Commercial
DL Gas Services provide heating services to commercial clients throughout Cornwall.

We provide regular servicing and checks for offices, schools, shops, clubs, YMCAs, restaurants, takeaways, mobile catering units, factories, B&Bs, hotels, guest houses, garden centres bars, pubs & clubs and also provide all the necessary documentation where required.

We also offer installation services for commercial kitchen appliances, gas work and plumbing.

Problems or breakdowns can be costly to many businesses, causing loss of custom whilst waiting for the problem to be addressed, or loss of productivity if your staff cannot function until the issue has been resolved.

With DL Gas Services Ltd, you can rest assured that your plumbing and heating needs will be in safe hands. A commercial contract with us means we are on hand 24/7 to cater for your needs.

We are available for annual checks and services and all other plumbing and heating needs your business may have.

We can help commercial clients with the following services.

  • Annual service & maintenance PPM contracts
  • Installation of gas appliances
  • Maintain and repair existing equipment
  • Testing & commissioning gas appliances
  • Radiant tube heaters
  • Warm air heaters
  • Plaque heaters
  • Mobile catering vans service, repair, inspection and test
  • Gas catering equipment to current standards
  • Gas safety records and certification
  • Gas interlock systems
  • Commercial boiler installation, servicing and repair
  • Caravan parks

Is your commercial kitchen legally compliant?

Thinking of changing your commercial kitchen or maybe just bringing it up to date? Whichever you choose to do DL Gas Services Ltd can install all your appliances, pipework and plumbing.

Legislation (Interlocking in commercial kitchens)

BS6173 – effective from 1st April 2001. Specification of gas fired catering appliances for use in all types of catering establishments (2nd and 3rd family gases).

The requirements for interlocking canopy extraction systems to the gas supply is specified in regulation 27(4) of the Gas Safety (installation and Use) Regulations 1998 (GSIUR). This regulation requires that any powered-operated flue must shut off the gas supply in the event of a failure that prevents effective removal of the products of combustion. It applies to catering extraction canopies, although it is accepted that extraction canopies are not flues in the strictest sense, apart from extracting steam and grease from the kitchen – they also extract products of combustion from the air and therefore are classified of equal status with powered flues.

For more information about our commercial heating services, call 07810 30 46 59 to find out what we can do for your business.