How to register your gas supply
Whether it is for a premises or for a home, if you do not have an existing gas supply, you will need to register for one. This situation can occur not only in new houses or premises but also in places where, for some reason, the supply was cut off and it has not been re-registered.
To request registration, the first thing you have to take into account is the circumstances of the home or premises in question.
Is it a new build in which there has never been a supply? Or is it an existing property that may have had a supply, but one that was cancelled? It is also possible that what you need is to Change Title Holder.
It is very important that you do not confuse registering with changing marketer since registrations are only needed when there was no previous supply.
You must be sure of your circumstances since the associated costs will be different.
Changing marketer involves changing from one company to another and it is a quick procedure, during which you will not be without gas for one moment.
On the other hand, to register a supply you have to have more information and assume some costs.
Documents necessary to register for a gas supply:
For gas supplies you must:
- Have completed the interior installation of your building or home and have the boiler, heater, etc. installed.
- Have connected the feed (the pipe that connects the distribution company's installation with your interior installation). If you have not done this, you must request it in advance from the distributor in your area.
- Get the GIC: Gas Installation Certificate.
- Have a CUPS number: if you currently do not have a CUPS number you have to request it from your distribution company. You do not know what this is? We explain what CUPS is and how to find it.
- Provide the name and DNI/NIE number of the person who will be the title holder.
- Provide contact details (phone, email, etc.).
- Assign a bank account for the direct debit, although you can decide to change it later for another, completely online.