With so many energy options on the market, it’s hard to know which one is right for you to power your home. But if you’re sick of high electricity bills and maybe want to do a complete appliance overhaul, gas could be a really appealing alternative. Gas stoves, heaters, and hot water systems are all efficient substitutes for electricity power.
For all your gas fitting and gas leak needs, you can rely on Service Today’s qualified, certified, trained, and licensed gas plumbers, based in Melbourne and around your local area. They’re on call around the clock and can be at your door ready to help with anything you need now. We’ve been the number one choice gas plumbing services provider for Melbourne homes for over 10 years. So you can trust that we know just what your new gas appliances need, how to find those hidden leaks, or what to do when your heater needs a service.
Our team of professional technicians is skilled and backed by 25 years of experience, so you can rest assured that Service Today delivers only the best quality gas fitter and that offers compliance certificates upon job completion. Call our 24/7 customer service team now for an expert plumbing service you can trust, on 1300 859 383 or book your service online today.
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If you’re thinking about making the switch to gas but you’re not sure if it’s the right decision for you, call the experts at Service Today now. We can help you make the choice that will suit your home perfectly, and we’ll take care of all your fittings, installations, services and maintenance.
For the more reliable power alternative, get in touch with our friendly customer service team on 1300 725 760 and we’ll guide you on your gas journey with us today.
Pipe sizing is definitely an important process to make sure that your gas appliances are working properly and adequately as they’re supposed to. Our experienced and skilled gas plumbers will measure your gas systems and guarantee that your appliances have enough of an energy source to power your home.
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The first thing to do if you have a burst or leaking pipe is to turn the water off at its source or the main water supply, located just inside the property boundary. In an apartment, this may be below the laundry or kitchen sink. This will stop (or at least reduce) the water flow prior to your technician arriving on site.
Toilets can be turned off via the tap located close to the cistern, or sometimes inside the cistern itself. In some cases, sinks and basins may have a shut off located under the sink.
Leaks can be one of the major reasons for increased water bills. Service Today can help with any water or pipe leak detection, but there is also a simple test you can carry out yourself to check if there is a leak in your home.
Note: this test should be conducted over a 30-minute period, during which time no water is being used on the property.
Find your water meter, which is usually located in front of the home in a covered box near the street.
Write down the numbers indicated on the meter at the start of this test.
Return to check the meter reading after 30 minutes have passed.
If the numbers have not changed, you most likely do not have a leak in your pressurised water system.
Shut off the valves under all toilets in the house, and repeat steps 1-3.
If the numbers have not changed, it seems that your pipe and toilet systems do not have a leak.
If the numbers have changed, this indicates water being consumed – even though water was not actually being used during the test. In this case, it is highly recommended that you call Service Today and arrange for a professional leak detection to be conducted on your property.
Since gas is a highly flammable substance, gas leaks need to be treated with urgency. In the event of a suspected gas leak, follow these steps:
Locate your gas meter, which is normally found at the front of your property. It will have a yellow handle that you need to turn 90 degrees, so that it sits perpendicular with the gas pipe. That will shut off the gas supply coming into the home.
Call Service Today immediately and book a technician to come and inspect the property ASAP.
It could be several things, however it’s possible that you have a water leak coming from somewhere. Your best option is to arrange for a Service Today representative to carry out leak detection on your property, as the cause of the mark could be one of a few things.
It appears you may be experiencing ‘water hammer’. Water hammer is caused by vibrations in pipes that are not secured properly. This can often be fixed with arrestors, so give Service Today a call and get one of our expert technicians to inspect your piping and determine the cause of the noise.