Had a boiler service yesterday and to cut a long story short the engineer said that that gas pressure coming into the boiler was below the minimum required.
He said itn should be 13mb but it's 11mb from what I can gather. He advised to get a thicker gas pipe installed.
However is there any way to check if the gas pressure coming into the meter is adequate, who do I contact?
Best answer by PeterR1947
Updated on 26/07/21 by Jess_OVO
All I can say is that the gas pipe feeding your boiler should be 15mm.
Depends where you live, but worth giving Cadent a call on 0800 0745 788 and asking if they can check your gas pressure for you, your gas meter has a regulator on it (sealed) but they should be able to increase the pressure assuming there is no other problem.
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Cadent is the gas transporter mentioned here but this is dependent on your area. Find out who’s the gas transporter for your area and their contact details here.
As mentioned below, it may be worth getting a second opinion from a registered gas safe engineer.