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Working with gas connections and appliances in the UK

Whether you just want to add an additional gas point, move an existing point or do any type of work to a gas installation, the advice is simple - DON'T!!

Gas can be very dangerous and the law in the UK states that all persons carrying out work connected with gas must be registered with The Council for Registered Gas Installers (commonly referred to as CORGI).

Any person carrying out DIY work or an unregistered tradesman carrying out such work is not only breaking the law but endangering the occupants of the premises.

If you need any gas work carried out, don't do it yourself and don't use an unregistered tradesman - it's not worth it even if you save a few pounds. CORGI registered tradesman can be found in most local business directories.





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