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Make sure to have your gas fittings installed right
With daylight savings fast approaching, we will see shorter days and colder weather here before we know it, and with colder weather comes the clicking and switching on of heating around the homes of many Australians.
What seems like an innocent act can quickly become fatal for the safety of you and your family if your gas connections have not been properly installed. When it comes to gas fittings in your home it is essential that all connections are monitored and assessed prior to being turned on.
We recommend looking at your heater connection or other gas connections in your home, observing the quality of the connection, and always keeping a nose out for any gas like smells. Gas like smells are always your number one indicator that something may not be quite right. If you do notice a gas like smell even after disconnecting your gas connection you really need to contact your local plumber straight away.
Keep in mind that gas connections can range from heating, to stove tops, and all the way through to hot water systems, so make sure you are aware of the gas connections in your home.
Faulty gas connections are not something which should be taken lightly, as if left unattended can soon lead into something much worse in a short amount of time.
At Curran Plumbing our plumbers are not only well equipped to take care of all your plumbing needs we are also available to provide expert knowledge and advice when it comes to the gas connections in your home.
If you are concerned about your homes gas connections contact our friendly team today on 1300 135 355 and ensure your family is safe this winter.