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Some municipalities, depending on the work you are doing, may require an inspection, a sealed letter, and/or a certificate of a drop test or gas check - to be performed by a licensed gas specialist.

During our inspection we will review the gas and venting system to make sure that it meets current codes, and depending on the request of the building department, we can provide a certificate or written letter by the master qualifier.

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We are called often by various contractors who need a gas specialist to perform and document a leak test, or often referred to as a Drop Test. 

To perform the test we must tap into the gas line, shut down the service or make sure no appliances are in operation, perform a leak test and a site inspection, record the results, and provide a signed certificate of the test results and information. 

The test certificate will be given on site and the copy or the original may be given to your inspector. 

We have been providing this service for many years.

This service must be done by a licensed gas professional for the certificate of the test is a legal document.

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The most common call for a letter we receive is from roofers or people installing a new roof. Because there is usually a gas hot water heater with a vent/flue pipe that protrudes through the roof. And during a new roof inspection, a gas professional must provide a signed letter stating that the vent meets current codes. 

Sometimes they do not meet code and we have to replace flue piping in addition to a signed letter.

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Another common call we receive for a gas system check and certificate is for food trucks.

Usually people registering or applying for a food truck license must have the truck inspected and approved. And occasionally we perform inspections and a system check and will provide a certificate on the site with the results for you to take to the county or city for the inspector.  

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Another service and document we provide is a Cathodic Protection Survey for underground propane tanks. Because the soil will corrode the steel shell of the propane tank eventually, during a new tank installation we must install a galvanic sacrificial anode bag. The soil will attack this sacrificial anode bag before it starts corroding the steel tank. These anode bags must be installed properly in order to provide protection for the tank and also must be periodically maintained and/or replaced. By code this survey must be performed at 6 months and at 12 months after a new underground tank installation, and every 3 years after that. The survey we perform on the soil will indicate the level or severity of the electrolysis in the soil, which will direct us to the areas that need attention or additional protection, in order to extend the life of the propane tank.

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