What about Safety? Safety is Paramount

As from 1997, only registered LP Gas installers shall install and maintain LP Gas installations. This is relevant to all fitted gas appliances. In addition, home owners selling their homes are required to provide a Certificate of Compliance for all fitted gas appliances. These may only be issued by registered LP Gas installers. The LP Gas Association of South Africa is the body responsible for training and registering all installers in South Africa. They have also implemented several schemes to assist with LP Gas safety in South Africa including: Issuing safety regulations, Testing cylinders for safety and conformance and Testing appliances for safety and conformance. LP Gas Whilst LP Gas is considered a hazardous substance, stringent quality and safety standards are adhered to in South…

So Why Switch to Gas?

With LP Gas you only pay for what you use – it is instantly on and off, unlike electricity. When cooking with LP Gas the energy used goes directly into cooking – instant heating and cooling. LP Gas is completely safe when used correctly – LP Gas is designed in such a way that you will be forewarned should a risk be present. With a supply of LP Gas at hand, you are not influenced by power interruptions and shortages. Approved gas appliances are robust and long-lasting. LP Gas is well-suited for use indoors as it is inherently clean and burns without smoke. The demand for fitted gas appliances impacts the resale value of your home positively.

Why Gas Water Heaters & Cooking Appliances are becoming Vogue?

It’s only since about 2008 that the interest in alternative energy sources, became a top-of-mind, topic of conversation in many households. This was as a result of the impact on our lifestyles and inconvenience suffered as a result of the real issues being experienced by Eskom, (read = Load-shedding) were brought to our very doors. Add to this the ever escalating cost of electricity, with erratic supply thrown in. Since then the issues have only compounded themselves, and the reality is that it probably get worse before it gets any better and appears it will stay with us for some time to come. Given that a large portion of electricity bills are attributed to heating water in electric geyser, Gas water heaters (Geysers as they…

THE NEW DEWHOT CONSTANTLY HOT

One of the limitations of the standard natural draft units is that the faster the flow the lower the temperature. This meant that if you ran two showers they were too cold or if you ran one it was too hot. Forced fan constant temperature units are available that counteract this but the fan runs off mains power and this means during load shedding you have no hot water. Introducing new to the South African market our 16lt natural draft, constant temperature unit.It requires no mains power and irrespective of Eskom will supply 16-5lt/min water at a CONSTANT TEMPERATURE. You set the required temperature on its digital control and whether you are running a bath, shower, two showers, kitchen or basin tap the temperature remains…