You require a healthy respect and plenty of experience and knowledge to work confidently with gas and gas appliances. There is a book of rules and regulations that must be adhered to. These rules and regulations ensure the safe installation and use of gas.
Moyle Plumbing & Gasfitting has a team of professional gas fitters to assist you with the correct information and advice.
If you have an emergency gas leak, contact our office immediately for emergency advice and attention throughout Brisbane Southside including Beenleigh, Logan & Northern Gold Coast.
If you smell a gas odour – follow these important steps:
Open doors and windows
Don't light a match, candle or cigarette
Don't turn electrical appliances or lights on or off
Check your gas appliances are turned off and if this does not resolve the problem, call Moyle Plumbing & Gasfitting.
Our regular gas works and services include:
Gas appliance – Cook top, Oven, Heaters & BBQ
Need a gas compliance certificate?
Moyle Plumbing & Gasfitting have a team of experience licensed gas fitters available to test & certify your gas installation.
Why Do I need a Gas Compliance Certificate?
This certificate informs your LPG supplier that the installation has been completed by a licensed gas fitter and it is therefore safe and legal to supply gas to this location.
What is a Gas Compliance Certificate?
A Gas Compliance Certificate is an assurance that:
The gas fitter is appropriately licensed
The work completed has been tested and is proven to be safe
The work complies with the requirements of AS 1596 and AS 5601 and other applicable Australian Standards.
The contractor has officially informed you of any existing safety problems with your installation.
You have met your legal obligation to own a safe installation and have a permanent legal record for the job.
A Gas Compliance Certificate should be given to you within thirty days of completion of the following gas work:
Installing a new gas pipe work
Extending or repairing existing gas pipe work
Installing new appliances – heaters, hot water systems, cook tops & ovens.
Replacing an appliance.
Insurance companies may not cover fire or public liability claims caused by do-it-yourself or unlicensed installations.
If you do not receive a gas compliance certificate this will jeopardise your insurance if a gas-related incident subsequently causes fire or damage to the property. It could also result in you not being able to arrange a supplier to supply gas to your property.