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- Diagnosing the problem: $89.95 waived with repair
- Price: Starting at $189
- Average time to complete: 3-4 hours
Cost of gas line repair in Atlanta
- Low: $186
- Average: $400
- High: $1,000+
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What impacts cost?
Your Atlanta gas line repair cost will depend on:
- Leak location. You'll pay more to repair a damaged pipe that's hard to access (beneath a slab or in a small crawlspace, for example). You might also have to pay for cosmetic repairs (to drywall, landscaping, etc.).
- Pipe material. PVC and aluminum will cost less than galvanized steel or iron. Unfortunately, you don't always have a choice of which material you get. Your plumber can tell you which materials should be used in and outside of your house, which can withstand being buried, and so on.
- City permits. If your plumber needs a permit to repair the gas leak, which they'll probably have to do in the Atlanta metro area, the fees to pull the permit will add to your repair cost.
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Schedule your repair
Once Atlanta Gas Light says it's safe, contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule your gas leak repair. If you schedule online, we'll call you to confirm your day and time. We'll also send you a confirmation email with a picture of your plumber, so you know who to look for.
Get your gas leak repaired
After detecting the leak, we'll give you the most economical option to repair it, with straightforward pricing for the job.
Tell us how we did
We mean it when we say "100% satisfaction guaranteed". If you're not happy with our repair work, let us know in our follow-up survey.
Signs you have a gas leak
You smell rotten eggs (sulfur).
On its own, natural gas is colorless and odorless. Most utility companies add a sulfur compound to natural gas, which is where the rotten egg smell comes from. That way, you can easily tell if you have a gas leak.
Your gas bills are higher than normal.
If your gas bills have increased, but your usage has stayed the same, a leak could be the problem.
A gas pipe connection is damaged.
Connections are the most vulnerable part of a pipe. If you see a damaged connection, you could very well have a leak.
You hear a hissing sound near a gas line.
If there's a hissing/whistling sound near a gas-powered appliance or behind a wall, you could have a leak.
You see a dusty cloud near a gas line.
The flow of gas escaping a pipe can also cause a visible disruption, like dust kicking up or plants billowing when there's no wind.
Your houseplants or landscaping is dying.
Gas cuts off a plant's source of oxygen. If your indoor and/or outdoor plants start to look like they're dying (with no other explanation), you could have a slow gas leak.
Think you have a gas leak? Here's what you should do.
- Get outside immediately. And don't touch anything that could cause a spark, including light switches, telephones and your car.
- Once you're at a safe distance, call 911. Then, call Atlanta Gas Light at 877.427.4321 to let them know there's a gas leak.