Anyone who owns appliances or gas accessories must be aware of the risks of unsafe gas work. This section provides valuable information about home gas safety certificate and how you can help keep you and your family safe.
Have you checked your Gas Appliances
When did you last check the gas appliances in your house? Gas appliances must be checked for safety each year and regularly checked by an approved Gas Safe engineer. Discover why it is so important and which inspections your engineer will perform.
Have you installed a new gas appliance?
There is a lot to consider when purchasing a new gas appliance. Read our tips on how you can ensure that the process runs as smoothly as possible and that your device is installed safely.
Buying a new house?
There are so many things to think about when buying a new home that gas safety certificate may not be at the top of the list. Make sure you know what to look out for and how you can ensure that your new home is safe.
Do I have a hazard label on my device?
If an engineer has identified a gas-related hazard in your home, he will put a warning label on the use of the hazardous gas accessory and give you a warning. Discover the meaning of these warning messages and what steps you should take when you receive one.
Improve your house?
When you think of home improvement, you may be tempted to save money and do it yourself. However, if you work on gas appliances without qualifications, you can endanger the lives of yourself and others.
Risks of unsafe gas appliances
Unsafe gas appliances can endanger your life. Make sure you know the potentially dangerous consequences and warning signs that you should consider.
Tips for gas safety
A one-stop shop with the best tips for you and your family to be home safely all year round.
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