Switching to gas is an easy process. If your property is located near one of our pipelines, it could be as simple as installing the gas line to your home to receive it. Start the process now by submitting a service request and you’ll be well on your way to tapping into more efficient energy.
If you don’t currently have a gas line to your house, don’t worry. We can easily connect you to a Roanoke Gas representative to investigate the level of construction needed to connect your home, then direct you to the best people to help you.
What do I do if I suspect a gas leak?
Immediately vacate the location and warn others to stay away.
Leave any door you may exit unlocked.
Do not operate any electrical switches and cease operation of any equipment, including garage door openers, vehicles or telephones.
Remain at a nearby safe location until an emergency responder arrives.
Do not go back to the immediate area until a responder says it is safe to do so.
Once at a safe location, call Roanoke Gas (540) 777-0623 or 911.
What are the symptoms of Carbon Monoxide exposure?
Dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, and other “flu-like” complaints
Severity of symptoms can vary due to age and general level of health as well as duration of exposure.