How to detect a gas leak in your home with simple signs, including the distinctive odour of the gas, a hissing sound of the leaking gas escaping, higher gas bills, dead or dying plants, electronic combustible gas detectors, a white mist, bubbles when you spray with soapy water, appliances with red or yellow flames or feeling unwell.
Whilst searching you also want to avoid all ignition sources including, but not limited to, flames, electrical switches and telephones.
Nearly 15 per cent of Australia's 25-plus million population is classified as living in rural or remote areas.
That's more than 3.5 million people nationwide facing the challenges of life away from urban centres and the convenient and reliable utilities options available there.
Luckily, rural life doesn't have to be a struggle. While mains power may be unreliable or inaccessible for those in remote areas, LPG offers a flexible and readily available power supply to millions nationwide, making the use LPG energy great for rural households.