Regular Tune ups and repairs of gas heating systems are critical for continued operating efficiency.
Regular inspections and checks on operating performance are easily completed by our service technicians, generally without affecting the operation of the system or inconveniencing those in the living space. Such inspections are invaluable to highlight if further attention is needed, preventing costly unplanned repairs or frustration to the building’s occupants.
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Gas Heater Maintenance
To ensure that your gas heater is operating at its full potential, we recommend that the 15-Point Comprehensive Gas Heater Maintenance Tune up is conducted every 12 months.
This is because your system is continually circulating air and the fan will get dust build up. We will also check the gas burning pressures and complete a carbon monoxide test to ensure your ducted heating system is operating correctly.
Our experienced technicians deliver maintenance Tune up of the highest standard. They are all accredited in their field of expertise and strive to ensure all services are carried out to our customer’s satisfaction.
It’s recommend to have a regular Ducted heating service done to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by faulty gas appliances.
Why Does your heater need Maintenance?
We all want to feel safe in our homes, as we should. But what if your old gas heater is costing you more money and could be making you and your family ill?
As the seasons change and we begin to turn on our heaters, be conscious if you or anyone in your home is experiencing any of the below symptoms, or worsened symptoms particularly when the heater is on. If so, there may be a faulty gas heater releasing carbon monoxide into your home. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning mimic those of a flu and can include:
There are multiple ways to mitigate your risk from carbon monoxide poisoning. The most prominent is ensuring that your heater is serviced regularly (at least every two years) by a trained and qualified technician.
Further, installing carbon monoxide alarms are another option, but without industry standards in Australia, you’ll want to be sure the alarm is certified to meet either European (EN50291) or US (UL2034) standards.
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15 Point Test
Carbon Monoxide Test
Test carbon monoxide levels and provide report reading, ensuring your family is not at risk of carbon monoxide pollution.
We will clean the dust build up from the fan motor assembly.
We will check and clean the flame sensor on the Gas Heater
We will check the igniter and adjust the spark gaps in the Heating unit (where required)
We will check the capacitor to ensure the motor is operating within the specified current range.
Gass Burner Pressure
We will check the gas burner pressures and set correctly (where required)
We will check the flue is operating correctly and taking away harmful gasses from the system.
Inspect electrical circuit, check all connections any wear and tear. and everything is tightened and safe
Visually inspect duct work for proper airflow, determining that there are no faults or blockages for optimum airflow.
Return Air Filtration & Grille
Examine air filtration, so that your furnace is operating at maximum efficiencyand clean the return air grill with special chemicals to prevent bacteria spreading
Return Air Cavity
We will check the return air cavity is sealed correctly
Test voltage and amperage draw, to ascertain that your furnace unit is not overdrawing current and wasting power.
Inspect heat exchanger mounting level.
Calibration of your thermostat, to ensure your home is kept at a comfortable temperature all year round.
Full Function Test
We will complete a full gas heater service function test.
Supply system report upon maintenance completion.
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Gas heaters should always be maintained and installed by a professionally qualified technician. If maintained improperly, an unsafe heater can lead to house fires or release air pollutants directly into your home, which can lead to poor indoor air pollution and have an impact on your health. These air pollutants include carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide is both colourless and odourless and high levels of intoxication can be extremely dangerous. The level of air pollutants varies depending on multiple factors including proper use of your heater and how often it is serviced. Carbon monoxide has many effects, but most prominent are its ability to restrict your oxygen levels and impair thinking and reflexes.
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