If you notice any of these signs, call Craig’s Gas immediately for professional gas heater repairs.
- Brown or yellow soot near the heater.
- The heater is less warm than usual or not warm at all.
- Strange noises coming from the heating system.
- The wall or the surface around the heater become discoloured or hot.
- Pilot light blows out quite often.
- You notice peculiar smells similar to a rotten egg.
- Irritation in the eyes.
A gas leak can put your life at risk. If you notice any of these signs, be sure to turn off the gas main to stop the flow of gas.
Gas Heating System Repairs in Melbourne
The rules and regulations, as well as safety requirements, keep evolving in the heating industry. Carbon monoxide leakage is a safety hazard in gas heaters that must not be taken lightly. Things can quickly become dangerous for you and your family.
Our certified technicians can quickly spot any such leakage and take swift action to fix the hazard immediately.
As part of our gas heater service, we carry out a complete inspection of the performance and safety of your gas heater. This includes checking the gas line and all the internal components of the heater. We carry out a battery of tests including carbon monoxide test, gas supply pressure test and negative pressure testing.
Gas heaters are becoming technologically advanced boasting improved safety, energy efficiency and quiet. Our gas heater servicing technicians come equipped with an extensive stock of spares to fix your heating system quickly and efficiently.
Gas Heater Service in Melbourne
Without your gas heating system heating up your home, things could soon become uncomfortable. Servicing your system in a timely manner is the best way to reduce the likelihood of failure during the winter months.
We recommend having your heater serviced at least once a year. We service all kinds of gas heaters from ducted systems to space heaters & wall furnaces. Here are some of the tasks we perform as part of our gas heater service:
- Test and clean main burner.
- Test and clean pilot burner.
- Monitor overall performance of the unit.
- Test the gas pressure.
- Check heat exchanger for holes, cracks and Carbon monoxide leaks.
- Clean filters.
- Test carbon monoxide levels.
- Replace thermocouple (where applicable).
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