If you're looking for a gas safety certificate for any reason in and around Essex, then look no further. Our Gas Safe registered engineers are qualified and competent in all aspects of domestic and commercial gas inspection, allowing them to test and certificate all gas appliances and pipework in all property types and, they can issue a gas safety certificate.
All private landlords must make sure the gas supply and appliances they provide to their tenants are safe. Every place that has gas must have a valid gas safety certificate.
Reason to choose us?
√ Registered gas engineer
√ Fully insured
√ No hidden charges
√ Low cost and high-quality service
Our Domestic Gas Safety Price:
From £55 plus VAT for 1 appliance.
Boiler service from £85 plus VAT including a gas safety certificate for 1 appliance.
If you need commercial gas inspections, please visit - Commercial gas certificates.
All our engineers are qualified and registered with the Gas Safe Register.
After the safety inspection is complete, the gas safe engineer should provide you with a gas safety certificate/record (or CP12 certificate). This document should be held for at least 24 months after the date of the service and should be given to your existing tenants within 28 days of completion, or to new tenants before their tenancy start. If the rental duration is less than 28 days, you may display a copy of the gas safety inspection record in a prominent position within the dwelling.
Why Do you need one?
If you are a landlord, you are legally required to conduct a gas safety inspection of your rental property once a year. All landlords have a legal obligation under the Gas Safety Regulations 1998 to maintain gas all appliances and flues that have been fitted for their tenants and to have them inspected every 12 months.
Therefore, every rental property that has any sort of gas appliance, whether it be a gas fire or a gas boiler, requires a Gas Safety Certificate. In order to get the Landlord’s Gas Certificate in Essex, you need to hire a qualified gas safe engineer to carry out the inspection.
In the event that a landlord does not hold a valid gas safety record or does not do works required, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has the authority to prosecute. Failure to comply gas safety requirements is a criminal offence and can be punished by fines or imprisonment.