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Gas Systems

Methane is pretty much the norm in most of our homes now, used for cooking, heating water, heating radiators and even air conditioning. Methane is in fact one of the cleaner fossil fuels, flowing from the extraction source to the final user without substantial transformations. Methane is highly flammable and one of its combustion by-products is carbon monoxide, harmful to human beings.

Here is where safe gas systems come into play; it is essential to install and modify systems following current legislation, using qualified professionals who leave certification to be presented to the right authorities after concluding the installation.

The main components of Gas Systems include:

  • Gas Meter: combustible gas arrives in domestic homes through external pipes leading to an
    internal or external gas meter, which measures the fluid volume as it passes. If the meter is
    outside, an accessible shut-off valve must be placed just inside the home.
  • Internal System: Just after the meter, the gas is distributed to user devices throughout the home using the system’s tubes, which are either externally placed, or hidden within the property’s walls.It is important to remember that these tubes are not for electrical grounding or other uses. When installing systems within the walls, it’s important to adhere to the legislation governing tube placement in relation to corners, edges and ceilings, as well as proper faucet, fitting and junction placement. The latest version of the UNI CIG 7129 (2008) normative governs the installation of post-meter gas systems.
  • User appliances: after every derivation from an appliance, and therefore, every flexible or rigid pipe connecting the appliance to the internal system, a visible and easily accessible shut-off valve must be installed. Traditional gas installations are prohibited in bedrooms, and limited to hot-water purposes in bathrooms. These limits are due to the fact that when an appliance’s burner is operating, it takes in air for combustion, and then emits the fumes caused by said combustion. In closed spaces, this air is pulled through outside ventilation, and bedrooms and bathrooms do not have this supply, making the presence of gas extremely dangerous. If all other options have been exhausted, an approved combustion circuit (C type) can be installed. At the conclusion of the installation, the authorized company must leave certification stating that they have complied with all standing general and technical legislation. Authorized technical mangers or qualified designers are the only professionals who can draft annexes and respective projects.

Our offer

Facile Ristrutturare is licensed and qualified to install, transform, amplify and maintain gas distribution systems (under the legislation D.M. 37/2008), including combustion and ventilation evacuation. We offer you quick, effective and professional service, providing the system you need and guiding you through planning, installation and maintenance of your gas system.


Beginning with the gas meter and insulated or multilayered copper piping:

  • Kitchen: 600 euro
  • Furnace: 300 euro

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