Have been offered by in-laws a 2nd hand but good cooker to replace our old wreck. It was checked by a Corgi engineer prior to being installed at their house, but would I need a Corgi (or its new equivalent) engineer to do the install at ours? As I understand its just cementing in a pipe, which a relative can do but isnt qualified.
Ive read conflicting things - one said even if we had an unrelated fire without the appropriate Corgi certificate our house insurance could be invalidated. But others (admittedly DIT forums) say its an easy job.
Anyone know for sure, and how much a qualified installer would charge?