The building has a boiler room.
What are our options?

The building does not have a boiler room

Boiler room conversion

If your building has a centralised hot water supply and/or heating system powered by another type of energy, you can get your boiler room converted to natural gas and start enjoying all the benefits of this fuel.

Information on conversion

Individualise heating and/or hot water supply

If you would like to pay for what you consume individually and set the temperature to your liking, you can decentralise the heating and/or hot water. This decentralisation or individualisation process is easier than you think.

Information on decentralisation

What does my homeowners’

association have to do?

If the property does not have natural gas or a boiler room, find out the steps you need to follow to get your property or building connected to the natural gas network.

Request connection to the network

The building does not have a boiler room

Boiler room conversion

If your building has a centralised hot water supply and/or heating system powered by another type of energy, you can get your boiler room converted to natural gas and start enjoying all the benefits of this fuel.

Information on conversion

Individualise heating and/or hot water supply

If each home in your building wants to pay for its own individual consumption and set the temperature it wants, you can decentralise the heating and/or hot water supply. This decentralisation or individualisation process is easier than you think.

Information on decentralisation

Our building has
a boiler room

What do we have to do as a homeowners’ association?

If your property does not have a natural gas supply or a boiler room, find out the steps you must take to connect your property or building to the natural gas network so that you and your neighbours can start enjoying all the benefits.

Request connection to the network

Natural gas, a clean and sustainable form of energy

Due to the pollution in our towns and cities, we need to choose forms of energy that care for both the environment and our health. Today, it is fundamental to reduce traffic, opt for more sustainable forms of transport and substitute oil heating systems that still use dirty and inefficient types of energy such as heating oil or coal.

In this context, natural gas represents the ideal solution as it is a cleaner, less polluting energy source with a lower carbon content compared to all conventional fuels, and helps preserve air quality in our cities, which is currently a matter of great concern.

Natural gas, heating oil and coal emissions

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Leyenda de emisiones CO, SOx, NOx y partículas, comparativa

Natural gas drastically reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx) and sulphur oxide (SOx) emissions, and it does not produce ash or solid particles, meaning that it helps maintain urban air quality.

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Savings and a stable price

You can make savings with one of the most economical energy sources on the market, with the most stable price over the last 15 years.

Radiator pictogram, natural gas heating

Constant comfort

A continuous supply of energy, and you will only pay for what you use.

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Quick and simple installation

It will be installed in a short time, without any great inconvenience.

FAQs about the Horizontal Property Act

How often does the Homeowners’ Association meet?

The homeowners’ association meets once a year. However, special meetings can be arranged if requested by 25% of the owners. Any owner can request that issues of interest to the association (such as natural gas) be studied and decided on at meetings.

What is the minimum approval required to cancel the building’s current energy supply?

In the case of cancelling an energy supply that serves the whole building (such as a central boiler), 3/5 of the owners representing 3/5 of the participation share must say that they want to cancel it.

What is the minimum level of approval required to install natural gas in the building?

In order to get natural gas installed in a building, it will need to be approved at the meeting by one third of the members of the homeowners’ association, representing 1/3 of the participation shares. The cost of the installation may not be passed on to neighbours who have said no, either through abstention or a negative vote. Customers who sign up after the decision can have access as long as they pay the costs for the installation.

Further information

In addition to the points mentioned above, the Statutes of the Homeowners’ Association must always be taken into account. These are obligatory and binding for all members of the association.

For more information on the Horizontal Property Act.

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