Gas Line Inspection

Many homeowners don’t give their gas lines the attention they deserve. Your gas line lets you have hot water while you shower and stay toasty during the winter. However, a damaged gas line puts your property and health in danger.

Homes and businesses across Edmonton rely on us to provide high-quality gas line inspection services, ensuring their properties are built and maintained to spec. As a licensed home gas line installer and leading provider of pipeline inspections, our commitment to excellence has earned Butler Plumbing, Heating & Gasfitting a reputation for integrity and dedication.

My Gas Line Works Fine! Why Would it Need an Inspection?

Because of their prevalence and exposure to nature, pipelines can get risky, and you would be none the wiser.

Keeping them safe requires regular maintenance and attention; that’s where we come in.

Metal shrinks, swells, corrodes, and vibrates depending on how the weather is outside. Welded joints can lose their structural integrity and strength over the years. Floods, winds, fire, earthquakes, and other phenomena can diminish your gas pipeline’s reliability.

And you don’t want to be there when it decides to give up and rupture.

It’s vital to mitigate the risks by calling on our certified gas line installers for rigorous pipeline inspections.

Do NOT Ignore the Need for Periodic Inspections

Natural gas appliances are far less expensive than their electrical counterparts, making gas ideal for heating systems, dryers, and ovens since it heats up fast. However, even a minor gas leak can cause massive explosions and threaten you and your family’s health, safety, and property.

Being exposed to natural gas can lead to poisoning. The symptoms of natural gas poisoning include severe headaches, fatigue, suffocation, and loss of memory and consciousness.

Small leaks also lead to unnecessary expenses since you’ll pay extra money for the gas that you lose through the break. To keep your gas bills from surging, periodic inspections by professional plumbers are a necessity.

At Butler Plumbing, Heating & Gasfitting, your safety comes first. Call now for natural gas service line installation and inspection services you can trust.

Count On Us For Nondestructive Testing Of Gas Pipelines

Gas line installation in Edmonton for new homes must be carried out by licensed mechanical contractors. We complete all the paperwork and submit the permits necessary for home gas line installation.But if we didn’t do the installation, it may be a good idea to call our experts for a thorough inspection. 

The trouble is that pipeline problems aren’t always evident in a simple visual inspection. Sure, anyone can spot a fallen tree, a patch of rust, or a twisted beam, but only a professional with an eye for detail can tell you what it means. 

Besides, do you really want to wait until the problem has become visible to the naked eye?


It’s better to find emerging issues while they are still restricted to the interior of the pipeline or welds. And for that, we bring along our special scanning equipment. 

You can count on our expert technicians to identify any irregularities and flaws in the substrate of the gas pipelines. And once the emerging issues or possible problems are identified, we get to correcting them right away.

Call Now If You Suspect The Following Issues

It’s advisable to get your house’s gas line professionally inspected every four months to avoid gas build-ups or leakages. However, there are clear signs of gas leaks that you can keep a lookout for. 

While every neighborhood’s requirements are slightly different, the general rule for homeowners is to obtain permits before replacing or repairing any plumbing, mechanical, gas, or electric systems. At Butler Plumbing, Heating & Gasfitting, we ensure your convenience and take care of all that by handling any permits required. It generally takes between one and two business days for your permits to be processed in Edmonton.

Our equipment is inspected regularly to ensure optimum function and efficient gas line installation or inspection. Our certified gas line installers are licensed to repair and extend gas mains and to test and replace old gas-reliant equipment. Whether it’s a heating, gasfitting, or plumbing job, we’ll do it right the first time, every time.

Save on repairs and minimize threats to safety

Ensure compliance with regulatory standards. Call us today for residential natural gas line installation services.

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This is What Happens During a Routine Gas Line Inspection

The first step your gasfitter will take is to detect whether there’s a leak or a fault in the pipe using a pressure gauge test. The gasfitter pumps air into the line in question and uses the pressure gauge to check whether the hand moves or not. If the pressure gauge hand moves, the pipe is the source of the leak. 

Once the area is appropriately isolated, they’ll check your gas pipeline fittings for any possible issues. If leakage is detected, they’ll suggest the steps you can take to rectify the problem. 

Possible repairs include:

Our professional plumbers have the expertise and knowledge to repair your home’s gas line system. An improperly done repair job could cost you much more money down the line while also adding to your expenses.

Get your periodic gas line inspections from Butler Plumbing, Heating & Gasfitting to sidestep any threats to your life and property. 

Butler Plumbing, Heating & Gasfitting—the Trusted Choice

Our clients’ safety is always the number 1 priority—that’s why we offer round-the-clock emergency services. Whether you’re facing line damage, natural gas buildup, or need quick installation, our 24-hour emergency inspection and repair services are only a call away.

We’ve been in the business for over three decades, giving us a unique understanding of what local homes need to ensure their safety for the long term. 

If you’re looking for a new water heater gas line installation, fireplace gas line installation, or BBQ gas line installation in Edmonton, call on our licensed gas fitters to do the job correctly. We repair and install gas-powered appliances, including fireplaces, dryers, barbeques, furnaces, boilers, and heaters. 

But the thing about gas pipelines is that they require regular, ongoing inspections. This scrutiny costs nothing compared to what costly accidents can put you through. 

We have the equipment, training, and manpower needed to keep your gas pipeline in working order for years to come.

Get a quote for a gas line inspection or other gasfitting services