Use this post to educate your clients about how to spot gas leaks and what to do in the event of a gas leak. This post works year-round, but seems especially timely in the winter months when people have heaters going and spend more time cooking around the holidays.
- Natural Gas Leak Safety Tips
- How to Spot a Gas Leak
- Protecting Your Home from a Gas Leak
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Natural gas is a safe, effective energy source, but there are times when a leak can threaten lives and property. Share this post about spotting and protecting yourself from natural gas leaks.
From the post:
“With the winter months upon us, it’s especially important to be on the lookout for gas leaks. Heaters which may not have been used recently, lines which may have been damaged in storms… they can all be the source of gas leaks.
I wanted to offer you these tips, shared by Pacific Gas & Electric in California. Did you know that an underground utility is damaged in America every eight minutes? Gas lines are among the most frequently damaged utilities.”
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