Suspected gas leak:
If you have a suspected gas leak please call the gas emergency services and provide them with the below.
These questions will allow the Northern Ireland Gas Emergency Service to ensure an engineer is sent to the right address and provide you with the right safety advice.
Even if the suspected leak is outdoors, you should still call the Northern Ireland Gas Emergency Service on 0800 002 001. All calls are free and it’s vital to report any suspected gas escape, even if it is outside.
What happens next?
Engineers aim to attend all uncontrolled escapes within one hour and all controlled escapes within two hours. In a controlled gas escape, the person reporting it has confirmed that the gas emergency control valve for the premises has been turned off and the smell of gas has gone. An uncontrolled gas escape covers all others.
What if the gas leak is indoors?
Once the property is made safe, the engineer will explain that any work on appliances (e.g. cookers, boilers or fires) has to be carried out by a Gas Safe™ registered engineer. That’s when you will call Safe Gas and we can send a Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out all the necessary checks to get your appliances up to standard and leave your appliance operational.
You can contact us by calling 02890343665, text 07862288295 or email email@example.com.
Emergency Gas Boiler repair:
Our engineers cover over the Friday from 5pm to 10 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 10pm. When contacting us for an emergency repair, you can call us on 02890343665,email firstname.lastname@example.org text 07862288295.
Lewis Gallagher, Graymount
Gas Central Heating Installation
Brian Shaw, Carrick Area