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Gas Installation Services

The PRO’s offer many GAS services including Gas Hob, Gas Stove, Gas Oven and Gas Geyser Installations & repairs.  The also provide Gas Certificates (COC).

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Gas hob installation is simply fitting a gas cooktop in a kitchen. The process involves:

  • Securing the hob
  • Connecting it to the gas supply
  • Following safety rules and regulations

Proper installation is critical for safety and efficiency. Improper installation risks gas leaks and other hazards.

A certified gas engineer or technician should do the installation to meet local safety standards.

Gas Hob vs Electric: Advantages:

The Advantages Of A Gas Hob vs an Electric Hob

  • Gas stove installation means setting up a gas-fueled oven and cooktop in your kitchen.
  • This includes correctly placing the stove, hooking it to the gas line, and following safety regulations.
  • Correct installation is critical to avoid gas leaks, fire risks, or carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • To ensure safety and compliance with local codes, use a certified gas engineer or technician for the job.

Gas oven installation is the process of safely connecting a gas-powered oven to a home’s natural gas supply system.

This typically involves assembling and positioning the oven, connecting it to the gas supply pipe, ensuring proper ventilation, and testing for leaks and proper operation.

Due to the potential risks associated with natural gas, it is crucial to follow manufacturer guidelines and local regulations, and to enlist the help of a qualified professional to ensure a safe and efficient installation.

The process of setting up a gas-powered water heating system.

What’s needed:

  • Connection to gas supply
  • Connection to water supply
  • Ensure proper ventilation


Make sure to follow safety guidelines to…

    • Prevent gas leaks
    • Avoid combustion hazards


Benefits of having a gas geyser installed:

    • Efficient on-demand water heating
    • Reliable and cost-effective hot water source
    • Off the grid hot water solution

A Gas Certificate of Compliance (COC) in South Africa is an official document that confirms the safe and compliant installation of gas appliances in a property, in accordance with the South African National Standards (SANS) and the Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER).

This certificate is issued by an accredited and registered gas installer after a thorough inspection of the gas system.

It is a legal requirement for homeowners and landlords to obtain a Gas COC when selling a property or installing new gas equipment to ensure safety and regulatory compliance.

We provide many other GAS related services, contact us today!

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8 Things To Check Before Choosing A Gas Installer

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1. Certification and Registration: The installer should be certified by the South African Qualification and Certification Committee for the Gas Industry (SAQCC Gas), a body mandated by the Department of Labour to ensure all gas practitioners are competent in their field. You can verify the installer’s registration on the SAQCC Gas website.

2. Experience: Look for a gas installer with a long history of working in the industry and with different types of installations.

3. Reputation: Check online reviews and ratings, and ask around for personal referrals. Look for consistently positive feedback, focusing not just on the quality of the installation, but also on professionalism, punctuality, cleanliness, and communication.

4. Insurance: Make sure the installer has adequate insurance coverage. This will protect you from any liability should there be an accident during the installation.

5. Quotes: Get multiple quotes from different installers to ensure you’re getting a competitive rate. However, remember that the lowest price isn’t always the best choice. Weigh the cost against the installer’s reputation, experience, and professionalism.Complete the form below to quickly get multiple quotes.

6. Safety Standards: The installer should adhere to safety standards as specified by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) and the Liquified Petroleum Gas Safety Association of South Africa (LPGSASA).

7. Service Guarantees: Does the installer offer any sort of guarantee or warranty on their work? If something goes wrong shortly after the installation, you’ll want to be sure they will take responsibility and correct the problem.

8. Communication and Customer Service: Consider how responsive and helpful the installer is when you’re gathering information. Good communication can be a sign of a business that will take care of its customers.

By considering these 8 points, you can make an informed decision when choosing a gas installer in Cape Town.

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Safety Regulations & Requirements*

  • Use a registered installer.
  • Use a qualified gas dealer.
  • Only use tested and verified gas products.
  • Check that the seal on the gas bottle matches the brand of gas bottle to prevent gas leaks.
  • Don’t turn the gas knob to 100% before you ignite it and don’t wait too long before you ignite it either.

Do you suspect that your gas appliance is not functioning 100%?

Tip: Turn it off immediately and to not fiddle with it until it has been checked by a registered gas company. Open all the windows and doors for maximum ventilation. And turn off the gas supply at the valve on the connected gas bottle.

*confirm with your preferred gas installer

Gas Bottles May Not Be Installed:

  • Less than 1 metre sideways from doors and windows.
  • Less than 2 metres from drains and air vents.
  • Less than 3 metres below windows (unless a non-combustible roof is installed).
  • Less than 1 metre from the property boundary wall (unless it is a fire wall).
  • Less than 5 metres sideways away from a switchable electric point or plug switch.
  • Light bulbs may not be less than 1,5 metres above a gas bottle.

*confirm with your preferred gas installer