How much do gas engineers charge in 2020?
How much a gas engineer will charge you depends on the work you need and when. The most important things to consider include:
- How urgently you need the work carried out
- How long the work will take
- What parts, if any, need to replaced
When considering hiring a gas engineer, know that you need to have a qualified engineer who is on the Gas Safe Register (all Local Heroes heating and gas engineers are Gas Safe registered) to ensure the work is carried out safely.
In this article we have collated some of the most common gas engineer jobs and their average prices.
Average Local Heroes gas prices
Updated April 2020
Gas hob repair
A faulty gas hob should be fixed as soon as any issues arise. A qualified gas engineer will be able to identify any issues and, if possible, resolve it.
Average (most common) price: £54
Gas oven repair
Issues with a gas oven could be due to the gas supply and should therefore be inspected by a Gas Safe qualified engineer as soon as possible.
Average (most common) price: £78
Gas appliance installation
While many other appliances can be installed by people confident at DIY, gas appliance installation should only ever be installed by Gas Safe registered engineers.
Average (most common) price: £125
For more prices, view our guide to how much does a heating engineer charge? article.
As always, you can rely on Local Heroes when it comes to hiring tradespeople. Every single gas engineer on our platform has been extensively vetted by us, so you can have the utmost confidence you are getting the best help available.