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Wherever you are in the UK, when you need an emergency plumber that provides top quality plumbing services give IGS a call. We have a national network of gas registered plumbers available. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Whether you are having problem with your plumbing or heating system, you can rest assured that you’ll get the best solution at the most competitive prices.  We offer a wide range of plumbing services, tailored to meet your needs and requirements.

If you are a tenant, always:

  • Check the ID card of any gas engineer that comes to do work in your home. The engineer must be Gas Safe registered
  • Co-operate with your landlord and let a registered engineer in whenever a gas safety check or maintenance is required
  • Ask for a copy of the gas safety certificate before you move in or within 28 days of it being carried out

Remember, if you think a gas appliance is faulty turn it off and let your landlord know immediately. Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. If you feel unwell seek medical help immediately. For more information and to find and check an engineer, go to Gas Safe Register or call 0800 408 5500.

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What Our Customers Say

“I used Intergas solutions for the first time recently. I was very happy with the job, the price was the best quoted to me and he was very helpful and explained everything to me. Will call them again when I need a plumber.”

“Very prompt and helpful, the work was guaranteed so when I called him back to check something for me he very kindly did so with no extra charge .He worked around my working schedule to and came after my return from work.”

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What to do if you smell gas

Smell gas? Call the us on 07982

Turn off your gas

If you think you have a gas leak, you need to turn off your gas supply at the meter.

Find your emergency control valve. In newer houses, the emergency control valve is normally outside with the gas meter – in a meter box. If it’s not there, try looking under the stairs, beneath the kitchen sink or in the garage.

Turn the handle so the lever is at 90 degrees to the upright gas pipe.

Next steps

Open all your doors and windows to let gas out and some fresh air in.

Don’t switch anything electrical on or off.

Put out all naked flames. Don’t smoke, strike matches or do anything which could make the gas catch fire.

If you have any electrical security entry phones or locks, don’t use them. Open your doors manually.