Keep living rooms warm, safe and cosy
A glowing gas fire is the focal point of any room. It’s also a great way to get instant heat and the perfect place to gather around with your family and friends.
Gas Fire Installation
Our experienced Gas Safe engineers can supply and fit a wide range of gas fires; from traditional period gas fires, country cottage gas stoves, minimalist glass hole-in-the-walls, and everything in between.
Gas Fire Servicing and Repairs
If you’re having trouble with your gas fire, we’re here to help. We can also provide annual servicing to keep your gas fire running efficiently and safely.
Experienced Gas Safe Engineers
Whatever appliance you need help with, our friendly, expert Gas Safe Engineers will provide top-notch service and leave everything clean and tidy
The best care for your gas fire
Whether you're installing a new gas fire or keeping an old one in tip-top condition, our 10 years of experience looking after local homeowners like you mean we can help out fast.
Gas fire install | £120
Our Gas Safe engineers install new gas fires that transform the look of your room. As well as an instant source of heat, a gas fire is a cosy place to gather around on an evening.
Gas fire service | £70
Our annual gas fire service, is carried out by Gas Safe engineers, giving you peace of mind that you’re safe and your fire is prepped to keep you warm in the colder months.
Gas fire repair | £50
We’re experts at pinpointing your gas fire problem and fixing it quickly, leaving you and your home feeling warm, cosy and safe. One hours labour (excluding parts) is only £50.
What's wrong with my gas fire?
Good news! Most gas fire problems can be easily solved and some you can even take a look at yourself (if you feel comfortable doing so).
1 ) Your gas supply – It sounds obvious, but it’s worth checking that your mains gas supply hasn’t been knocked or turned off accidentally.
2 ) Coals, stones or logs – Have they been moved, maybe for cleaning? Or knocked, pets and young children tend to like playing with them? Check your manual to see if they’re in the right place as the fire may not work if they’re positioned incorrectly.
3 ) Ignition – Your manual will explain exactly how to correctly light your fire and this often differs from model to model. These instructions can sometimes be printed and stuck to your fire too.
4 ) Get help – If it’s still not working after you’ve tried the above, or you’re not comfortable in doing so, it’s time to ask for help. Contact our gas fire experts on 0191 289 3464 or message us today.