Our Gas, safety Certifacting services
- Gas safety inspections
- Landlord gas safety certificates
- Homebuyer gas safety checks
- Boiler servicing and repairs
- Gas appliance installation and maintenance
- Carbon monoxide testing
We understand that gas safety is of the utmost importance, so we offer flexible scheduling and competitive pricing. We work with landlords, property managers, and homeowners to ensure that their properties comply with all gas safety regulations.
Some examples of domestic gas appliances that need testing
- Gas fires
- Water heaters
- Gas ovens
- Gas ranges
- Tumble dryers
- Gas space heaters
- Gas room heaters
- Gas central heating systems
It is important to note that any appliance connected to a gas supply must be inspected and tested for safety by a qualified and registered gas engineer. This includes new and existing appliances and any appliances that have been moved or modified.
Gas Safety Certificate for Landlords
Gas safety inspections are a legal requirement for landlords in the UK. As a landlord, you are responsible for ensuring that all gas appliances, fittings and flues are safe for your tenants. This includes ensuring that all appliances are regularly inspected and tested by a qualified and registered gas engineer.
Gas Safety Inspection
During a gas safety inspection, a qualified and registered gas engineer will check all gas appliances and fittings for signs of wear and tear, damage, and proper functioning. They will also check for gas leaks and ensure that the appliances are correctly ventilated. The engineer will also check the flues and chimneys to ensure they are clear and functioning correctly.
The Gas Safe engineer will also check for any carbon monoxide emissions and test for the Gas's presence. Carbon monoxide is a deadly gas with no smell, taste or colour, so regular testing is essential to ensure the safety of tenants.
After the inspection, the gas engineer will provide a gas safety certificate, which must be provided to your tenants within 28 days of the inspection and kept for two years. Landlords must also keep a record of the inspection and provide a copy to any new tenants before they move in.
It is recommended that landlords arrange for an annual gas safety inspection to ensure the safety of their tenants and compliance with legal requirements.
By not having regular gas safety inspections, landlords are risking the health and safety of their tenants and could face legal action and fines if an incident occurs. Trusting a professional and certified company to handle your gas safety inspections will give you peace of mind that your property is safe and compliant.
Gas-Safe Qualified Engineers
All our gas engineers are Gas Safe registered and have years of experience. Please don't take any chances with gas safety. Trust the experts at our company to ensure the safety of your property. Contact us today to schedule your gas safety inspection or to learn more about our services.
All domestic gas appliances need to be tested and inspected for safety regularly.
Don't hesitate to get in touch with us to arrange a Gas safety inspection or discuss your requirements.