Gas & LPG Pipework Installers in Bromyard

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Do You Need Installers of Gas or LPG Pipework in Bromyard?

We provide gas Gas Safe registered Gas & LPG pipework installers in and around Bromyard!

There are a number of reasons why homeowners may need to install or replace gas/LPG pipework inside a property. It could be the requirement for additional gas appliances due to a capped meter following a gas leak, undersized gas pipework, or there is no gas pipework inside the property.

Regardless of the reason, to get it right, it needs a highly skilled and competent registered Gas Safe engineer!

Using the wrong company for gas pipework installations/replacements can lead to issues with safety, performance and even issues with warranties with gas appliances in the future. Save yourself the hassle and extra costs by using us!

Therefore, if you need LPG or gas pipework installing for boilers, water heaters, fires, space heaters, or cooking equipment, we have highly-skilled professionals in Bromyard that work to high standards!

So Why Use Us?

  • Get a 2-year guarantee on the pipework we install*
  • Have the option to use insurance backed guarantees, includes deposit protection
  • We are reliable, honest, professional and offer excellent value for money
  • We’re Gas Safe registered
  • Our engineers are registered with the CIPHE
  • Benefit from using a TrustMark & FairTrades registered company

*Terms & Conditions Apply

We charge at our advertised hourly rates for small works. For full re-pipes and larger gas runs that will generally take a day or longer, we are happy to provide you with a quotation.  Any quotations we do provide are free of charge.

“Gas pipework can be a minefield for the inexperienced! There are books upon books of legislation, standards, Code of Practice and other aspects which regulate the installation and maintenance of gas pipework and systems. Sure, Gas Safe registeration should mean that the person you are using is up to scratch, but if that was the case, then why is there so much dangerous work being done out in the marketplace?”

What We Offer:

  • High-quality licensed work which is certified
  • Durable fully soldered copper pipework
  • Leak-free installations
  • A hassle-free service

LPG & Gas Pipework Installers Vary In Quality!

Gas/LPG pipework installers in Bromyard vary greatly! They may all be Gas Safe registered, but the quality and ethics of the installers differ.

It may concern you to know that many people who are registered do not come from apprenticeships or backgrounds in gas. In reality, many are nothing more than changeovers and extensions of other trades.

Kitchen fitters, plumbers, crash course entrants and varying different types of people from other backgrounds hold registrations with the Register. These sorts are common around Bromyard, you will find few who are time-served.

Generally speaking, this doesn’t have to be a bad thing, but who would you rather have, time-served gas engineers working on gas since boys, or someone who decided to work on boilers in their 30’s onwards?

On the contrary, our engineers have been out working on gas day in, day out from being in their early teens. It is part of the reason we are soo efficient!

How Poor Installation Affects LPG & Gas Pipework Installations

Incorrect pipework design and installation and affect the following:

  • The performance and outputs of LPG/gas appliances served by the pipework
  • The security of the property, its residents and its surroundings
  • The safe operation of gas appliances

All gas & LPG equipment should operate at set “working” pressures and requires specific flow rates of gas so that appliances can function as intended.

Installation pipework from a meter/cylinder to gas/LPG appliances inside the property requires careful design not to limit the flow or reduce the working pressure. Pipework with poor design will restrict the flow of gas and reduce working pressures at the appliance, which is a common occurrence.

Also, Other poor installation practices can lead to things like gas/LPG pipework deterioration, thus leading to gas leaks. Mains gas, and particularly LPG, can be extremely hazardous when leakage occurs within a property, or in other areas where it can accumulate. History has numerous examples of both gases causing explosions, which not only destroyed property, but also killed

Gas and LPG pipework is safe where its installation is correct. It can provide low-cost fuel that appliances can use to generate heat. In addition to using a suitably qualified Gas Safe registered engineer for related work, it is vital to use one who is highly skilled and experienced to avoid problems and ensure safety.

The LPG and Mains Gas differences

There are several main differences between LPG and mains gas, but in general, Generally, LPG is used for related purposes to “off-grid” properties that do not have access to mains gas. As a result, LPG usage is common in park homes and static caravans.

Notably, mains gas is cheaper to purchase than LPG. LPG is typically supplied in a bottle/cylinder or in bulk. Bulk, which involves the filling of a fixed vessel at the property, is the cheapest form of LPG, but they are still typically 2.5-3 times more expensive per kW than mains gas. The cost of LPG cylinder fuel varies depending on location and supplier, but this is usually 6-12 times higher per kW than the cost of mains gas.

LPG is a richer fuel, so it will produce more energy for every cubic meter than what natural gas supplies will produce. Because of this, gas appliances running on LPG use smaller volumes of gas.

LPG is more volatile than mains gas, making it less explosive in a confined space. Also, LPG is denser than air, so unlike low-level mains gas, which is lighter than air, LPG will collect easily. This can make noticing a gas leak more difficult and can accumulate much easier to dangerous/explosive levels.

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on the size of the necessary work. Smaller jobs will be charge as per our hourly rates, while we will be providing a quotation for more extensive work. Contact us for more information with your inquiries.

563390. Please confirm this on the Gas Safe Registers website.

We use a combination of methods including: pressure testing, leak detection fluids, and equipment for leak detection.

Areas Around Bromyard That We Cover

  • Bredenbury
  • Edwyn Ralph
  • Tedstone Wafre
  • Whitbourse
  • Bringsty
  • Bishops Frome
  • Acton Green
  • Pencombe
  • Saltmarshe Castle

See all the areas we cover here!