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Emergency Gas Leak or Fire - LPG
In an emergency - for any outdoor gas leak or major fire please contact AvantiGas on 0870 753 9999 and in the case of a fire call 999 notifying them that the fire involves LPG. Please note a gas order is NOT an emergency. Should you be able to, turn off the gas at the main shut off valve under the tank hood. For any indoor gas leak switch off the emergency valve, open doors and windows to ventilate the building and contact your installer or the engineer who maintains your appliances.
Emergency Gas Leak or Fire - Mains Gas
If you smell gas, have a gas leak, or are worried about a gas appliance leaking carbon monoxide, make sure you:
turn off your gas supply at the meter and leave it switched off until you’re told it’s safe
open all doors and windows for ventilation
don’t turn any electrical switches on or off
don’t smoke, strike matches/lighters or do anything that could cause a spark/ignition – and put out any naked flames
open doors manually, instead of using electrical entry phones/locks.
If you think you’ve been exposed to carbon monoxide, visit your GP as soon as you can. You can call the Gas Emergency Services free on 0800 111 999 – any time of the day or night. They’ll sort out the problem and advice you on how to stay safe.
Pipework Safety Check
Customer safety is paramount at AvantiGas and it’s important to make sure that any underground metallic pipework connecting your LPG tank to your home or property is safe. To find out what you need to do to make sure your underground pipework is safe, please click here to take the test.
Energy Saving Tips for Catering and Hospitality
For more information and advice on how to save on your business energy, please visit here to get your free copy of our catering and hospitality hotel guide.
Fork-lift Truck Training
We provide accredited Continuous Professional Development Training on the safe re-fuelling practices of LPG fork-lift trucks. Click here to learn more.
Want to know more about what LPG is, the industry codes of practice or the environmental role of LPG? Visit our trade body UKLPG here.
We work with a range of partners for off-grid LPG and on-grid mains gas partnerships. From the best plumbing and heating installers to brokers and landlords, we can help you to boost your income. Click here to find out more.
Gas Safe Register
Looking for a trusted Gas Safe Registered engineer in your area? Click here to find and check engineers at the official Gas Safe Register website.