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    Moving a Gas pipe in our kitchen

    What sort of cost should I expect to pay a gasman to move a pipe in our kitchen?

    At the moment the pipe goes up into the floorspace, across 4 foot then down 4 foot and terminated with a wall outlet.

    We want it:
    Going up in the floor space (As it is now), along 8 foot (In the floor space too) and down 4 foot and terminated with a wall outlet.


    We can remove floor boards so he can have access to the floor space. So what sort of cost should we be expecting?
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    Prolly an hours labour max i would have thought.

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    Moving a Gas pipe in our kitchen

    hi WHY NOT MOVE IT YOUER SELF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twotrees View Post
    hi WHY NOT MOVE IT YOUER SELF.

    Er because you are not registered to do so!
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    We had a local gasman out few weeks back to relocate a gas pipe serving the cooker from one side of the kitchen to the opposite side. It run down beneath the floor boards, and think he charged £80. Not sure how long it took though.
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    its about £80 as long as its no more than a metre i think
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    Take it your moving the cooker Lee?

    How much room's under the floor?

    I shouldn't be more than £100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twotrees View Post
    hi WHY NOT MOVE IT YOUER SELF.

    No Corgi Registration as K3FUS said!
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    As said I am not Corgi (And you have to use different solder fittings or solder too I think)

    Its being moved about 3 metres.

    So £100 ish give or take should do it.
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    iirc it is also illegal to connect a gas cooker as well it must be done by some one is is COrgi registered

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