There’s nothing quite like gathering up a few of your best mates, prepping the BBQ, stocking the fridge and Esky with a few cold ones, and riding every high and low of the big match together. In these Covid times, many of us have come to treasure these moments of camaraderie and comfort even more. So skip the crowds and the stress, stay warm and snug, and enjoy the company of your favourite people from the comfort of your home by hosting the big match at yours.
Summer is often the time we look around our home and maybe pick up some home décor magazines or watch that DIY video – all with the objective of having a bit of a home makeover. But with the pandemic and months of work from home, home renovation trends reflect the need of the hour – efficient, affordable, and fresh, so when it comes to updating appliances, nothing captures those values better than Natural Gas.
Are you looking to add natural gas appliance to your home? Well, look no further. We have compiled the latest on solutions for heating, cooling, cooking, outdoor and laundry. In addition to being cheaper, natural gas also burns cleaner than grid electricity (now that’s a win-win).
Sausages are the staple of any outdoor barbecue. A perfectly grilled Bratwurst served on a toasted bun with lots of onions, sautéed pepper, topped with some Dijon mustard and maybe a bit of mayo makes a heavenly treat. But getting that perfectly seared, brown on the outside, juicy on the inside sausage requires some pro tips.
A few days in-a-row north of 25 degrees, and everyone begins dreaming of getting a pool. Before you book the earthmoving machines, here’s what’s involved in installing a swimming pool into your backyard – from costs to laws and regulations, and heating options like gas.
The weather is warming up and the Australian barbecue season is beginning! After months of lockdowns, we can finally look forward to enjoying the Australian summer with friends and family, and what better way than firing up the grill. But do you know your way around the flames? We’re here to help answer the debate of a gas vs coal barbecue and offer some great grilling tips.
‘Tis the season to indulge, and we’re cooking with gas – literally. As an extension of the Love Winter campaign, we go on a global adventure to uncover the best comfort foods from the around the world, including the UK’s shepherd’s pie, America’s low-n-slow barbecue meats, Poland’s hearty pierogis, Japan’s Katsu curry and Italy’s potato and rosemary pizza (carbs on carbs, we’re in).
It’s August. It’s bitingly cold outside, our clothes take forever to dry, and even football can’t cheer us up anymore. Worse, leaving the house has become a daily struggle. Don’t worry, we have the solution: just don’t leave the house. Embrace the season of ‘nup’ by staying in instead. We’ve made the comprehensive checklist of everything you need for the perfect night in, from the right company, to the least boring board games and the vital streaming services. Don your comfiest house pants, you’ll be loving winter in no time.
When the temperature drops, it’s time to crank up your home’s comfort levels and get ready to love winter. Here are five smart ways you can turn your home into a first-rate hibernation station that’ll get you all fired up about those winter nights cosied up on the couch.
Australians are increasingly turning to natural gas hot water systems when they’re building, renovating or replacing an old system. It’s not surprising that uptake of natural gas hot water systems is rising – they’re far more environmentally-friendly, they’re more affordable and perform better, too.
It’s natural to feel overwhelmed when you’re in the market for a home. Let’s face it, the price tags have so many zeros attached these days, there’s little doubt this is the biggest investment of your life. But it’s also thrilling. As you walk through the front door at an open inspection, your heart might skip a beat as you wonder ‘is this the one?’
There’s nothing like entertaining on a hot summer night – the kids dip in and out of the pool in the twilight hours while succulent meat sizzles on the barbecue. If you’re planning to host events at home, not just in summer, but into the cooler months, it’s worth ensuring that your outdoor area is set to shine.
Committing to sustainability around the home might feel like a challenge, but there are easy ways to reduce your impact on the environment without making it a chore. Simply being aware of your household habits and making some small changes can make a big difference. When you choose sustainability, you’ll not only save money now but you’ll also invest in the next generation’s future.
Natural gas is not only an integral part of millions of Aussie homes and business, it’s a huge contributor to our economy. And if forecasts ring true, natural gas is set to play an even bigger role in helping this country transition to a cleaner energy future.
A natural gas heater can provide you with a happy medium between a warm home this winter and an energy bill that won’t give you a heart attack. Efficient, economical, better for the environment and built to last, natural gas heaters are also a great way to keep your place cosy as temperatures drop.
In recent months, Australia’s energy supply has catapulted from a pressing issue to a hot button topic. Electrical outages are now more common and electricity prices are going through the roof. It’s little wonder so many Australians (most especially those in South Australia and Victoria) are feeling frustrated at being left without the basic utilities they need to keep their lives ticking along.
Taking stock of your home power usage - and wondering how you can make your energy mix that little bit greener? Then it’s worth considering natural gas. At a time when alternative energy innovations are big news, one environmentally friendly option has been in front of us all along.
Combining the efficiency of a solar system with the reliability of a gas system is a powerful and economical way to power your premises. Here’s how to go about it.
Essential things every builder needs to know about connecting natural gas in a new home.
Every day more Australians are looking to connect to natural gas in Australia. To promote natural gas and assist new customers connect, Australian Gas Networks is currently offering a number of natural gas rebates for existing home customers. Read on to find out more about the rebates and savings that you could pass onto your customers.
Australian homes are some of the biggest in the world. We break down this growing trend in the Aussie real estate market, and take a look at how we stack up internationally.
Barbecuing is a huge part of Australian culture. Whether it’s to celebrate Australia Day in summer or the Grand Final, chargrilling and smoking is central to our way of life. MasterChef contestant Sam Gant rounds up the top recipes for your natural gas powered barbie.
If you’re looking to bring your next renovation to life, natural gas is worth exploring. We look at what’s worth considering
Whether you’re fixing a problem or looking for a more efficient solution, connecting gas to your existing home is a no brainer.
When it comes to powering your home, choosing between gas and electricity is one of the biggest decision you’ll make. Whether it’s the price of energy, the efficiency of appliances, or your home’s carbon footprint, there are several things to consider when making your choice.
Installing a natural gas appliance requires expertise and knowledge, and should only ever be carried out by a qualified professional. But how can you be sure you’re hiring someone who knows exactly what they’re doing? The key is knowing what to look for…
From surfing on the Gold Coast to sitting by the pool and grilling lamb chops for lunch, Australians know how to make the most of the outdoors. Here are some of the best ways that natural gas is powering the Aussie outdoors.