Quick Answer: How Do I Turn Off The Gas To My House PG&E?

How do I turn off the gas to my furnace?

To shut down your gas furnace, turn off the gas valve supplying fuel to the system and its pilot light.

You should see the pilot go out.

Make sure you leave a note reminding yourself to turn the gas back on in the fall so that your heating system can get back to work heating your home..

Where is the main gas shut off valve in my house?

Your main shut off valve is located just before the gas meter. This is called your “street side valve”. On the inside of your house, where the pipe enters your house, you can find your “house side valve.” This ball valve is attached to a black iron pipe.

Should you turn off the gas after an earthquake?

After an earthquake, unless you smell gas inside your home, do not turn off your gas. If you turn off your meter needlessly, it may be days before the gas company is able to restore your natural gas service.

How do you know if a valve is open or closed?

When the handle of a ball valve is parallel to the valve or pipe, it’s open. When it’s perpendicular, it’s closed. This makes it easy know if a ball valve is open or closed, just by looking at it.

Does PG&E turn off gas?

Get help lighting or turning off your gas pilot lights PG&E gas service technicians are available to safely turn off or relight your appliance pilot lights. The service is available to any of our single-family or multifamily residence gas customers.

Can I turn my gas back on myself?

NOTE: Once you have shut off the gas at the meter, do not try to turn it back on yourself. If the gas service shutoff valve is closed, PG&E or another qualified professional should perform a safety inspection before the gas service is restored and appliance pilots are relit.

How do you know if a gas valve is off?

These valves make it easy to tell if they are open or closed. In the open position (gas is flowing) the handle (lever) will be parallel with the pipe, when it is closed (gas not flowing) the handle (lever) will be perpendicular to the pipe. This should make it easy for you to tell if the gas is on, or off.

How long should I air out my house after gas leak?

You need to let the house ventilate for a few hours to ensure all the gas is out. If the smell is faint, a few doors and windows near your kitchen should be fine. If it’s potent and has spread to rooms outside of the kitchen, open all of your exterior doors and windows.

What does S and O mean on gas valve?

To allow a gas to be contained within a cylinder a valve is usually fitted into. Typically this can mean a minimum service life of at least years for many valves, however,. It does not need to be removed for access to the valve. The wetted area is sealed against the spindle by an ‘O’ ring(s) located around the spindle.