Gas Work Question

Can gas piping be routed down to plinth level behind white applicances and cupboardsin kitchen? so that kitchen units fit the 60 depth

replacing exisitng kitchen with ikea ktichen which does not have incorporating housing rear for utility services so wanted to know if the gasworks pipes can be lowered to fit.

3 Answers

Best Answer

Hi Zimo,

Yes it can...

You would normally run pipes(all services) as low as possible... underneath the bottom of the unit is best, so you don't have to notch the unit's. Much tidier fit in general. Most appliances are also notched out at the back at plinth level to allow for this, so you can push the appliances back further/closer to the wall.

Kind regards

Mark

Answered 25th Dec 2011

Rebel Carpenter

Member since 24 Sep 2008

Yes , but by a Gas Reg installer.

Answered 25th Dec 2011

sovereign plumbing and heating

Member since 23 Nov 2011

Yes it can, make sure a gas safe engeneer does pipework though.

Answered 4th Jul 2016

TouchWood Projects

Member since 14 Mar 2016

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