Australians are increasingly turning to natural gas hot water systems when they’re building, renovating or replacing an old system. It’s not surprising that uptake of natural gas hot water systems is rising – they’re far more environmentally-friendly, they’re more affordable and perform better, too.
It’s natural to feel overwhelmed when you’re in the market for a home. Let’s face it, the price tags have so many zeros attached these days, there’s little doubt this is the biggest investment of your life. But it’s also thrilling. As you walk through the front door at an open inspection, your heart might skip a beat as you wonder ‘is this the one?’
There’s nothing like entertaining on a hot summer night – the kids dip in and out of the pool in the twilight hours while succulent meat sizzles on the barbecue. If you’re planning to host events at home, not just in summer, but into the cooler months, it’s worth ensuring that your outdoor area is set to shine.
Committing to sustainability around the home might feel like a challenge, but there are easy ways to reduce your impact on the environment without making it a chore. Simply being aware of your household habits and making some small changes can make a big difference. When you choose sustainability, you’ll not only save money now but you’ll also invest in the next generation’s future.
Natural gas is not only an integral part of millions of Aussie homes and business, it’s a huge contributor to our economy. And if forecasts ring true, natural gas is set to play an even bigger role in helping this country transition to a cleaner energy future.
A natural gas heater can provide you with a happy medium between a warm home this winter and an energy bill that won’t give you a heart attack. Efficient, economical, better for the environment and built to last, natural gas heaters are also a great way to keep your place cosy as temperatures drop.
In recent months, Australia’s energy supply has catapulted from a pressing issue to a hot button topic. Electrical outages are now more common and electricity prices are going through the roof. It’s little wonder so many Australians (most especially those in South Australia and Victoria) are feeling frustrated at being left without the basic utilities they need to keep their lives ticking along.
When it comes to fueling your home, you probably want all the information: not 'mights’ and ‘maybes’. So we’ve broken down five common myths around natural gas, and some things you should know to make the connection.
Whether you’re fixing a problem or looking for a more efficient solution, connecting gas to your existing home is a no brainer.
Do you know what type of energy mix is best suited to your home? Whether you’re considering moving house, or you’re in the process of building a new home, understanding how energy is most efficiently used throughout the home will help you get your energy mix right.
When it comes to powering your home, choosing between gas and electricity is one of the biggest decision you’ll make. Whether it’s the price of energy, the efficiency of appliances, or your home’s carbon footprint, there are several things to consider when making your choice.
Installing a natural gas appliance requires expertise and knowledge, and should only ever be carried out by a qualified professional. But how can you be sure you’re hiring someone who knows exactly what they’re doing? The key is knowing what to look for…