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Is Your Home Earthquake Ready?

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INCLUDES HANGER ATTACHMENT

(Hang Tool Near Gas Meter to

Keep it Handy in an Emergency)

 

Corrosion Resistant Zinc-plate Steel

 

MAIN GAS VALVE SHUT-OFF TOOL

Emergency Survival Tool

FITS 1/2”

VALVES

FITS 3/4”

VALVES

In the event of a gas leak after an earthquake, time is of the essence when turning off the valve supplying gas to your house.  To hopefully prevent an explosion or fire it is critical to always have a shut off tool handy near your gas meter valve.

Continuing an ongoing commitment to benefit our community, Mimi and Jon Torp are offering a complimentary Manual Gas Shutoff Tool to any Westside Los Angeles Homeowner without an automatic shutoff device on their gas line.

 

If you're not sure if you have an automatic seismic shutoff valve installed, we're happy to provide you with a shutoff tool.  If it turns out you do have an automatic seismic shutoff, kindly pass along the Emergency Tool to a friend or neighbor.

 

 

While many newer and remodeled homes, particularly those built after 1998 are equipped with automatic Seismic gas shutoff valves, unfortunately many older home are not.  This leaves them particularly vulnerable during a large earthquake or other natural disaster.

 

 

Request Valve Shutout Tool

 

 

Mimi and Jon Torp

COMPASS

11601 Wilshire Blvd Suite, Suite 101

Los Angeles, CA 90025

 

Tel: 310 622 7496

Email: MimiandJon@thetorps.com

 

Specializing in homes and condominiums in Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Beverlywood, Brentwood, Cheviot Hills, Holmby HIlls, Little Holmby, West Los Angeles, Sawtelle, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Westwood, West Hollywood.

 

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