Home Heating

WHAT IS A DANGEROUS CARBON MONOXIDE LEVEL?

carbon monoxide, heater, gas, poisoning, silent killer,  odorless, cracked heat exchanger, leaking gas

WHAT IS A DANGEROUS CARBON MONOXIDE LEVEL?

Every winter we get asked the same questions by clients, asking about Carbon monoxide (CO)… What carbon monoxide levels are dangerous?... So we thought we’d share with you some information.

As most people know, CO is a deadly, colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. It is produced by the incomplete burning of various fuels. These fuels include coal, wood, charcoal, oil, kerosene, propane, and natural gas. Equipment powered by internal combustion engines also produce CO. In many parts of Victoria and the Yarra Valley ducted heating (powered by natural gas) is a popular choice for heating homes during the colder months.

 

... read more

( Posted in: Heating )

Tips to save you money on your energy bills this winter in the Yarra Valley…

Tips to save you money on your energy bills this winter in the Yarra Valley…

Having efficient heating in your home is one of the best ways to keep your energy costs downs. However, there’s definitely other ways to help warm up your house this winter. In fact, it’s just as much about keeping the cool air out as it is about keeping the warm air in.

So, here are some handy tips and tricks to ensure your home is warm and cosy while still keeping the costs down.

... read more

( Posted in: Heating )