I am trying to do up an old kitchen in an ex-council house. It was built in the 50's sometime I think. There is a gas cooker with a hose to a gas pipe on a wall under a worktop. On the wall above the cooker there are two round connections of some sort and also above the sink. Are these gas? Ideally I would like to remove these so I can tile over them. The ones over the sink have been tiled around so maybe they can't be touched. When looking under the sink there are no visible pipes leading up to these connections so must be in the cavity I guess.
The connections above the sink are hot&cold water supplies which would have had bib taps fitted above a belfast sink and could be still live,if so you would have to chisel out the wall and see if you can fit 2x female iron to copper caps.
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