Natural Gas Cookers
The installation of a gas cooker is usually quite straightforward, if there is an existing gas supply. Usually a bayonet is used to connect the cooker to the gas supply then a chain or bracket is fitted to provide stability to the cooker. In some situations the volume of the room will need to be taken into consideration and the suitability of adjacent work tops. Some cookers require an electrical supply for the controls, and it goes without saying if you have an electrical fan oven on a range cooker or gas hob and with electric oven then consideration will need to given for a suitable electric supply.
If you need any advice or information on supply or installation please contact us and in the first instance we can advise over the phone before a site survey.