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Gas Heating 

Gas heating is an energy efficient way to heat your home. Fast heating and real warmth are the hallmarks of gas heating.

Gas heating works well in large spaces so there’s no better way to provide cozy warmth to every corner of your home than with gas heating. 

With a wide range of gas heating appliances to choose from, there is a model that is just right for your home.

LPG Gas Heaters

LPG gas heatersLPG gas heaters are energy efficient and a great way to heat your home. Gas heating is fast and provides real warmth. LPG heaters are well suited for large spaces and provide cozy warmth to every corner of your home.

Virtually all gas heater are made in both LPG and natural gas heater models. LPG gas heaters offer all of the same features and benefits.

So, even if you don't currently have gas, you can add the cozy warmth of an LPG gas heater to your home.

LPG Gas Heaters for Home are Easy to Install

LPG gas heaters for home are easy to install. A gas fitter can install one in just a few hours at a very modest cost.

With portable LPG gas heaters you only need to install a bayonet fitting in your wall or floor and then just plug the heater in. Flued gas heaters take a bit longer because of the need to install the flue.

Home Gas Heater Features & BenefitsPortable LPG gas heaters are easy to operate

♦  Easy to use Portable gas heaters

♦  LPG and Natural Home Gas heater models available.

 ♦  Convector gas heaters circulate fan forced heat

♦  Radiant gas heaters provide house warmth from infrared tiles

 ♦  Radiant convector gas heaters warm with a fan and tiles

♦  Flued gas space heaters with console and inbuilt models

♦  Gas Wall Furnace Heaters to replace existing wall heaters

♦  Power flued convector LPG gas heater models with zero emissions

♦  Energy Star Ratings as high as 5.8 stars 

♦  Gas heaters up to 30Mj

♦  VIC Compliant Models

♦  Choice of colours

♦  Quality manufacturers including Rinnai, Braemar, Paloma, Everdure and more

♦  Find out what size heater to pick with Gas Heater Sizing Facts (see below)

Please see Connecting & Disconnecting Gas Bayonet Fittings


What are the different kinds of gas heaters?

Please see the in-depth Gas Heater Reviews by Type

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Now you can compare prices for all the major brands of indoor home gas heaters including:
 Rinnai, Everdure, Paloma, Braemar and Cannon
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What Size Gas Heater Do I Need for My Home?

It is important to get the right size gas heater for your home. 
You want to select the ‘Goldilocks’ heater that is just right for your needs.

What to Consider

Gas Heater Sizing FactsIf you buy too small a home gas heater, it will not be able to adequately heat the intended area. 
Selecting a gas heater that is too large will cost you extra money and oversizing can be unsafe. 
A number of things need to be considered when determining your home gas heater sizing:
♦  The volume of the area to be heated including consideration of ceiling height.
♦  The climate zone that you live in.
♦  The physical features of your home including wall & ceiling insulation, window coverings and carpeting.
♦  The kW output of the gas heater, not to be confused with the gas Mj input.

Heating Area Volume & Climate Zone

The required kW output required is primarily dependent upon the area to be heated and the climate zone in which you live.  (Please see climate zone map at bottom of page)  
The following rough guide assumes your ceilings are no higher than 2.4M:

Very Cold Zone: 1kW output required for each 8.5m²

Cold Zone: 1 kW output required for each 10m²
Cool Zone: 1kW output required for each 13 m²
Mild Zone: 1kW output required for each 16m²

Adjustment Factors

The indicated heating areas would be adjusted down by 5% for each of the following conditions: house built on pillars (non-slab), no carpets on floors, no drapes on windows or a ceiling height exceeding 2.4m. 
Deduct an additional 10% if the area does not have ceiling insulation. 
Please note that this is only a guide and individual home designs and situations may vary.

Home Gas Heater Sizing Example #1: 

You live in the Cold Zone and you want to heat an area 5m X 10m, which equals 50m². 
Because 1kW will heat 10m², you should need a heater with a 5kW output.

Home Gas Heater Sizing Example #2: 

Same as the previous example but in this case your ceilings are over 2.4m and you have wood flooring instead of carpeting. 
You would need to deduct 5% for each of these two items. 
So, instead of 1 kW heating 10m², it would heat 9m² (10% total reduction).  
This means you would need a heater with 5.6 kW of output (50 ÷ 9).

Use kW not MJ

MJMegajoules per Hour (MJ/hr) ratings on appliances actually indicate the gas consumption of the appliance, not the heat output. 
It is often expressed as just MJ.
Kilowatt Hour (kWh or just kW) is how gas heater output is measured.

Energy Efficiency Matters - Star Ratings

So, remember to use kW as a comparison and not MJ. 
The efficiency of the heater, in converting gas energy to heat, is a key factor. 
For example, a 25MJ heater with a 5.8 Star rating has an output of 6.2kW. 
A 25MJ heater with a 2.8 Star rating only has an output of 5.0kW. 
As a result, in a Cold Zone climate, they would heat 62m² and 50m², respectively. 
This means that the 5.8 Star heater will heat an area 24% larger while using the same amount of gas. 
Please refer to the manufacturers’ specifications to determine the exact kW output for each heater you are considering.

Minimum Room Sizing for Gas Heaters

Some States specifiy the minimum room sizing (volume of room in M³)  and minimum ventilation requirements for unflued heaters.  
Minimum room sizing for gas heaters also varies between thermostatically controlled and manually controlled heaters. 
Portable heaters should not be used in bedrooms, bathrooms or hallways.  
All installations must comply with Australian Standard AS5601 - Gas Installations. 
Your gas fitter will be able to guide you on many of these points.

Manufacturer Sizing Charts

To make it even easier, most manufacturers have sizing charts, for their heaters, based on climate zone maps.  
Take the time to measure the area you wish to heat and use these charts and maps to get the correctly sized heater. 
It is always wise to follow the manufacturers' advice. Gas Heater Sizing Chart by climate zone
Source: Rinnai 

How long will a gas bottle last using a home gas heater?

That depends on the gas consumption rating of the gas heater being used and the size of your home.  Heater gas consumption is expressed in mega joules or MJ of energy.

One litre of LPG has approximately 25MJ of energy content.  A 45kg gas bottle contains just a bit more than 88 litres or approximately 2200MJ of energy.

Gas heater duration on a 45kg gas bottle

Rinnai Energysaver Power Flued LPG Gas Heater
Available features include thermostats, programmable timers, remote controls, multi-speed fans and electronic ignition. Safety features may include tilt switches, oxygen depletion sensors, flame failure safety system, dress guards and child locks. 

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