The quintessential Aussie backyard is decked out with a reliable BBQ. They provide you with a means to host your friends and family in the comforts of your own home, bonding over good food and drinks all year long. To keep everyone safe and happy, make sure you follow these guidelines before you add your own natural gas BBQ to your outdoor space!
Choose an authorised installer
You must select an authorised installer, licensed gas plumber or gas fitter to reliably and safely install your BBQ in your backyard. The installer must ensure that the gas supply line is capable of supplying the gas flow required for your appliance.
Consider your location
Location is essential when considering a natural gas BBQ. Proximity to both your house and the main gas supply line will determine the size of the gas supply line for your appliance. Your installer will have to calculate the gas flow required for your appliance and ensure that the supply line is the correct size and capacity.
Understand the installation process
As a consumer, it’s essential to understand the installation process before buying a natural gas BBQ. Learn about the basic do’s and don'ts of hoses and fittings to ensure that you know what’s required for natural gas BBQs. In addition, we suggest you become acquainted with the AS5601 standards, which stands for the requirements and observance for the design of gas installations.
Purchasing a natural gas BBQ isn’t an overwhelming process if you keep the above in mind and consult with professionals to help you out. Once you have set up your outdoor kitchen safely, you’ll be able to enjoy your space with friends and family!
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