If you smell gas or think there's been a gas escape, don't take chances - call us immediately at any time, night or day on our FREEPHONE number: 0808 1624 444. Keep this number handy - store it in your mobile and home telephones so you can get to it quickly if it's ever needed.

Your safety is important so please remember the following:

  • Do not smoke, strike matches or turn electric switches on or off
  • Do put out naked flames, open doors and windows, keep away from the affected area and turn off the gas at the control valve

The FREEPHONE number is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year so call us immediately if you suspect there's been a gas escape on: 0808 1624 444.

Gas safety

To work legally on the Isle of Man, all gas installers must be registered by Gas Safe. We are the Island's leading Gas Safe gas installer and will even carry out an installation for you if you have purchased a product from another supplier. Please remember to get your gas boiler and other appliances checked and serviced regularly by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Carbon Monoxide Awareness: Carbon Monoxide is a poisonous gas, which is produced by incomplete burning of fossil fuels including oil, wood, coal and gas. You can't see it, smell it or taste it, but it can cause serious health problems and even death if breathed in over a long period. Please read our Gas Safety Help Note for full information and details of the precautions you can take to protect against Carbon Monoxide exposure.

Dial before you dig

Underground services can be found anywhere, in roads, footpaths, gardens and fields, even indoors. BEFORE you dig, demolish or DIY contact the Joint Utilities Dial Before you Dig service on 687766 or email dig@gov.im for advice. This free service is provided by Manx Gas, Manx Utilities, Manx Telecom, Sure and Douglas Corporation. Remember dial before you dig not after!

are you gas safe?
  • DO NOT smoke or strike matches
  • DO NOT turn electric switches on or off
  • DO put out naked flames
  • DO open doors and windows
  • DO keep away from the affected area
  • DO turn off the gas mains