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Gas bottles for your home

Heating for your home, made easy

LPG but not as you know it

Our gas bottles are the ideal flexible solution for customers who would like to benefit from Flogas LPG without having to make space for a bulk tank.

We’ll take care of your home energy so you can take care of the things that are important to you. And we’ll keep things simple – our team of energy experts will manage the installation for you, from beginning to end.

Why you should choose gas bottles to heat your home

Convenient and hassle free

Gas bottles take up very little space and there’s no need to make any changes to your garden.

Don’t worry about unsightly gas bottles

Gas bottles can be concealed using a safe storage solution.

Cost effective

Our direct debit plan allows you to spread your gas costs over the year.

Contact us today and we’ll have you up and running in 3 simple steps:

Your personalised quote

We’ll visit your home and provide you with a quote for your installation.

Your installation

We’ll make sure your home is ready for your new gas bottles. We’ll even hide away your gas bottles in a secure storage cabinet if you prefer.

You’re ready to Flo

When you’re a part of the family of Flo, we’ll take care of you. You can place your order for replacement gas bottles online and we’ll deliver them at a time which suits you.

Get in touch

Interested in finding out more about our gas bottle solution?

Take a look at our specifications

Are gas bottles the right solution for your home? Use our checklist to find out the requirements,

If being located against your property the gas bottles must be sited against a wall or building structure with at least 30 minutes fire resistance.

Gas bottles must be positioned on firm, level ground in a well-ventilated area, they should be reasonably protected from accidental damage or interference and remain accessible at all times. 

LPG bottles must be stored outside, and not in cellars or basements. 

There needs to be a minimum of one metre horizontally from the nearest gas bottle valve to fixed sources of ignition, unprotected electrical equipment, excessive heat sources or doors, air bricks, ventilation ducts, flue terminals, and openable windows. 

There needs to be a minimum of two metres horizontally from the nearest gas bottle valve to untrapped drains, unsealed gullies and openings to cellars. 

The area around the gas bottle needs to be kept clear of litter, vegetation or flammable materials. 

Gas bottles must not be located within three metres of any corrosive, toxic or oxidising material.