Rheem Gas Heater Service
Gas Heater Service Sydney your Rheem Gas Heater Service Specialists.
Our reliable tradespeople will carry out a Rheem gas heater service for you which includes: Checking gas pressures and all fans are operating correctly.
Having your Rheem gas heater inspected and cleaned periodically by us who are your authorised Rheem gas heater service technicians will benefit performance, help ensure safe operation, minimize any potential down time and extend the life of your appliance. It is important that your gas heaters are only service by qualified technicians. In most cases, this means a licensed gas fitter or a factory technician.
We offer a complete end to end service from repairs and maintenance of your Rheem Gas Heaters to helping you choose the right Rheem gas heating system for your home.
We offer a fast and reliable Rheem gas heater service, will always be on time and consider no job too small. We endeavour to provide exceptional customer service and always leave a job neat and tidy.
Never attempt to fix a gas appliance or attempt a Rheem gas heater service yourself or allow an unqualified person to attempt to fix it for you.
Gas Heater Service Sydney are licenced and qualified gas plumbers, specialising in Rheem Gas Heater Service, Repairs, Installation and Maintenance.
Manufacturers typically recommend that their gas heaters be serviced every one or two years.
It is very important that you understand the correct and safe operation of your Rheem gas heaters. If you don’t have the owner’s manual, most gas appliance manufacturers have them available for downloading on their web sites.
Key warning signs that your Rheem gas heater requires servicing are a yellow or red flame, a flame with a yellow burning tip, the accumulation of yellow/brown soot around the appliance, pilot lights that frequently blow out or an acrid smell and eye irritation.
The exceptions to this are gas fireplaces and gas log fires that are designed to have yellow flames. The result is that you could be wasting gas and/or generating carbon monoxide. Depending on the make and model of gas heater, you may be able to clean the air filter yourself. Gas regulators have a limited life span. Incorrect gas pressure can affect the amount of oxygen drawn into the burner with the gas.
If you smell gas take the following gas safety precautions: Turn off the gas at the source. At the meter for natural gas or at the cylinders for LPG gas users, but only if safe to do so. Avoid contact with any visible gas cylinder leak, as the gas stream can cause cold burns. Keep people away from the affected area until the gas dissipates. Properly functioning gas appliances are quite safe.
If you experience any signs of carbon monoxide poisoning while operating your Rheem gas heaters, you should stop using it until it is serviced by our gas fitters.
You need to schedule regular servicing for your Rheem gas heaters. If you notice anything damaged or abnormal in the operation, look or smell of the appliance, it is best to call us right away.