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messageRecommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by codebrewery February 12, 03:05PM

Exactly what the subject says smiling smiley Just bought a new kitchen hob, and realised that the gas pipes are quite old and I'd rather a qualified plumber does it, rather than me burning the flat down.

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by thezone February 12, 03:25PM

Hi There if you still need this doing please call Robert All Aspects Plumbing we are Gas Safe registered .
Will send soe references in another message
07952584171

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by codebrewery February 21, 04:43PM

For anybody looking for a recommendation for some plumbing work to be done I cannot recommend highly enough. Prompt, friendly, and from Lancaster! All the other people saying how trustworthy and reliable Rob is should say it all, but I wanted to add to that list!

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by cella February 21, 05:13PM

Not being controversial but haven't they announced they are trying to phase out gas hobs?

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by codebrewery February 21, 05:16PM

Who's "they"?

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by cella February 21, 06:29PM

Government.
[www.bbc.co.uk]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was february 21, 06:51pm by cella.

messageRe: Recommendation for gas safe registered plumber to fit gas hob?
Posted by codebrewery February 21, 07:08PM

Oh, that old shady thing. Given their stance on climate change, and this statement:

"Gas hobs could become a thing of the past if recommendations from the Committee on Climate Change are implemented."

I'm not overly concerned anything will happen for the next 10 years. Plenty of line in it yet.


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