An oven installation can be a difficult job if the correct preparation is not performed correctly. The first step of any oven installation is very important. This consists of measuring the space in your kitchen and ensuring that the space you have complied with the gas oven installation and cooker regulations.
When measuring the space you have for your new gas oven to go in to, you should always leave enough space to fit the appliance and ensure that you have an electrical socket near by if your oven requires this. The height of the oven can vary so you should always ensure that it fits with your cabinets and is the correct size.
Once you have purchased your new gas oven one of our Gas Safe registered engineers can complete your oven installation.
Our engineer will first switch off the gas at the mains supply to ensure no gas leaks whilst carrying out your oven installation. Copper pipes will be used to secure a gas connection from the gas supply valve to the oven. After our engineer has cut and soldered a strong connection to the gas supply your gas will be turned back on.
Once your gas supply has been switched back on, our engineer will then test for any gas leaks or defects that may pose a hazard to you or your property.
When our engineer is confident that there are no gas leaks and the oven installation was a success, you will be issued with a gas safety certificate (CP12) and free to use your new oven.
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