Carbon Monoxide Testing for South East Melbourne
Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer. You won't know if your gas appliances are leaking Carbon Monoxide until it's too late. You should have your appliances checked every year! How long has it been since carbon monoxide testing was conducted at your home or business? It's so inexpensive to have us come out and check it for you. Mr Plumber are licenced and qualified carbon monoxide testers.
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Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer. You won't know if your gas appliances are leaking Carbon Monoxide until it's too late.
Carbon Monoxide Testing Melbourne
For monoxide testing in melbourne call Mr Plumber. We’re licenced and certified to carry out carbon monoxide testing. We travel throughout south east Melbourne suburbs and are available 7 days per week. Our vans are equipped with the latest, state of the art equipment for gas appliance repairs, installation and carbon monoxide testing.
Carbon Monoxide Testing Cost
Mr Plumber will visit your home or business and check your appliances for only $100. Give us a call to set up an appointment. We will dispatch a qualified and licenced plumber to conduct carbon monoxide testing in your home and business. We use state of the art equipment and can provide recommendations on maintenance, testing and safety for your home or business.
Carbon Monoxide Testing In Home
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that doesn’t have a smell or taste. Breathing carbon monoxide can make you sick or even kill you if you breathe in high levels. Once carbon monoxide is breathed in it enters the bloodstream and mixed with hemoglobin which prevents the blood from being able to carry oxygen. This can cause cells and tissue to die.
Carbon Monoxide Testing Companies
Mr Plumber is a licenced and accredited plumber that can test the carbon monoxide levels in your home. It is important that you regularly test your appliances, otherwise you will have no way of knowing if you have carbon monoxide leaks. CO leaks can be subtle, but make you sick or even cause death. The Real Estate Institute of Victoria recommends that property owners get their appliances tested for carbon monoxide leaks every two years. Mr Plumber is a carbon monoxide testing company that can carry these tests out for you.
Carbon Monoxide Detection Methods
What carbon monoxide detection methods are available? Carbon monoxide can be difficult to detect without specialised equipment. Mr Plumber suggests that you schedule carbon monoxide testing for your appliances regularly. CO leaks can cause the following symptoms:
Nausea or upset stomach
How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?
It is important to maintain all gas appliances that are used in your home or business. The most common cause of carbon monoxide poisoning is when people use old or damaged equipment that hasn't been checked for many years.
Gas appliances should be installed by a licenced professional. Leaking gas is no joke. If you do not have experience with installing gas appliances, there are many things that can go wrong and even turn deadly. It’s simply not worth the risk to try to install gas appliances to save a few dollars. Mr Plumber is fully qualified and licensed to install all kinds of appliances from heaters, and stoves to hot water systems.
How Often Should Gas Appliances be Tested?
Gas appliances should be tested at least every two years at a minimum. If appliances are used frequently they should be tested every year. Gas appliances should be tested by a licenced plumber and gasfitter. Mtr Plumber are licences, qualified and experienced to conduct all kinds of gas and carbon monoxide testing.
If we identify a CO spillage at your property, it is required to be fixed immediately as it is considered a serious safety and health risk. Your appliances may need to be disconnected until they can be repaired.
Additional ventilation may be required if we detect a negative pressure situation.
What is a Negative Pressure Test?
When it comes to carbon monoxide negative pressure testing, we’ll test how extraction fans remove air from the premises. If the volume of pressure creates a negative pressure it can cause carbon monoxide and other gasses to enter the room. One method of ensuring that this does not occur is to open a door or window. However, this is inconvenient as most people run heaters during the winter when it’s impractical to leave doors or windows open. When negative pressure is detected, additional ventilation will need to be installed.
What Happens if Negative Pressure is Not Rectified?
Negative pressure is a health risk and appropriate ventilation will need to be installed.
Carbon Monoxide Alarms are not a replacement for proper testing!
You can install a carbon monoxide alarm in your home or business to alert you if there is a carbon monoxide leak or excessive carbon monoxide levels. However don’t substitute proper maintenance and servicing of appliances with a carbon monoxide alarm.