Water and gas pipes leaks (or suspected leaks) need to be attended to straight away. Leaking water can cause costly damage and leaking gas is a dangerous fire hazard.
It’s a good idea to plan ahead for emergencies and know where both your water and gas meters (or isolation valves) are located in case they need to be shut off for an urgent repair. Knowing their location speeds up the shut down process and can substantially reduce damage. It will likely save you money too because you won’t need to pay a tradesman to go searching for the valves which are often hidden. If you know are unfamiliar with their location you can contact your water and gas suppliers who will be able to help you find them.
A typical household gas meter looks like this and should be located above ground near the front of the property –
A typical domestic water meter looks like this and while it should be easy to find, can often be installed out of site, buried in the ground, behind a locked cabinet or in a utility room –
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