Gas Cooker Fitting & Disconnection Billericay
(and surrounding areas)
Call – 01277 800075
When it comes to installing a new gas oven or hob or disconnecting and removing an old oven, you want to use an experienced Gas Safe Registered engineer. Gas installations are not a DIY operation. You want to rest assured your new ovens fitted correctly and are safe.
TM Hughes & Son tick all the boxes. We have a team of qualified and certified engineers on hand to fit your new gas oven to the correct standard with our Gas Cooker Installation & Disconnection service.
Our team is gas safe registered and has many years of experience in installing and servicing gas appliances.
All Types Of Gas Cooker Installed At The Best Prices
The process is swift and hassle-free, our prices are amongst the best in the area, and we can fit any gas cooker/hob, which include
- Gas Cookers
- LPG Gas Cookers
- Gas Range Cookers
- Built-In Gas Ovens
- Dual Fuel Cookers
- Gas Hobs
- Built-In Gas Hobs
Gas is a greener fuel than electricity; cooking with gas ensures a smaller carbon footprint. Cooking is more accurate with even heat distribution. It’s for this very reason professional chefs always use gas over electricity.
Many insist that gas cooked food tastes better. Gas ovens are a firm favourite with the residents of Billericay. Once you have an oven, you need an experienced engineer to disconnect your old oven and ft your new one.
Warranties & Home Insurance
Gas cookers and hobs are very reliable devices, and most oven manufacturers offer long warranties. Many warranties are only valid if the ovens been fitted by a Gas Safe Registered engineer 9the same often true for breakdown insurance as well)
The Hot Zone
Before booking an installation, you need to be sure the ‘hot zone’ area’s suitable for your new cooker.
The ‘hot zone’ is the area above the cooker. No combustible materials are allowed in the hot zone area—750mm above the hob and 50mm on each side of the hob.
Ensure there are no kitchen units, shelves, switches, sockets, smoke alarms, electric cables, trunking, boilers or wallpaper/wood cladding in the hot zone area, anything that could catch fire.
If you’re unsure, give us a call, and one of our engineers will advise.
Your new cooker needs to be within 1.5 meters of the gas line and have a suitable connection that’ll allow a tight and safe fitting. If this isn’t the case with your gas line/connection, don’t worry, we can fit the required pipes and connection to make the installation work.
A Typical Gas Cooker Installation
Here’s what the procedure will look like when installing a new gas cooker.
- An engineer will turn up at the pre-agreed time.
- The engineer will present his Gas Safe ID.
- The areas inspected to ensure it’s safe for a new cooker.
- The gas supply is switched off.
- The old cooker is disconnected from the gas supply and removed
- The gas connections inspected to make sure it’ll work safely with the new cooker.
- The new cooker’s connected to the gas line
- The gas supply is switched on.
- The connections tested for gas leaks.
- The cookers switched on and tested as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
- A gas appliance installation certificates written (keep for your records)
Please use the phone number or contact form below to book a gas cooker installation/disconnection