Gas Work Question

Gas cooker regulations when you have a conservatory in front of your kitchen

I have a new conservatory witch covers the length of my house it also goes across my kitchen, because of that I was told I could not install my new gas cooker unless I made some kind of ventilation better. I was hoping to take out the kitchen window witch would then kind of make it one room as I have two doors and four windows in the conservatory, would that be
ok for ventilation or are there other options I could do?
Kind Regards
Mr D Wood

1 Answer

Best Answer

Hello most cookers require ventilation via an openable window putting in your conservatory has taken the cookers necessary ventilation, but if you did remove the window from your kitchen to your conservatory then yes in most cases the cooker should be fine to be installed by a gas safe registered engineer.

Answered 26th Feb 2014

Adam Gas & Plumbing Services

Member since 14 Jan 2014

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