Atlantis Plumbing has the experience and know how to repair your gas line. Call us today for a free estimate.

Only contact us if the area has already been determined safe and instructed by your local gas company.

If you are experiencing a gas leak now, instruct everyone to leave the area immediately leaving the door open as you exit. Make sure not to touch anything or do anything that may cause a spark or flame.

Once far way from the area, call 911 or Atlanta Gas Light at 877-427-4321

About Natural Gas

Natural Gas explodes when exposed to flame or sparks. Natural Gas by nature is odorless; however, for safety measures, a smell similar to rotten eggs is added.

In the case of an Atlanta Gas Leak, evacuate the area immediately (preferably outside); do not light fires, cigarettes and do not turn on or use any electrical appliances (including light switches and phones) because they can ignite the gas.

There are three grades (or classifications) of a Gas Leak as determined by the Gas Piping and Technology Committee (GPTC).

A Grade 1 Leak is an immediate hazard that requires immediate repair. A Grade 2 Leak is non-hazardous when detected, but needs repaired before a future hazard. A Grade 3 Leak is a non-hazardous leak that is expected to remain non-hazardous.

Don't try to guess what type of leak you have, your job is to get everyone out of the area safely and call the experts.

We proudly offer gas leak detection in Atlanta, GA and surrounding areas:

Fulton County, Bartow County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Cherokee County, Gwinnett County, and Douglas County.

Acworth GA, Atlanta GA, Austell GA, Cartersville GA, Doraville GA, Douglasville GA, Hiram GA, Kennesaw GA, Lawrenceville GA, Lithia Springs GA, Loganville GA, Mableton GA, Marietta GA, Powder Springs GA, Rockmart GA, Roswell GA, Smyrna GA, Tucker GA, Villa Rica GA, Vinings GA, and Woodstock GA.