaks down in your home, it’s easier than ever nowadays to do a quick online search and find do-it-yourself steps to get repairs done fast. A lot of times these tutorials offer great information and wind up saving you time and money. In situations like these, we are all for customers taking things into their own hands!

That being said, there are times when attempting something without professional know-how isn’t a good idea. Certain types of maintenance can be dangerous when attempted without the proper training and credentials, and any minor mishaps can put your home and family in a vulnerable position. This is especially true when working with gas appliances!

We have some guidelines for when to call a professional. Learn more below, then contact us if you any further questions. We can’t wait to hear from you soon!

Installing New Appliances

If you’ve recently purchased a new gas appliance, you’re probably more than ready to get it up and running! Whether it’s a grill, fireplace, furnace, dryer, or something else, putting something new in your home is always an exciting event. And gas appliances have been soaring in popularity as homeowners discover how incredibly efficient and easy to use they are!

Yet, if you own a gas appliance, you’ll need a gas line installed before doing anything. This is a big job that a professional should take care of. One small mistake could lead to a gas leak, putting you and loved ones in grave danger. If you’re looking for a reliable, licensed plumber to get the job done right, call on the staff at Stadler Plumbing! We’ve got your back no matter what.

Smell Something Suspicious?

If you believe you are smelling gas in your home, it’s vital that you take action immediately. Inhaling these toxins leads to major illnesses and it can even be fatal. It’s typical for gas to smell like old eggs or sulfur, so if you get a whiff of something nasty, this could be a big problem! Also, if you note any typical symptoms of gas exposure, such as nausea, dizziness, fatigue, or disorientation, this could mean you have a leak.

If you suspect the presence of gas, you should leave your home right away, then call emergency personnel, so the proper authorities can get to your house and turn off your gas. They’ll also be able to check your home and give you the go ahead when it is safe to re-enter.

After all that is done, it’s time to call us in. The qualified staff at Stadler Plumbing tracks down the source of the leak and repair it. You never want to take any chances when dangerous toxins are involved, especially around the holiday season. Don’t let a gas leak ruin your festivities… call in a professional right away!