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Areas Covered

Although we are based in Durham, we are pleased to travel throughout the surrounding areas too. All of our high quality workmanship is fully guaranteed and insurance backed, and our gas safe registered engineers don’t charge for estimates or call outs. In terms of like-for-like pricing, we are extremely competitive, yet you will also find that this has no effect on the quality of our workmanship – we don’t cut corners. Get in touch with CT Gas for further information or a free estimate. In addition to Durham, we cover the following areas:


The name you can trust to keep your family warm

CT Gas are leading the way in all aspects of plumbing & central heating by being the home heating specialist with a difference. By combining over 20 years of expertise in heating services CT Gas should be your only port of call for making your home as comfortable as it can be.

We are seeing our successes grow all the time. Even as a relatively young company we have already built up a loyal customer base and a reputation for delivering superb customer service. With a wide variety of products to heat your home and keep it looking stylish we have all you need and truly offer a service you’ll struggle to find elsewhere.

About Durham

Durham is a city in the North-East of England and is well known for its Norman cathedral and 11th-century castle. Durham Cathedral is famous for being the final resting place of Saint Cuthbert and Saint Bede the Venerable, and the castle has been the home of Durham University since 1832.Both of these historic buildings have been designated World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1986.

Here are ten interesting facts about the town:

1. The name “Durham” comes from the Old English “dun”, meaning hill, and the Old Norse “holme”, which translates to island.

2. The present city can clearly be traced back to AD 995, when a group of monks from Lindisfarne chose to found a church on its high peninsula  to settle with the body of Saint Cuthbert, that had previously lain in Chester-le-Street.

3. The Battle of Neville’s Cross which took place near the city on 17 October 1346 between the English and Scots is the most famous battle of the age.

4. The first Durham Miners’ Gala was held in 1871 and remains the largest socialist trade union event in the world.

5. The whole of the centre of Durham is designated a conservation area. In addition to the Cathedral and Castle, Durham contains over 630 listed buildings 569 of which are located within the city centre conservation area.

6. The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham, commonly referred to as Durham Cathedral was founded in its present form in AD 1093 and remains a centre for Christian worship today.