Went round to see a mate today who has just had a boiler installed by a company that British Gas subbed out to. The job has been inspected by a BG guy after the subbies finished and as far as they are concerned its good. 1. The flue slopes outwards and ****es water, they obviously detected this as they have cut a piece of 15mm pip in half and wedged it in between the bottom of the flue and the hole they cut in the wall to try and prop the outside up. Whats the correct method they should use to adjust the angle? 2. Gas pipe follows a wiggly route on the outside wall. Out the bottom of the meter box, right, up, left above the meter box for about a meter then up the wall a bit further. This looks fugly and whats worse is none of the pipes are vertical or horizontal! They all have a slight lean to them. 3. Condensate pipe work is fugly, could have been done a lot neater. He's not too pleased but BG don't seem interested. Whats the next plan of action he should take?