Getting Connected to Natural Gas

Natural Gas from Egoli Gas

Why make the switch to Natural Gas?

There are many reasons to switch to Natural Gas, if it is available in your area:

Save Energy and Money – Natural gas is more efficient than many other energy sources. Depending on the appliances you choose and how you use your gas, you may reduce your monthly power costs by up to 50%. Certain gas appliances have no pre-heating requirement – it’s instantaneous and cost saving.

Reliable Supply – Egoli Natural Gas is piped directly to your home or business 24/7. They offer reliable energy even when your neighbourhood has power black-outs. Gas is an environmentally friendly, natural energy on tap – all the time. The flow of gas is constant and doesn’t “run out”.

When it’s off, it’s off – Unlike electricity, when you turn your gas valve off, it really is off – which means it’s safe and you save money.

Environmentally friendly – Natural Gas reduces the greenhouse effect, which is a main cause of global warming. It is the cleanest burning fossil fuel releasing 45% less carbon dioxide into the air.

Safe – Natural Gas is colourless, soot-less and sulphur free. Strict adherence to pipeline inspections and safety checks ensure the safe, consistent flow of natural gas. It is lighter than air and disperses upward when leaked.

Why would I use gas?

Gas can be used for heating, cooling, drying or lighting your home because it performs more effectively, efficiently and economically, than many other energy sources.  As Natural gas has lower carbon emissions, it is more environmentally friendly.

Where can I use gas?

You can use Natural Gas for your fireplace, oven hob or stove, lights, to heat your hot water, braai grill, to heat your home, drying and air conditioning.

How do I get connected to Egoli Gas?

In the first instance contact Egoli Gas’s customer service department on 011 365 5000. An Egoli Gas representative will then visit your home to discuss your requirements and then you will be sent a quote.  Further information can be found on www.egoligas.co.za

Why should I use Egoli Gas?

“Natural gas is cost effective, environmentally, instant and safe.”

  • Effectively piping gas since 1892.
  • 1200km of gas line network.
  • Supplies the greater Johannesburg metro area.
  • Egoli Gas does not “run out”.
  • There are no unsightly, bulky bottles and tanks.
  • No delivery problems and no discrepancies in quality.
  • No storage tanks, pick up, ordering or transportation is required

 

Get Connected to Egoli Gas

Call 011 365 5000

Visit www.egoligas.co.za

Email myhome@egoligas.co.za

 

 

References: Egoli Gas pamphlet 2019

COVID-19 Short Stock Notice

Due to the global effects of COVID-19, we are now experiencing severe delays to our supply chain, this is due to manufacturing and logistical restrictions overseas. We unfortunately have LOW STOCK of the Paloma 20 & 26 l/m Gas Water Heaters and only expect things to normalise in January 2021.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this situation, which is entirely out of our control.

Paloma Annual Charity Walk for CHOC

For the 4th year in a row Paloma / HSG Distributors were one of the proud sponsors of the CHOC fundraising walk up and down, Sani Pass. A gruelling up and slippery down walk from the South African border to the Lesotho border in the Lesotho Maloti Mountains. However, your reward is the beautiful scenery and a drink at The Highest Pub in Africa in Lesotho!

It’s only 8km each way but a hefty 905m elevation up to 2873m above sea-level! The walk takes place each year on the August Women’s Day Weekend.

This year, the weather was warm and sunny albeit quite windy. The Paloma Team set off at about 9am and took a brisk 2.5 hours to reach the top. At The Highest Pub in Africa a well deserved plate of chips was devoured, ready to tackle the walk back down. With the weather being so mild this August, there was absolutely no snow to see – a stark contrast to 2018 when cars had been snowed in for 3 days!

The downward trek was a bit slippery and after a few slides we made is safely down to the bottom for the donated Sani Round Tables refreshments.

The Founding of CHOC

CHOC was founded by Sadie Cutland and a  group of parents. When her daughter was diagnosed with a life threatening disease in 1977 she felt alone and isolated, with no support from anyone but her husband. But in 1979 she began parenting support groups to help families in similar situations, discuss their challenges and create a supportive community.  She also helped create a more child-friendly, less clinical ward at the haematology and oncology ward.

The name CHOC came about when support group members looked at the sign outside ward 294 at the Joburg Gen (now the Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital) where Sadie worked as a night nurse. While there, she heard many stories of parents who were initially unable to stay overnight with their children nor find accommodation near the hospitals, while their children underwent treatment.

Can you imagine? Your child is staying in a strange hospital and you couldn’t even be close by when they needed you most? In 2000, the CHOC Foundation went national and have since opened 10 houses, 2 CHOC Lodges and a CHOC Cottage, where guardians and their children can be accommodated while children undergo treatment at nearby hospitals for as long as its required. Beyond this CHOC provides transport funds for children to return for treatment; grocery packs and vouchers for families in need; psycho social counselling and bereavement support.

The Annual CHOC walk takes place every Women’s Day weekend and if you’d like to say you ‘Walked Sani Pass’ and raise funds for CHOC in future years, please contact Agie Govender of CHOC KZN – dbn@choc.org.za  0312402917. Alternatively, you can look up www.choc.org.za to see if you can help in any other way.

References: Rosebank Killarney Gazette, Sarah Koning

Instagas also happened to be walking this year