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The Gas Works offers high quality gas installations in Cape Town while adhering to strict health and safety regulations.
However, with the current nationwide lockdown, the scope of our services has been reduced, requiring us to make the necessary, temporary adjustments to our offerings.
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.
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.
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.
Depending on your peak gas usage, it is wise to keep up to a month's supply of gas as replacement for your already connected gas bottles.
Depleted gas bottles should be replenished as soon as they are empty and you should not wait until you run out of spare gas to do so.
A registered gas installer is required by law. And every home with a gas installation is required to have a gas certificate of compliance, proving that the gas installation is safe and legally conforms to South African gas regulations (SANS regulation 10087-1:2013).
Incidentally, a gas certificate of compliance (COC) is also required when you sell your house, so it make sense to have your gas installation done correctly and legally the first time.
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