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GAS APPLIANCE INSTALLATIONS

 

Gas appliances
When your gas appliances are new and up-to-date, it could save your money and your life. In the case a seal breaks, harmful gas can leak into your home and create problems for you and/or your loved ones. Repairs and servicing can prevent all the problems and keep you safe. The best thing is to install new appliances: Cooker Gas fire Water heater Gas pipe Gas escape

Less hassle and high performance
Buying new gas appliances or gas pipe can involve some heavy duty work. We at Simply Gas will arrange all gas installations to your convenience and we hope to only disrupt your life at a minimum.

Documents and authority
Gas Safe Register and your local authority require that all new boiler systems have to be registered with them. That is why we are here to help you to take care of all of that. All we need from you is some details and then you can just sit back and relax.


GAS APPLIANCE SERVICING

Keep maintaining and servicing your appliances
Preventing problems is the best option than emergency call for repair. By servicing your gas appliances every year, you are helping yourself save money and improve your heating efficiency. Also, the important thing is that your system has been checked and working with Gas Safe Regulation & British Standard.


GAS APPLIANCE BREAKDOWN

Do you smell gas
When gas appliances break down they can be very dangerous and in some cases deadly. So we are here to help you and keep you safe. If you smell gas at home at any time, call our emergency call out and we will be at your house in the same day. We will find the leak and fix it, hence always be leaving you in a safe and gas free environment.

Safety of gas pipework
A leak from gas pipes or damaged seals can be very dangerous for your home and if you are using lots of gas, that can cause problems. So whenever our engineers carry out servicing for your home we check for any leaks or problems. By doing so we are able to minimise the risk of problems by replacing the port with a new one and bring the system up to the manufacturer’s specification.