Kleenheat Gas House

Gas Appliances & Equipment - Myaree, WA

The Cooking, Heating, Hot Water And Outdoor Gas Appliance Specialists.

Shop 6C/ 248 Leach Hwy, Myaree WA 6154

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  1. About Us

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About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Over 55 years of experience
  • Retailing natural gas
  • Cylinder exchange program
  • Experienced staff
  • Expert advice
Providing LPG solution tailored to your lifestyle & requirements.
Kleenheat Gas was established in 1956 by the then Westralian Farmers Co-operative Limited following the establishment of a petroleum refinery at Kwinana in Western Australia. With a reliable source of LPG from the refinery, Kleenheat Gas pioneered the distribution of both gas and gas appliances to regional areas of WA.

Kleenheat Gas supplies a full range of commercial equipment for: *Dairies, *Wineries, *Schools, *Restaurants & cafes, *Factories, *Laundries, *Mining industry, *Hospitals. We also supply a full range of commercial appliances and accessories including: *Space heaters (indoor and outdoor), *Barbecues, *Gas regulators, *Metering equipment, *Hot water systems to the hospitality industry.

Kleenheat has over 50 years of experience as a leading supplier of commercial LPG appliances and equipment. We supply and install a wide range of products and provide practical energy solutions for the hospitality, mining and agricultural industries.

Your nearest Kleenheat Gas House and some Kleenheat Gas dealers stock an extensive range of gas appliances including: *Gas hot water systems (storage and instantaneous), *Heating - cooking (cooktops, ovens), *Outdoor entertaining (pizza ovens, pole heaters), *Barbecuing, *Outdoor leisure appliances (including pole heaters).

Payment Methods

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ABN
40 008 679 543
Also listed under
Heating Appliances & Systems, Hot Water Systems

Products and Services

Brand

Beasley, Braemar, Brivis, Dux, Edwards, Everdure, Heat Charm, Heat-N-Glo, Jetmaster, Kent, Masport, Omega, Osburn, Pyrox, Rheem, Rinnai, Saxon, Vulcan, Westinghouse

Service

Conversions, Design, Installation, Maintenance

Product

Fireplaces, Heat Pumps, Heaters, Hot Water, Ovens

Hours of Operation

Open 24hrs, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays

Service Option

By Appointment, Delivery, Emergency Service, Maintenance Contracts

Type

Commercial, Industrial, Residential

Place

Caravans, Homes

Trade

Plumbers

Assurance

Certified, Guaranteed, Licensed, Registered, Warranties

Ownership

Australian Owned

Keywords

Everdure, Beefeater, Gasmate, Weber, Westinghouse, Euromaid, Rinnai, Cannon, Aquamax, Bosch, Chef, BBQs, Heaters, Hot Water Systems, Cooktops, Ovens

Additional Locations

Showing 15 locations in 1 states

FAQs

  • I thought LPG was a clean burn, it didn't emit any gases? Help me better understand this?

    LPG is considered a "clean" fuel because it does not produce visible emissions. When combustion of LPG occurs there are emissions produced but are lower than other fuels. The government has used an emissions factor which is comparably lower to other fuels which is reflected in the calculation of the effective carbon price imposed on LPG.

  • Will the carbon cost component change?

    Carbon costs being charged to customers will be reviewed six monthly and adjusted to reflect any changes to costs incurred by Kleenheat. Kleenheat will notify its customers when adjustments to carbon costs will occur. Where possible, Kleenheat Gas will be looking to reduce greenhouse emissions and potential impacts to its customers.

  • What is the carbon pricing mechanism?

    In November 2011, the federal government passed legislation (the Clean Energy Act and associated legislation) introducing a carbon pricing mechanism with effect from 1 July 2012. Under the scheme a carbon price will apply to certain greenhouse emissions. What this means for Kleenheat Gas and its customers is an increase in the cost of both LPG and LNG.

  • When will customers be charged the carbon component?

    The carbon costs will be effective from 1 July 2012.

  • How will the carbon costs be shown on the customer's invoice?

    The carbon costs will not be shown separately on the customers invoice; it will be incorporated in the product price. The excise charge will continue to be shown separately on the invoice.