gas leak detection ADELAIDE

Lucas Plumbing & Gas Solutions are experts in gas leak detection in Adelaide.

We are reliable and cost effective plumbers and gas fitters that can detect your gas leak and fix it fast.

Can you smell gas?

If you can smell gas, or you suspect that you have a gas leak, then Lucas Plumbing and Gas Solutions are the people to call.

Using modern technology, we can find the source of your gas leak, and then take action to fix the leak. Our professional tradespeople are experts in gas leak detection, so we will get to the source of the problem quickly and economically.

Gas leaks can be dangerous, so get in contact with Lucas Plumbing and Gas Solutions fast.

We also have an emergency service available.

If your suspect that there is gas leaking from any appliances such as a gas heater or pipes, or the gas meter, then turn off all of the gas appliances in the house, and ask Lucas Plumbing how to turn off the gas meter at the mains. Your safety is our primary concern.

How do we detect the gas leaks?

Our qualified gas fitters will attend your premises and using sophisticated equipment such as manometer kits, and aqua leak detectors, Lucas Plumbing and Gas Solutions will set out to determine where the leak is.

Our expert gas fitters prefer the use of the following equipment:

  • Plumtest Digital Manometer Kit
  • Micro CD100 combustible gas detector
  • Rothenberger Roleak aqua leak detector set


Gas Leak Repairs Adelaide

Once the Gas leak has been detected then we can make sure that the gas leak is fixed correctly, so there is no remaining gas leak. After the repair to the gas leak has been performed we will then perform a gas leak test, to make sure that the leak no longer exists.
Gas leaks can occur in many areas, including the joins, corroded or broken gas lines. Our gas detection equipment will find the leak in any of these areas, and we can then begin repairing the gas leak.


Where can gas leaks occur?

There are many places around the home that a gas leak could occur, and these could be caused by any number of factors.

You might find a gas leak coming from your oven, or stove, gas heater, hot water system, gas meter or at any point through your premises.

It is important to make sure that any gas leak is found and repaired as quickly as possible. Unsafe gas appliances such as gas heating with leaks can produce a highly poisonous gas called carbon monoxide (CO). Having a professional gas fitter detect and fix any leaks in your gas lines is important to get done promptly.


What are the common signs of a gas leak?

The most common signs of a gas leak include:

  • A strong, unpleasant smell similar to rotten eggs.
  • Hissing or whistling sounds near gas appliances or pipelines.
  • Dead or discolored vegetation near underground gas lines.
  • Visible gas leaks, such as bubbles in standing water.
  • Physical symptoms like dizziness, headaches, nausea, or difficulty breathing.
What should I do if I suspect a gas leak in my home or business?

If you suspect a gas leak, take the following steps:

  • Evacuate the premises immediately and move to a safe distance.
  • Avoid using electrical appliances, lighters, or any devices that may generate a spark.
  • Call your local gas company or emergency services to report the leak.
  • Do not re-enter the building until it has been deemed safe by professionals.
How can I prevent gas leaks in my home or workplace?

To prevent gas leaks, follow these guidelines:

  • Schedule regular inspections and maintenance for gas appliances.
  • Ensure proper installation of gas appliances and pipelines.
  • Replace old or damaged gas lines and connectors.
  • Keep the area around gas appliances clean and well-ventilated.
  • Install gas detectors to alert you in case of a leak.
What are the potential dangers of a gas leak?

Gas leaks pose several dangers, including:

  • Fire or explosion due to the ignition of gas.
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning, which can be life-threatening.
  • Damage to property or infrastructure.
  • Environmental hazards, such as soil and groundwater contamination.
How do professionals detect and locate gas leaks?

Professionals use various methods to detect gas leaks, including:

  • Electronic gas detectors that can identify gas concentrations in the air.
  • Ultrasonic leak detectors that sense sound waves produced by leaking gas.
  • Infrared cameras that can visualize gas leaks.
  • Leak detection fluids that create bubbles when applied to suspected leak areas.
What are the common causes of gas leaks in residential and commercial properties?

Common causes of gas leaks include:

  • Damaged or corroded gas lines and connectors.
  • Poorly maintained or improperly installed gas appliances.
  • Accidental damage during construction or excavation work.
  • Natural disasters, such as earthquakes or landslides.
How long does it take to repair a gas leak, and what is the process involved?

The time it takes to repair a gas leak depends on the severity and location of the leak. The process typically involves:

  • Identifying and locating the leak using specialized equipment.
  • Turning off the gas supply to the affected area.
  • Repairing or replacing the damaged components.
  • Testing the repairs to ensure no further leaks exist.
Can I use any DIY methods to detect and repair gas leaks?

DIY methods for detecting gas leaks, such as using soapy water, can be unreliable and risky. It is strongly recommended to rely on professional services for detecting and repairing gas leaks, as they have the necessary expertise and equipment to ensure safety and accuracy.

What steps can I take to maintain my gas appliances and prevent future leaks?

To maintain your gas appliances and prevent leaks:

  • Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for installation, use, and maintenance.
  • Schedule regular inspections and tune-ups by qualified professionals.
  • Keep the area around gas appliances clean and uncluttered
  • Ensure proper ventilation for all gas appliances.
  • Replace any damaged, worn, or outdated components.
  • Install carbon monoxide detectors near gas appliances to alert you of potential leaks.
How often should I schedule professional inspections for gas leaks and appliance maintenance?

It is recommended to schedule professional inspections and maintenance for gas appliances and systems at least once a year. However, the frequency may vary depending on factors such as the age of your appliances, local regulations, and the specific recommendations of the appliance manufacturer. Regular inspections help ensure the safe and efficient operation of your gas appliances and reduce the risk of gas leaks.



Lucas Plumbing and Gas Services is the plumber Adelaide trusts for a wide range of services. Not only do we deal with cctv drain camera inspections (drain camera inspections), but we can also do:

  • Gas Fitting
  • Leaking Taps
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Hot Water Units (Rinnai hot water is our preferred brand)
  • Heat Pumps
  • Residential and Commercial plumbing services

along with kitchen renovations, bathroom renovations and project management.