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$200 cash back Plus a $1,000 more but not much longer*

Posted on Tuesday, May 09, 2017


 

Purchase any Braemar 5, 6 or 7 star equivalent* ducted gas heater model to receive $200 cash back from Seeley International, but there is more so much more to be had when you connect to gas.

Ducted gas heating vs reverse cycle heating

With energy prices rising, ducted gas heating has the edge on reverse cycle when it comes to both efficiency and performance, and even more so now with the world's first 7 star equivalent* ducted gas heating range from Braemar

  • Cost effective - save up to $612 per year when compared to reverse cycle^
  • Better performance - reverse cycle works less efficiently when outside temperature drops. Ducted gas efficiently remains steady.
  • Instant warmth - ducted gas reaches desired temperature much faster the reverse cycle.
  • Comfortable air - Ducted gas won't dry your skin and eyes. It's a different kind of cosy warmth.


View Breamar range here: http://gasworks.net.au/heaters-adelaide/ducted-gas-heating-adelaide

Peace of mind from the Climate Masters of Seeley International specialist dealer network.

Gas Works are the largest Climate Masters of Seeley International in SA and are the gas heating experts, and provide a level of service you won't get anywhere else. Extended warranty, exclusive models and accredited installers are just some of the advantages you’ll receive when you choose Gas Works the true climate masters.

Warranty

Every single Braemar ducted gas heating unit is made from premium grade materials and supported by a comprehensive factory-backed warranty. Our industry standard 7 year comprehensive warranty** for residential ducted gas heating also comes with a 10 year heat exchanger and burner warranty.

Get a $1,000 more

When you install a new Breamar Ducted Gas Heating system from Gas Works and connect to gas for the first time you can claim another $1,000 rebate from the Australian Gas Network that is $1,200 off the price off gas ducted heating, but you must hurry as the Breamar Cash Back ends this month.

Get FREE connection

In addition to $1,000 rebate from AGN connection to gas is free, that is pipework to the meter for free, plus a $1,000 rebate so what are your waiting for? Gas is cheaper to buy, is far kinder to the environment and as power prices rise you will save more.

For details, terms and conditions about the $200 Breamar cash back and the $1,000 AGN rebate talk to your local Gas Works Store.

*$200 cash back ends 31 May 2017, residential models only. Star rating equivalent. Based on Australian Gas Association’s results calculated in accordance with the testing methodology in AS/NZS5263.1.6:2016.

Evaporative or Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning ... which is best?

Posted on Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Are you trying to make the decision between evaporative cooling and reverse cycle air conditioning and not sure which will be best for you?

It’s a big financial decision so you’ll want to get it right, so let’s take a look at both systems which may help you to decide.

Starting with the very basic differences evaporative systems cool only where as reverse cycle will both heat and cool. However you can combine gas ducted heating with evaporative cooling to warm you home which will give you the best of both worlds.

Evaporative cooling system works by drawing the warm air through water soaked pads thus cooling the air. This method works particularly well in drier climates like Western Australian and South Australia.

As they only require power to run the pump and a fan their running costs can be the equivalent as running a light globe. They are by far a less complex system to build and therefore cheaper to buy. The average purchase price and installation cost is roughly half that of a reverse cycle unit. In addition they are easy to maintain and repair and far more environmentally friendlier.

Reverse cycle air conditioning cools or heats the air inside the home and then recycles the air inside the house through a filter called the return air vent. For efficiency it’s best to keep all your external windows and door closed, that way you are not having to cool down or heat up air from outside.
With evaporative cooling you need to leave a window or screen door open to expel the warm air from the home and prevent a build up of moisture.

Certainly there are those who feel the constantly changing air is a good thing while others who suffer from hay fever and allergies might feel that recycling filtered air is better.

Reverse Cycle air conditioning work well in both dry and humid conditions. While they cost more purchase and install they do offer the convenience of both heating and cooling from one unit. It also means just one lot ductwork and grills. Another advantage of reverse cycle is that you can zone parts of the home so that you only cool or heat the parts you are using at the time.

The most important thing to remember is whichever you decide on, invest in a quality brand that is backed with a reputable manufactures guarantee. If you would like to know more check out our website or drop into a store and talk to one of the home climate solutions experts.

Service and Maintenance – Home safety

Posted on Monday, August 22, 2016

The gas works team are often asked how safe are gas appliances and the short answer is very, however a word to the wise. You should always ensure that the appliance you are purchasing has been approved for use in Australia.

If you are buying a gas appliance online it’s important to check that the appliance has been approved for use in Australia.

A good place to start is the Australian Gas Association’s web site aga dot asn dot au and if you buy online then your appliance must by law be installed by a licensed gas fitter.

There are certain gas appliances that should never be used indoors. BBQ’s and Outdoor heaters are definite no no’s. The main reason for this is that gas outputs carbon monoxide so therefore it is recommended that all heaters be flued to the outside. There is a Better Living video on this very subject.

It is recommended that all gas appliances be regularly inspected by a professional every two years. From time to time the gas flow may need to be adjusted to ensure that it is burning at an optimal mixture. As a guide a healthy gas flame should burn blue with the exception of some decorative gas log fires.

Flues may become clogged blocked or corroded so it is important that these are checked for the health and safety of your family.

Gas Works are also experts when it comes to servicing reverse cycle and evaporative air conditioning systems.

Now Gas Works have qualified gas fitters, plumbers and electricians on staff and can advise you, so check out the gas works website for more information or give them a call, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

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