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Earthquake Gas Shut Off Valves In Campbell

Protect Your Family With An Emergency Gas Shut Off Installation

Living in California, the threat of an earthquake is always there and looming beneath the surface. Although you may only think about some of the various ways an earthquake could affect your home, there are others you may not think about. For example, your gas lines could be at risk in the event of an earthquake, which is why you should take extra precautions to protect your home. At CMS Plumbing, our Campbell plumbers can help you install an earthquake gas shut off valve on your property. In some cases, homeowners insurance policies will give you a deduction for having one installed.

To learn more about what it looks like to be prepared, please call us today at (408) 669-4222 to speak to a Campbell earthquake plumber from CMS Plumbing.

Why Is An Earthquake Shut Off Valve Important?

Whether or not you have personally experienced an earthquake or you want to take proactive measures, earthquakes do occur and it is better to be safe than sorry. During an earthquake, your gas lines could potentially be damaged, leading to gas leaks, explosions, or fires. A Campbell earthquake gas shut off valve is a cutoff switch that reacts to any type of seismic activity and stops the flow of gas.

We Are Licensed To Provide The Following Earthquake Gas Shut Off Valve Services:

Emergency Shut Off Valve Services In San Jose

If an earthquake were to occur, an emergency shut off valve gives you the peace of mind that your home is safe from broken gas lines. Our plumbers and technicians are trained to provide comprehensive earthquake gas shut-offs in Campbell, Sacramento and San Jose. When it comes to your home, there is no room for error. Let us help you take the proper measures to prevent damaged and hazardous gas lines.

If you would like to schedule a free consultation, please contact our Campbell emergency gas shut off valve plumbers at (408) 669-4222 to help you better prepare for earthquakes.