Gas Safety

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Know What to Do

Learn how to keep yourself and your family safe around natural gas.

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I Smell Gas ...

If you smell gas, leave the building and call 1-800-880-7734 (PSEG) or 911 to report the problem. Discover how to detect gas leaks and how to prevent damage to natural gas lines on your property.

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Carbon Monoxide Safety

Learn about symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones against this odorless, colorless hazard.

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Gas Heater Safety

Safely troubleshoot basic gas heater problems, learn what to do if your system overheats, and find out when to call a technician.

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Gas Connector Safety

While gas appliances often function well with proper care and maintenance, it's important to be aware of hazards that can arise from improper use of, or defects in, gas connectors.

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Gas Home Safety Tips

Learn how to keep your home safe from winter complications and potential fire hazards.

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Appliance Safety

Learn how to keep your gas stove, gas dryer, or other gas appliances from becoming fire hazards.

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Safely Unclog Sewer Lines

Blocked Sewer? It could be an intersecting gas pipe. Learn what to do if you have one.

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Automatic Shutoff Devices (also known as Excess Flow Valves)

PSE&G is now offering the installation of Automatic Shutoff Devices, which are also known as Excess Flow Valves.

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Odor Fade

Protect yourself by learning about the conditions that may cause odorant to diminish so that it is not readily detectable.
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