Gas & LPG Pipework Installation

Do you need the installation or replacement of gas or LPG pipework in your property?

There are many reasons why homeowners may need gas/LPG pipework installing or replacing within their property. It could be due to a capped meter following a gas leak, the correction of undersized gas pipework, the requirement for additional gas appliances or to install a gas supply for a new gas appliance. Regardless of the reason, homeowners must use a highly skilled and competent Gas Safe registered engineer to get it right!

By failing to use someone who is registered, the property, its tenants and anything nearby could be in grave danger. Moreover, failing to use the right registered gas engineer can cause a homeowner issues and further costs down the line.

So Why Use Us?

  • We have transparent prices, show up on time and are highly professional
  • We are Gas Safe registered
  • Our engineers are registered with the CIPHE
  • We are a TrustMark & FairTrades registered company

Any equipment that we install comes with a 1-year guarantee, and we offer guarantees of up to 5-years on the equipment we install as part of central heating installations we undertake (terms & conditions apply).

What We Offer:

  • We are punctual and provide accurate time-slots
  • Excellent value for money
  • High-quality workmanship
  • Exceptional customer service

For smaller jobs, such as reactive and general maintenance, we will provide you with a 3-hour arrival window when you can expect us, all of which we charge at our advertised rates. For larger jobs, we provide free fully written quotations and arrange arrival times and dates with the customer in advance of the work taking place.

 

We currently work on domestic and light commercial LPG & gas pipework, including park-homes, static caravans and cabins.

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“Gas pipework can be a minefield for the inexperienced! There are books upon books of legislation, standards, Codes of Practice and other aspects which regulate the installation and maintenance of gas pipework and systems. Sure, being Gas Safe registered 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?”

Frequently Asked Questions

It is 563390, which can be checked by visiting the Gas Safe Register.

We use a combination of methods, which include; pressure testing, leak detection fluids and electronic leak detection equipment.

At present we do not undertake heavy/large commercial or catering related work.