As we continue to strive to be the best gas installers Cape Town has to offer, we would like to share information regarding the current state of emergency surrounding COVID-19 in South Africa.
Although ensuring that our clients are aware of gas safety, it’s equally important to us that our clients and residents of South Africa are well-informed on how to stay safe from the virus.
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Understanding the importance of gas safety and the need for a flame failure device is extremely important for any individual who makes use of gas appliances in their home or business.
A flame failure device is a key feature in your appliances which enhances gas safety and prevention of injury.
The Gas Works continues striving to be the most reputable gas installers Cape Town has to offer its residents.
This is a big dream, but we know we can make it happen with the ongoing support from our customers who continue to choose us as their preferred installers of gas appliances in Cape Town.
Knowing how to identify the signs of a gas leak can save you and your family from potential injury caused by inhalation of fumes as well as other risks associated with leaking gas.
Natural gas is highly flammable and can pose a serious fire and explosion risk as well as carbon monoxide poisoning in humans and animals alike.
Due to rising electricity costs, many South African homeowners are choosing gas appliances for their homes as a means to minimise their monthly running costs, but few are aware of the importance of gas certification.
Among many others, the cost benefits of gas make it one of the best options when it comes to energy sources and soon, it may replace oil as the leading source of power generation.
With the many benefits of using gas appliances in your home, you may finally be considering making the switch from electrical appliances and wondering, “are indoor gas heaters safe to use?”.
Many people have burning questions about the safety of gas heaters and other appliances in the home.
In this article, we aim to answer any questions you may have related to the safety of using gas heaters to warm your home.
With the recent launch of Pay Gas in Cape Town, it’s no longer necessary to fill your gas with a minimum of 5 kilograms.
The Pay Gas initiative was launched as a means to make a safer, cleaner form of energy more accessible and affordable for those living in underdeveloped communities.
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As much as many of us would like to deny it, winter is fast approaching us and this means our biggest priority is staying warm and cosy.
So, this is a good time to start thinking about how exactly you plan to take that unwelcome winter chill out of your household.
Many South African homeowners rely on electricity for water heating, cooking as well as heating rooms, which usually results in a really high electricity bill at the end of each month during winter.
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