June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month

At DeNova Detect, our priority is your safety. Here are some helpful natural gas safety tips to share with your family and community.

Signs of a Gas Leak

  • Rotten egg smell
  • Dying house plants
  • Bubbles in standing water
  • Visible damage to gas line or meter
  • Hissing noise around natural gas pipe, meter, or appliance

If You Suspect a Gas Leak

  • Evacuate your home or building to a safe area
  • Call 911 or your gas provider's 24-hour emergency line
  • DO NOT turn on/off electronics, appliances, lights, air conditioning, or ignition sources. Natural gas is highly flammable & can be ignited by heat, sparks, or flames.

IMPORTANT: Conduct regular maintenance on all your natural gas appliances. Doing so helps identify and prevent natural gas leaks before it’s too late.

Why Every Home Needs a Natural Gas Leak Detector

Natural gas is relatively safe, efficient, and convenient, but sometimes incidents happen. The best way to maintain your peace of mind and know if there is a leak in your home is with a natural gas detector.


Free Natural Gas Alarms to Be Distributed to Homes Near R.M. Palmer Explosion Site
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