Need a Gas Plumber Canberra?
Jet Blast Plumbing is readily available for all your gas plumbing needs. Our local Canberra Plumber has over 30 years of plumbing experience and is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. Servicing Canberra, Queanbeyan and surrounds, our local experience ensures a quick response time by a fully qualified and experienced plumber.
Living in Canberra, we all rely heavily on our gas appliances to get us through the year and most especially the colder months. Be sure to treat your appliances with caution and call our expert gas plumber Canberra for any gas fitting, repairs or installations.
Our Canberra Gas Plumber can assist with the following gas services.
✓ Gas Appliance Installation
Whether a new gas stove, gas oven, gas hot plate or gas heater, our local Canberra gas plumber is completely equipped to install your gas appliance. With extensive experience and available at your convenience, allow Jet Blast Plumbing to safely and properly install your new gas appliance at a time that suits you.
✓ Gas Repairs
Available 24 hrs/7 days, our Gas Plumber is available for any emergency gas installation, repair and gas fitting services in Canberra. Attending to any Gas repairs immediately is the best course of action to ensure the safety of your family, pets and your home.
✓ Leak detection
If you suspect a gas leak, be sure to call our Canberra Gas Plumber immediately to ensure that your home is safely checked for a gas leak. Our expert plumber will perform a leak pressure test to ensure that your service does not pose a safety threat in your home. If a leak is detected, our Gas Plumber will efficiently repair your gas service and give you peace of mind in a timely manner.
Gas Leaks can be extremely dangerous so even if you have a mild suspicion, you should have it addressed by our Canberra Gas Plumber immediately. Natural gas has no smell, which means a small leak would be impossible to detect. A hissing sound is not always present either. That’s why your utility company adds a harmless chemical, to the gas. It smells like sulphur, or rotten eggs, to help you identify gas leaks. But you may not smell anything if the leak is very small.
It is also important to avoid storing or using flammable chemicals near operating appliances and avoid tampering with fittings like safety valves or gas hoses.