If you are an owner of real estate in London, according to the Gas Safety Check (installation and use) of 1998, it is your responsibility to obtain a gas safety certificate every twelve months. As a locally based company, London Property Inspections is perfectly positioned to inspect your London property and issue certificates quickly so that you can stay in compliance.
Our engineers are fully qualified and respected in the area. As a small company, our overhead costs are low and we pass on those savings to our customers. We even offer the same day service if you contact us before 4 p.m.
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- It is verified that your gas appliances and pipes do not leak gas.
- Foot and working pressure are tested.
- We check the burner pressure and the gas flow with the manufacturer’s data plate.
- Verification will be made to provide all necessary ventilation.
- Appliances with open chimney must be checked to ensure that combustion products are removed.
- It is verified that the flame failure equipment is working properly.
- Investigations will be reported for any evidence of unsafe operation.
Average score of 9.9 of Gas Safety Check
“Fantastic! At the last minute and at a very reasonable price. I will use it again!
Customer in London
“David arrived on time and performed the service, although access to the boiler was a bit complicated. Very professional, efficient and above all a reasonable rate. ”
Customer in Isle worth
Tips for Gas Safety Check
From a legal point of view, you only need to perform a gas safety inspection every 12 months, but it is also a good idea to check the equipment between tenants. You then ensure that your devices are in optimum condition before your new tenants move.
You must keep copies of all documentation. You must maintain the safety inspection for two years and provide a copy to all your tenants within 28 days of the inspection. If your tenants change, they need a copy of the gas safety certificate before they move. If your contract states that the agent is responsible, then they meet the gas safety regulations (installation and use) of 1998.
Installing a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm is highly recommended, not only by us, but also by HSE. It is the best way to ensure that your renters are safe from the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. But an alarm may never replace regular maintenance and safety checks.
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