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Avoid emergencies, contact us and we will gladly assist you.

Our priority is the SAFETY of our employees, members and customers. We have a highly trained and certified staff to provide you with a SAFE service. If you want a security consultation for your home or business, contact us and we will gladly coordinate it.

In the event of a leak: turn off the gas valve, move to a safe area, immediately call 9-1-1 and your gas supplier.
Make sure that the personnel you hire to do the gas installation or any service is certified and trained.
If you smell gas:

  • Remain calm
  • Open doors and windows
  • Close the main valve
  • Do not light anything with an open flame or use electronic devices
Make sure that gas cylinders are not in closed places, they should always be in located in well ventilated places.
To detect a gas leak, moisten the gas connection with soapy water. If there is a gas leak, the exhaust will cause bubbles.
Before leaving your home or business, always check that the keys to the stove, kitchen, heater, and any equipment that is connected to the gas pipes are properly closed and their pilot lights off.
Make sure that your gas installation has a pressure regulator and stop valve that allows it to be closed quickly in the event of a leak.
An authorized installer must check all the installation and gas equipment periodically.
Keep the area around the tanks clear of objects, as a preventative measure in case of an emergency. Keep tanks away from any point of ignition. Do not place trash, fuel or flammable products near your gas tanks.