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How to Check for Gas Line Leaks in Your Home

Posted by 12:21 pm in Critical Safety Tips, Homeowner Tips

How to Check for Gas Line Leaks in Your Home

Could you tell if you had a gas line leak? Fortunately, serious gas leaks in the home aren’t that common. But when it comes to the health and safety of yourself and your loved ones, you don’t want to take any chances. Keep reading to learn how to detect and prevent gas line leaks in your home. About Natural Gas The U.S. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that as of 2019, about half of US homes used natural gas for their basic energy needs. Energy stations are responsible for monitoring the pressure of the gas as it moves from...

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Easy Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

Posted by 12:10 pm in Homeowner Tips

Easy Energy Saving Tips For Your Home

Taking advantage of energy-saving tips will help you cut costs and become more environmentally friendly. The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) claims that the average expenditure on energy bills each year by US homes is $1,500–2,500 on energy bills, and 45% of that is spent on heating and cooling. Energy-efficient homes use substantially less energy for all heating and cooling processes, which may include HVAC systems, water heating, and other types of electric energy use. Some simple tweaks can help you save hundreds of dollars on...

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Natural Gas Coiled Pipe LineTamer Trailer for Rent

Posted by 9:05 pm in Company News

Natural Gas Coiled Pipe LineTamer Trailer for Rent

For rent 3”-6” Mcelroy Line Tamer with Trailer-Self loading $395.00 per day $1750.00 per week $6250.00 Per month   CONTACT US TO RENT NOW!   If you want to get your pipes straight and installed quickly, the coiled pipe LineTamer trailer is the best choice for the job. The task of installing coiled polyethylene (PE) pipe is much faster and easier than unstacking and organizing sections of straight pipe. Though the innovation of PE piping offers contractors and builders major cost and time savings, the only drawback is that it can be...

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How Does Natural Gas Reach Our Homes?

Posted by 1:28 pm in Natural Gas

How Does Natural Gas Reach Our Homes?

Have you ever wondered how natural gas gets to your house? Read on to learn more about the key factors involved in safe and efficient natural gas delivery.

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What Factors Affect Natural Gas Prices?

Posted by 1:24 pm in Natural Gas

What Factors Affect Natural Gas Prices?

Before we begin to discuss what different factors affect natural gas prices, let’s talk about what makes up natural gas prices in the first place. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, there are two main components that make up natural gas prices, and these prices will always include various taxes and fees: 1. Commodity cost. This is the actual cost of the natural gas itself, either at the production stage at the source, at a market trading hub, or under a contract from marketers or utilities. 2. Distribution and...

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Can Natural Gas Lines Get Clogged and Blocked?

Posted by 12:21 pm in Natural Gas

Can Natural Gas Lines Get Clogged and Blocked?

In short, yes they can. While gas leaks are more common, just like water lines, natural gas lines can get clogged and blocked for many different reasons, the most common being: Natural substances: Dirt, debris, and especially insects can make their way into gas pipelines through even the smallest spaces. Water: When a natural gas line is buried underground, water can also find its way into the pipe which can cause corrosion and rust, and rust can ultimately cause clogged natural gas lines. In fact, all it takes is 4″ of water pressure...

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9 Ways to Save Money on Your Gas Bill This Summer

Posted by 11:27 am in Homeowner Tips

9 Ways to Save Money on Your Gas Bill This Summer

The current economic climate has been financially devastating for millions of families. In fact, some 26 million Americans have lost their jobs to COVID-19. With a significantly reduced income, most people are eager to cut costs wherever they can. These nine tips will show you how to save money on your natural gas bill, keeping your costs as low as possible as we head into the warmer months. 1. Cook Outside When you cook in your kitchen, not only are you potentially using gas to run the stove, but you will require more gas to power the air...

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Pipe Sizing and Reaming – Done Right!

Posted by 10:37 am in Critical Safety Tips

Pipe Sizing and Reaming – Done Right!

When it comes to installing a new natural gas pipeline system, one of the most critical factors to consider for performance and natural gas safety is the size of the piping used. In this case, one size absolutely does not fit all! The importance of getting gas pipe sizing right. The size of the pipe dictates the amount of gas that can pass through it. Gas pipes must be large enough to allow an adequate supply of gas to flow through them—as undersized gas lines will cause incomplete combustion—but not so large that the gas pressure is not high...

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6 Factors to Keep in Mind for a Gas Pipe Installation

Posted by 4:53 pm in Critical Safety Tips, Homeowner Tips

6 Factors to Keep in Mind for a Gas Pipe Installation

When it comes to your home, there are few things more important than ensuring that gas pipes are installed correctly. Whether you’ve just moved into an older house or you’re remodeling your existing home, if you find you need to reinstall gas pipes, add new appliances, or design and install a system that will supply multiple appliances such as pool heaters, spa heaters, fire pits, and barbeques, it’s not something to take lightly.  These are six key factors to consider when it comes to gas pipe installation.  1. Determine where gas pipelines...

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10 tips to keep your energy bill low during the winter

Posted by 8:00 am in Homeowner Tips

10 tips to keep your energy bill low during the winter

Compared to other parts of the country, Arizona is blessed with beautiful hot summers and relatively mild winters.  That being said, it’s not immune to the occasional cold snap when temperatures can reach to almost freezing levels at night. Even during the average winter, nights can drop down to well below 50F.  Many Arizona homeowners choose to heat their homes in winter using either natural gas, propane or electricity via a heat pump, each of which comes with pros and cons. Even through mild winters, most homeowners want to keep their...

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