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Carbon Monoxide

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How safe is your gas heater?

Co2 is a deadly gas that is colorless, odorless, and has no taste all these characteristics make Co2 very hard to detect.

The symptoms for co2 poisoning are very nonspecific this in turn delays the detection, people who are affected often feel like they have the flu due to the symptoms being slightly similar apart from the achy body and fever.

The person affected by co2 poisoning can find the symptoms can come and go and be worse at different time in the day.

If you notice that you and your family, work collages or even pets are displaying any of these symptoms please turn off your heaters and get them tested today.
Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning

  • Loss of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Flu like symptoms
  • Confusion

Get your heater serviced, checked and ready for winter today! Carbon monoxide testing is a must and should be carried out every 12 months.

We are fully licensed plumbers and gas fitters and are here to help you with your gas appliance servicing.

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Older suburbs like Brunswick or Richmond have old gal gas pipes and heaters that could be up to 50 years old if you live in one of these suburbs dont delay and call today.

Better plumbing solutions have the right tools to test you gas heaters and safe gaurd your family.
Signs of a faulty gas heater

There are some common signs to watch out for to diagnose if your gas heater is in need of repair, if you notice any of these signs or your just unsure its always best to get your heater looked by a llicensed plumber and gas fitter.

  • There is a yellow or sooty flame
  • The pilot light goes out without notice
  • The pilot light pops or bangs when lighting
  • Any sign of heat damage on the outer casing
  • The heater is very hot to touch in places where a lower temperature is normaly found
  • Any signs of soot stain on the heater or on the ceiling
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