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Heating & Gas Products Toronto

Heating & Gas Products Toronto

Toronto has a continental climate. Its proximity to Lake Ontario makes it one of the warmer cities in Canada, but the winter months can get very cold. Average temperatures may fall between -1 and -7˚C and, for colder periods, even below -15˚C. Thus, high-quality and high-efficiency heating and gas products are vital for keeping a home comfortable, and utility costs low.

Heating and gas products must be of excellent quality and installed and maintained by skilled technical experts to be safe. Western Water and Gas Products is an industry-leading provider of heating and gas products. From gas regulators to brass fittings, we offer a wide range of products to increase comfort in your home. Some of these products include:


Quality heating products are essential for comfortable temperatures and good indoor air quality. Furthermore, heating products reduce humidity levels, decreasing the risk of mould growth that can cause respiratory illnesses. When installed by skilled technical experts, heating products are safe and efficient.


Gas regulators control the pressure of gas flowing from a high-pressure source, such as a gas cylinder, to a low-pressure destination, like your appliance. They are essential for ensuring the safe and efficient use of gas, a highly flammable compound.

There are varying types of regulators, such as:

  • Propane regulators for use with propane gas.
  • Service regulators, installed on a gas line to reduce the pressure of gas from a high-pressure distribution system to a lower pressure for appliances.
  • Ventless regulators, used with ventless gas appliances that don’t need a flue or chimney to vent combustion gases.
  • Auto changeover regulators, which switch between two propane tanks for a continuous supply of propane to an appliance.
  • Appliance regulators, built into gas appliances to regulate the gas pressure entering the appliance.
  • Angled regulators, installed at an angle and often used in limited-space situations.

Choosing the best gas regulator depends on factors like the type of gas and the required flow rate and pressure range. It is important to have a skilled technician help you select a regulator designed for the specific gas being used, capable of handling your flow rate and pressure range requirements.


A gas meter measures the volume of natural gas or propane a household uses. It determines how your appliance is performing and helps detect leaks and pressure changes in the gas line that could lead to gas explosions or fires. Regular maintenance and inspection of gas meters ensure they work properly and potential hazards are promptly identified and addressed.


Brass fittings are made from a durable and corrosion-resistant metal alloy composed mainly of copper and zinc. These fittings are used to connect and regulate pipes, tubes and other components in gas and heating systems that transport water, gas, chemicals and waste.

Brass fittings offer better durability and sealing capabilities than other materials, such as plastic or steel. They can form tight seals that prevent gas or liquid from leaking. Tight seals are essential for avoiding dangerous – and potentially deadly – gas leaks.


Are you looking for quality heating products that ensure safety and energy efficiency? Consider installing gas regulators to reduce the risk of gas leaks that can lead to fires, explosions or carbon monoxide poisoning. This protects your family, saves on utility bills and reduces your carbon footprint.

Western Water and Gas Products has provided Canadians with high-quality heating products for over 40 years. Our team of experts can help you choose the right product to fit your specific needs. We can also put you in touch with a local installation and repair specialist to keep your system running smoothly.

Call us at +1 (604) 599-1900 or complete our contact form for more information.

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