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Poorly fitted and serviced gas appliances can cause:


  • Gas leaks
  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning


In a gas emergency you need to act quickly and take the following steps:

  • Get fresh air immediately - open all doors and windows to ventilate the area
  • Switch off the appliance and gas pipework by turning off the gas supply at the emergency control valve at the gas meter.
  • Do not turn the gas supply on again until it has been checked by a Gas Safe registered engineer.
  • Do not operate electrical switches, operating electrical equipment can ignite escaping gas.
  • Extinguish all naked flames.
  • Call the National Gas Emergency number – 0800 111 999 (If you're deaf or hard of hearing, you can use a textphone (Minicom) on 0800 371 787). Please note: This number is for England, Scotland and Wales – for emergency numbers in other regions and for LPG visit our useful contact numbers page.


  • If you are feeling unwell visit your GP or hospital immediately and inform them that you may have been exposed to carbon monoxide.
  • Contact a Gas Safe registered engineer to check and fix the appliance.

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