Gas Heaters Hamersley
Specialising inTop Outdoor Kitchen Brands
Start with the best advice and finish on the lowest price
Visit Dotmall at 13/30 Erindale Rd, Balcatta to see a great range of log fires, slow combustion wood heaters, gas log fires, portable gas heaters, and electric heaters.
Looking for a trusted supplier of Gas Heaters anywhere in the Perth area including Hamersley you have come to the right place.
Our extensive range of Gas Heaters comes with years of expert advice to assist you in choosing the best option for your outdoor entertainment needs.
we welcome you to also check out our great range of online products and feel free to ask our team any questions.
When looking for Gas Heaters come visit our extensive showroom
Gas Heaters | Hamersley
Perth is perfect for outdoor entertaining and spending quality time with your family and friends. Creating a beautiful alfresco area in your backyard and adding value to your home is something we would all like to do and is now easier than ever.
At Dotmall we can supply and fully install your outdoor kitchen or we can work with your tradespeople or builder. You simply measure your space and choose the model, design, and finishes that fit into your alfresco kitchen area.
Choose any compatible appliances you need and then we will contact you and organise a team of approved installers. We can even organise electrical and plumbing if you need it.
Gas Heaters Hamersley
Bring your measurements and ideas into our Perth, Balcatta store and have a chat with us at Dotmall. We can help you with all your Gas Heaters needs. We can also assist you all your installation needs anywhere including Hamersley
- Gas Barbecue Brands
- Built-in BBQ Brands
- BBQ Smoker Brands
- Wood Heater Brands
- Archer Gas Log Fire
- Big Green Egg - Kamado BBQ
- BGE - Kamado BBQ - Bundles
- Camp Chef Wood Pellet Grills
- Camp Chef Woodwind
- Ecco Outdoor Kitchens Perth
- Euro Alfresco Outdoor Kitchens
- Green Mountain Grills
- Hot Things Perth BBQ School
- ProQ Bullet Smokers
- Tramontina BBQ Acessories
Why People Come To Us
Love my Outdoor Kitchen. Friendly and easy people to deal with.
Great range of product and expert advice. Really had a great experience dealing with Randy and recommend to anyone in the market for a BBQ!
Great product, great price, great knowledge. Highly recommend.
Randy and Michael couldn’t do enough to help! Great service, great knowledge and great prices.
Great prices and even better service. Best of all they are locally owned and operated!
Only found this place recently while searching for a new pellet smoker. Im so glad i did. Friendly, helpful staff that seem just like one big family and just aren't "pushy". They also run a BBQ school at the rear of the premises on weekends that are a must. Highly recommend and unfortunately for my bank account I will become a frequent customer.
Your Destination for Gas Heaters in Hamersley
Hamersley is a residential suburb 14 kilometres (8.7 miles) north-northwest of the central business district of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and six kilometres (4 mi) from the Indian Ocean. The suburb adjoins two major arterial roads—Mitchell Freeway to the west and Reid Highway to the south—and is within the City of Stirling local dispensation area. It was built during the late 1960s and 1970s as allowance of the Government of Western Australia’s nod to tersely increasing house prices across the metropolitan area.
Before development, Hamersley was a unapproachable district covered in jarrah, marri, banksia and additional vegetation typical of the Swan Coastal Plain, with little areas cleared for small-scale agriculture such as present gardening and poultry farming. By 1974, six years after the first subdivision, Hamersley was home to the district’s first community hall, an annual parade and fair which were broadcast on Perth TV and radio, an active improve association, and its own newspaper, the Hamersley Gazette, a forerunner to today’s Stirling Times. Rapid addition further north removed the focus from Hamersley, which was completed in 1981 and has remained relatively stable since then.
Significant reserves of remnant bushland remain in parts of the suburb. The largest of these is an abstraction zone in this area the 180-metre (590-foot) high ABC radio tower in the suburb’s southeast, which broadcasts AM stations to the Perth metropolitan area. The guyed tower was built in 1939 and is a landmark in the region, although it has been a local political concern since the 1980s.
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