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Keeping 1000’s of Sydney Homes Warm This Winter
First of all, checking gas pressures and all fans are operating correctly. Having your Everdure gas heater inspected and cleaned periodically by us who are your authorised Everdure gas heater service technicians. Benefits performance, help ensure safe operation, minimise any potential down time and extend the life of your appliance. It is important that your gas heaters are only service by qualified technicians. In most cases, this means a licensed gas fitter or a factory technician.
We offer a complete end to end service from repairs and maintenance of your Everdure Gas Heaters. Helping you choose the right Everdure gas heating system for your home.
Gas Heater Service Sydney offer a fast and reliable Everdure gas heater service, will always be on time and consider no job too small. We endeavour to provide exceptional customer service and always leave a job neat and tidy.
Gas Heater Service Sydney are licenced and qualified gas plumbers, specialising in Everdure Gas Heater Service, Repairs, Installation and Maintenance. So for any emergency, give us a call.
Everdure’s range of radiant/convection heaters are the perfect heating choice. With such a long history of product reliability in the market you can’t go wrong with an Everdure Brigadier. The Brigadier is available in a number of colour options to suit your home and heating large open plan areas up to 90m2.
All our Everdure gas heaters are developed with safety in mind and are tested to ensure they comply with the Australian Standards. The Everdure gas heater monitors the level of oxygen in the room and if the level becomes low, the heater will automatically shut off so the oxygen level can restore itself. The front grill is removable, so you are easily able to open the heater and wipe or vacuum dust that accumulates inside. Everdure’s range of radiant/convection heaters are the perfect heating choice. Keep the winter chill at bay with our Everdure great range of gas heaters. The ideal choice if you have a gas mains supply, a gas heater can look great and keep you warm all winter long.
We have a wide selection of gas heaters from top brands such as Everdure and more. You can choose the look you want, the features you want, and the heating capacity you want, for the perfect solution to your home heating needs.
It is very important that you understand the correct and safe operation of your Everdure gas heaters. If you don’t have the owner’s manual, most gas appliance manufacturers have them available for downloading on their web sites.
Key warning signs that your Everdure gas heater requires servicing are a yellow or red flame, a flame with a yellow burning tip, the accumulation of yellow/brown soot around the appliance, pilot lights that frequently blow out or an acrid smell and eye irritation.
The exceptions to this are gas fireplaces and gas log fires that are designed to have yellow flames. The result is that you could be wasting gas and/or generating carbon monoxide. Depending on the make and model of gas heater, you may be able to clean the air filter yourself. Gas regulators have a limited life span. Incorrect gas pressure can affect the amount of oxygen drawn into the burner with the gas.
Turn off the gas at the source. At the meter for natural gas or at the cylinders for LPG gas users, but only if safe to do so. Avoid contact with any visible gas cylinder leak, as the gas stream can cause cold burns. Keep people away from the affected area until the gas dissipates. Properly functioning gas appliances are quite safe.
If you experience any signs of carbon monoxide poisoning while operating your Everdure gas heaters, you should stop using it until it is serviced by our gas fitters.
You need to schedule regular servicing for your Everdure gas heaters. If you notice anything damaged or abnormal in the operation, look or smell of the appliance, it is best to call us right away. Gas Heater Service Sydney offers emergency call out 24/7 on all your gas heater needs. Contact us immediately. You may also visit our official Facebook page.
When choosing a heater for your home, many factors should be considered to ensure you have made the right choice. The everdure lancer can heat up large open plan areas up to 52m2. With standard convection louvers to direct the flow of warm air, and easy to use push button control panel.
Everdure’s range of radiant/convection heaters are the perfect heating choice. With such a long history of product reliability in the market you can’t go wrong with an Everdure Brigdier. The Brigadier is available in a number of colour options to suit your home and heating large open plan areas up to 90m2.
Given that cooling and heating amounts to approximately 23% of energy usage in an average Australian household, it is crucial for homeowners to consider their heating requirements and pick a system that promises the right amount of warmth and comfort whilst avoiding high energy bills.
Gas heaters are cheaper and environment-friendly as compared to electric heaters. At the same time, it can heat large spaces quickly, thus, reducing energy bills by up to 60%. So, gas heating is the best solution if you prefer the best in safety, comfort and energy efficiency.
The best thing about Everdure gas heaters is that these include two types of heating: convection and radiant. The convection fan blows warm air into every nook and corner of the room, while the radiant panel heats people and objects in the room, creating a warm and cosy ambience in just half the time as other heaters. Thus, they can save almost 60% of your heating bills.
Everdure’s most renowned range of gas heaters incorporates 2 types of heating: radiant and convection. The radiant panel heats objects in the room, including people, and the convection fan blows warm air into every corner of the room. With two types of heating in operation, your living space becomes warm and cosy in half the time. Everdure radiant/convection heaters are equipped with a 3 year warranty and all the safety features to give you peace of mind.
It has convection louvers and these louvers direct the flow of warm air into the room, keeping you nice and warm all winter. Also, easy control panels to select the level of heat desired. Lastly, all our heaters are developed with safety in mind and are tested to ensure they comply with the Australian Standards.
