Installing A Gas Stove
Installing a gas stove requires expertise and licensed gasfitters. A gas leak in your home can damage your property and other properties, and sometimes even be fatal. You may want to install a gas stove by yourself, but there’s always a risk involve of not installing it correctly and by Australian safety standards. You can have your gas stove properly installed with Active Plumbing licensed gasfitters.
If you have repaired your gas stove too many times already, it is probably time to replace it. Hiring a professional to install your gas stove oven could cost you a few hundred dollars, but it is worth it knowing that it is installed correctly, efficiently, and safely. Licensed gasfitters follow the standard in installing a gas stove. We are aware of the local codes and ordinances to ensure gas stove installation safety.
Installing Gas Line For A Stove
The first thing we do is prepare your gas line for a stove. Preparing lines for a new stove ensures your fittings are up to code, and any damage that may have happened to the lines won’t interfere with the appliance installation. Depending on the current installation, a gas appliance shutoff valve may be needed to install before prepping the remainder of the line.
How To Hook Up A Gas Stove
Licensed gasfitters will shut off the gas cock – the gas is off when the lever is at a right angle to the pipe. Most shutoffs are located behind the range, and sometimes in the basement just below. A shutoff is required in the line to the range and should be added if not yet installed. Professionals in this field should be able to tell you more about adding a shutoff.
Safe Gas Stove Installation
One of the most crucial action is to have the best connections and also approved fittings. Experienced gasfitters understand extremely well the distinction between the range fittings connector and regulators. It can be identified by the inside diameter of the tube used in a gas installation, otherwise noted on the package. The length of the connector should be considered to get sufficient room to work between the stove and the wall. It is important also not to force or kink any kind of connections or keep them far from sharp edges to avoid it from breaking, especially when utilizing braided hoses. Gasfitters should always inspect their work for leakages using a gas leak detector or other approved method.
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