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National Grid have come and replaced the gas meter in a rental property, putting it outside the property instead of where it was in the kitchen, leaving the gas bonding in the old place and so it is no longer in the correct location. I became aware of this when having the Gas Cert done, the plumber saying there was no bonding to the meter, and so have had to pay for it to be relocated by an electrician, costing 120. He said he has had several situations where this has occurred in properties he has worked in.
Nat Grid are refusing to refund me as they said it was 'sub standard'so they don't have to replace it, but it was fitted only 1 year previously by the same electrician.
Has anyone else had the same situation?
24/09/2015 09:53

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