First of all, the regulator covered with frost is the problem. It freezes the gas and the gas line up. But, usually this only occurs when it has been exposed to subfreezing (in the teens) temperature for a long period of time. The quick fix, is to soak a bath towel in hot water, ring it out and quickly wrap it around the regulator. Once it thaws, the gas will start flowing again and you can light the burner.
Generally, once flowing and being used, it won’t freeze up again, right a way. So most propane companies add ethanol to the propane in the winter, to help keep it from freezing in the lines and the regulator.
You need to change the injectors, pressure adjusted and aeration adjusted. You need tools and pressure gauge to do this. Then leak test is a must. Any gas appliance should serviced by a licensed gas plumber.
Depending on the age of heater parts may not be available but you can check with a plumber supply or manufacturer. It may be better to sell the heater and buy the same heater in natural gas version. LPG gas heaters generally sell for more money than the natural gas version so this is more economical than having it converted.
Some heaters have to be “warmed up” by holding the button down for approx. 30 seconds after it lights. These are ones with whats called a “thermocouple”. The thermocouple has to remain a certain temp. or the unit will shut off. If the thermocouple goes bad, a replacement is a must.
The burner flames from your natural gas furnace should look blue or almost completely blue. A healthy natural gas furnace flame has a roaring blue flame with a light blue triangle in its centre. There may be a tiny tip of yellow. A blue flame indicates safe and efficient combustion, meaning that the gas burned efficiently and not being wasted. Blue flames are hotter and indicate more complete combustion.
If your flame is yellow or orange, or if you see pops of yellow or orange, that is a sign that you have a combustion problem that should addressed by a professional. Long streaks of any colour, such as yellow, orange, or green means your furnace needs adjustment or cleaning from a professional HVAC technician.
In newer appliances, ignition is always based by a sparking device or a glow bar instead of a pilot light. In furnaces and water heaters, and in some ranges and dryers, the pilot light accompanies a safety device called a thermocouple — a heat sensor that turns the gas off if the pilot flame extinguished. Newer gas appliances have igniters that start the pilot light as needed.
Some older appliances may not have a safety device to turn the gas off when the pilot’s extinguished. With any gas-fired appliance, if a strong smell of gas is present, do not try to relight the pilot or turn the appliance on, or turn any lights on or off. Get out of the house, leaving the door open, and call the gas company or the fire department immediately to report a leak.
If your home gets heat from a forced-air heating system, a furnace or a heat pump is at the heart of it. Here we look at how to handle furnace problems from a furnace working poorly to a furnace not working at all.
If possible, also slide out the fan unit, clean each fan blade with a toothbrush, and then vacuum with a brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner. While you’re at it, look for oil ports on the motor, normally located near the motor shaft. If the motor has these, apply two to three drops of non-detergent motor oil into each port (you may have to remove a cover plate to do this). Though most contemporary motors don’t require lubrication, do lubricate motors with oil ports once a year.
The thermocouple is the copper rod you see the pilot flame hitting. It’s a safety device that controls a small valve to shut off gas going to the pilot light if the flame goes out. If it didn’t shut the gas valve, all that gas could get into your home. If ignited, it’d cause an explosion. So, the thermocouple is like a lifeguard, standing watch until something goes wrong.
A broken thermocouple, it will shut the valve even if the pilot light was working fine. And you won’t be able to open the valve manually, either. A professional HVAC contractor needs to replace the thermocouple if that’s the case. Don’t worry, they’re inexpensive.
Your gas heater flame sensor is a safety feature that regulates the flow of gas coming into your gas heater. Basically, its job is to shut off the gas valve if your gas burners don’t light. This prevents a dangerous buildup of raw gas in your home. If it stops working properly, it will shut down your gas heater as a safety measure—meaning you’ll be left without heat mid-winter.
Cleaning your gas heater is essential to maintain efficient performance. Dirt can waste gas, severely hamper its operation, and even become a safety hazard. Poorly maintained heaters can cause a fire in your home or emit dangerous fumes that can affect the health of your family. As long as you clean the parts you can – every two to three months is recommended – and have it regularly serviced by a licensed gas fitter, a gas heater should be safe and incredibly efficient. Always refer to your users manual for instructions on how to – and what you can – clean on your particular model.
Get an authorised gas fitter to clean the pilot light equipment, remove the bracket that secures the copper thermocouple and pilot light assembly, unscrew the nuts that hold the thermocouple and pilot gas line, and place the thermocouple and the pilot on top of an old, but clean, towel.
Use a wire brush to scrub any soot stains from the pilot, using an air compressor if necessary to remove debris from the tip. Give the thermocouple a brush too, before replacing it all, making sure to tighten the nuts adequately. Prosecution for unauthorised gas fitting work may occur, so may sure the gas fitter is authorised.
If your heater smells like gas this could be caused by a leak in the exchanger. There aren’t any normal reasons for your heater to smell like gas. If the smell is coming from the air ducts a leak in the heat exchanger is the most likely cause. If this happens you should turn your heater off immediately and call a heater repair company.
A faulty gas heater can cause serious problems. Carbon monoxide is an odourless gas so you won’t smell it if it is leaking from your heater. However, other smells can be indicative of more serious problems.
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