Gas Fitting

You don’t need us to tell you that gas can be dangerous. Pipe Masters undertake every job involving gas with the utmost care. Everything is done by the book, ensuring your safety is paramount.

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Gas Appliances

If you’re swapping out an electric cook top for a gas hob or replacing a gas hot water unit, we know precisely what requires gas certificates and where appliances can be located. Call us to get expert advice and make sure you and the family have a safe installation.

Gas Appliance Servicing/Maintenance

Our technicians have a wide range of experience to keep your appliances going. We are familiar with all the main brands and are proud to be Bosch service agents, servicing boilers and gas hot water units.

Gas Appliance Upgrades

Need an upgrade for your tired gas appliance? Pipe Masters are here to advise you on the best option to suit your needs. Whether it is hot water or heating, we can ensure you get the correct size and option for your household.

Past Work

Pipe Masters have vast experience with working with gas hot water units. Here’s just a sample of some of our work.
GAS FITTING, HOTWATER SYSTEMS

Stella Install – Hotwater & Gas

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Gas fitting tips

We have two types of gas in New Zealand for residential use: natural gas (methane) and LPG (Propane/Butane mix).

How you can tell if your LPG has run out?

If you have 2x 45kg gas bottles you will normally have an ‘auto changeover regulator’ between the bottles. When one bottle runs out, the regulator automatically changes to the full bottle. There’s normally a red indicator when the regulator has swapped, meaning you need to order another bottle.

What if you haven’t got hot water after changing the gas bottles?

Air can find its way into the gas line when bottles are changed, causing an air lock. The air needs to be purged by letting the gas unit turn on and off to try and flush the air out. This process can take up to five minutes. If you have no success, call Pipe Masters, the gas fitting experts for the Bay of Plenty.

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