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LPG Services

For expert LPG, or Liquefied Petroleum Gas, services in Exeter and across the surrounding area, including both installations and repairs, contact GASLEC today. Our engineers are Gas Safe registered and highly experienced for your peace of mind. We are available to help with any LPG system, including those used in static caravans. To find out more, get in touch today.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

LPG stands for ‘Liquefied Petroleum Gas’, and refers to a hydrocarbon gas, such as propane or butane, that exists in a liquid form. LPG is colourless, low in carbon and extremely efficient. It typically comes in pressurised steel bottles, which you may have seen hooked up to a caravan or gas barbecue.

Like any gas fuel, LPG must be handled carefully, and the system it is used in must be kept in full working order. To ensure this, make sure you hire a qualified, experienced engineer to carry out any installations, repairs, or maintenance you require.

For more information about LPG and the range of related services we offer, contact our team today.

LPG Services for Static Caravans & Holiday Parks

LPG is perhaps most widely common in caravan parks, where it constitutes the main source of fuel for heating static caravans and running cooking appliances. Whether you’re fitting out a brand new caravan with an LPG set-up, or carrying out repairs on an existing system, make sure you choose a gas engineer you can trust.

So, if you’re responsible for a holiday park or even just a single caravan, choose GASLEC for all the LPG services you require. With over 20 years’ experience and a wealth of knowledge and expertise, we can offer you a safe, reliable service every time.

Installations, Maintenance & Repairs

Our engineers can help keep your LPG system running both safely and smoothly. We can fit out homes, businesses and caravans with high-quality gas systems that last the test of time. Furthermore, we can provide ongoing repairs and maintenance if required, alongside expert advice and support.

Frequently Asked Questions

Propane (C3H8) and butane (C₄H₁₀) are simply two different forms of Liquefied Petroleum Gas. They have different boiling temperatures and, as such, are suited to different applications. For advice on which type of gas is most suitable for your situation, contact our experts.

How long a single bottle of LPG lasts depends on a range of factors, such as the time of year and the size of the space you need to heat. As a back-up, most systems allow for two bottles to be hooked up so that you can easily switch over when one runs out.

As with any gas fuel, LPG is safe as long as it has been set up by a qualified professional. If you have any doubts or questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Contact Us Today for Professional LPG Services

For more information, or to book one of our engineers, get in touch today.

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