Gas pipe inside cupboard, advice?

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by Hannah1992, Aug 16, 2019.

  1. Hannah1992

    Hannah1992 New Member


    Ive recently moved into a house that has a gas pipe sticking out of the wall inside one of the cupboards. Its the cupboard next to the oven.

    Any ideas on how i can hide this? Pics below


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  2. Hans_25

    Hans_25 Screwfix Select

    If that were mine, I'd remove the back of the cupboard (or cut out a larger area around the pipe), cut the pipe back and cap it off. A relatively simple job for a gas safe plumber.

    Is the pipe accessible before it comes through to the cupboard, whats on the other side?
  3. Hannah1992

    Hannah1992 New Member

    Just a wall i think, the house is only 6 years old, i’m not sure why theres just this random pipe in the cupboard.
  4. Sparkielev

    Sparkielev Screwfix Select

    May of been for previous gas oven or hob
  5. The Teach

    The Teach Screwfix Select

    dont think it can be hidden but it can be removed by a gas safe registered person :)
  6. spirits are real 2016

    spirits are real 2016 Screwfix Select

    this is an easy one shut the cupboard door then the pipe is hidden problem solved.
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  7. furious_customer

    furious_customer Screwfix Select

    And a few large tins of baked beans in front of it.
  8. spirits are real 2016

    spirits are real 2016 Screwfix Select

    there's enough gas in the pipe let alone the beans...
  9. Scott Green

    Scott Green Member

    That is a symphony kitchen in a relatively new build house. Customer would have chosen an induction/electric hob. Gas pipe would have been put in as standard.

    Remove backboard, get it cut back and capped off, replace backboard with 3mm board or put a sticker etc over existing hole
    nigel willson likes this.

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