Gas Leaks

Did you know that the instantly recognisable smell of gas isn’t actually there naturally? It’s something that is added to help people to identify if they can smell a leak or not – and as the type of gas used within homes can be flammable, if you ever detect the scent then it can be a top priority to get in touch with a local plumber.

At The Melbourne Plumber we are just about as local as they get. Our expertly qualified and fully licensed plumbers cover all areas of Melbourne, from the quiet suburbs to the busy Central Business District. You should never be eager to overlook the smell of gas if you ever spot it, in fact leaks are responsible for hundreds of thousands worth of damage every year.

Why Choose Us?

We’re honest – in fact if the leak is minimal, we won’t charge you a ridiculous fee to replace parts unless it’s necessary. We’re affordable – so much so that even if we do have to take care of maintenance and repair you won’t have to take out a new loan. We’re reliable – if we tell you that we’ll be with you at a certain time, you can count on us.

In the event of a leak we’d consider it worth an emergency call out – and even if your concern doesn’t amount to anything, who could blame you for choosing safety above all else? We certainly wouldn’t and that’s why we are here right now to take your phone call, schedule a visit, or offer you a bit of advice.

Don’t allow gas to pose a risk to your family; get in touch with us today and we’ll do everything that we can to ensure that your gas plumbing gets back on track.

4 thoughts on “Gas Leaks”

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  3. Why is it racist to compliment someone on their clear and
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