Tradition of Service Excellence
Kalamunda Plumbing, Your Trusted Partner for Reliable Gas Fitting Work.
At Kalamunda Plumbing, we’ve been carrying out gas fitting work across Kalamunda, Mundaring and Swan for many years. Our customers choose us because of the honest upfront pricing (no hidden surprises), our friendly and knowledgeable team, and our tradition of Service Excellence since 1954.
Gas Fitting Services We Offer
Looking for a specific gas fitting service? At Kalamunda Plumbing, we offer a range of gas fitting services including installation, maintenance, and repair. We are experienced with all forms of gas fitting. The below lists the most common gas fitting work requests we receive.
- LPG and Natural Gas
- LPG Cylinders – Installation or Relocation
- Gas Hot Water Units – Installation, Service and Repairs
- Gas Stoves, Cooktops and Barbecues– Installation
- Gas Leak Detection and Repairs
Don't Cut Corners, Safety Matters!
A substandard gas installation can have fatal consequences and it is certainly not worth risking your life. Unfortunately, gas leaks, gas related explosions and fire incidents continue to occur frequently in households. The very nature of gas incidents often causes irreparable bodily harm and can even lead to fatalities.
When it comes to gas appliances in your home, the number one thing you want is safety. Doing gas work yourself or hiring someone who does not have proper training can cause severe consequences, such as exposure to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and other hazards.
Get a Licenced Gas Fitter for The Job
In Australia, the person doing gas work must be licensed. Licenses are only issued to gas fitters meeting stringent competency levels to ensure hazard free gas installations.
At Kalamunda Plumbing, we have highly trained and licensed gas fitters who follow our rigorous safety protocols.
What is a Gas Compliance Certificate?
In short, professional gas compliance certificates ensure that all gas work in your home has been carried out by a licenced gas fitter and meets Australian safety standards.
Why Gas Compliance Certificates are required:
- Safety – Proof that all your gas appliances and systems are safe and secure.
- Future problems – Should problems arise in the future with your gas installations, the certificate is something to fall back on as it states who carried out the work.
- Warranty – Gas appliance and equipment manufacturers only honour warranty claims if an installation was carried out by a licenced gas fitter. The compliance certificate therefore offers proof for warranty claims.
- Insurance – Public liability and fire claims may not be accepted should there be any evidence of unlicensed gas installations.
It's Better to Be Safe Than Sorry
Doors need to be coated with a lick of paint every year. Solar panels need to be cleaned regularly to maintain peak performance. Your garage door needs to be serviced twice a year to open and close smoothly. The list goes on and on, so much so that you don't want to even think of any recurring home maintenance related things. But here is the thing. A faulty garage door, an underperforming solar panel and an unmaintained front door are all not life-threatening.
If you have faulty gas appliance in your house on the other hand, such as a gas leak, you could be inhaling dangerous levels of carbon monoxide or in a worst case scenario, endure an explosion in your home.
So for the sake of keeping yourself and your family safe, get your appliances serviced!
Frequently Asked Questions
A licensed gas fitter can install a variety of gas appliances, including gas heaters, cooktops, hot water systems, and gas fireplaces.
If you smell gas in your home, turn off the gas supply immediately, open windows for ventilation, and leave the house. Do not use any electrical switches, appliances, or flames, as this can cause an explosion. Call a licensed gas fitter to diagnose and resolve the issue.
It is recommended to have your gas appliances inspected for safety at least once a year by a licensed gas fitter. This can help ensure that your gas appliances are working properly and there are no gas leaks.
If you suspect a gas leak in your home, it is important to take immediate action. Some warning signs of a gas leak include:
- A strong smell of gas
- Hissing sounds near gas appliances or pipes
- Decreased performance of gas appliances
- Physical symptoms such as headaches, nausea, and dizziness
If you experience any of these warning signs, immediately call a licensed gas fitter. Quick action can help prevent safety hazards and ensure that your gas appliances are functioning properly.
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