Do you need the LPG certificate?
We are registered with Gas Safe to provide gas safety certificate for mobile catering units, caravan, holiday homes, mobile home, boats and outdoor events.
Our highly trained engineers with many years of experience in the service, repair and installation of LPG. Whether it is LPG pipework, mobile catering equipment, cookers, LPG storage solutions, stoves, boilers, fires, warm air heaters, water heaters, fridges, heating systems or any LPG fired gas appliances. We can provide a gas engineer to carry out all varieties of LPG work safely and legally and provide certification upon completion of works.
What is LPG?
LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is commonly used in areas that do not have a natural gas main installed. LPG is widely supplied as two different gases, Propane and Butane. Butane is only sold in cylinders and is typically used for small installations. Propane can be supplied in both cylinders or bulk storage tanks and is used to supply average to large size installations.
Why you hire us:
√ Registered with gas safe
Our price for LPG ( Liquid Petroleum Gas) Certificate-
( Prices may vary depending on the appliances and locations)
Mobile catering/van- was from
£180, now from £140.
Holiday home- was from
£185, now from £140.
Boat – was from
£190, now from £150.
Caravan – was from
£190, now from £140.
Any other LPG Certificate, please call office.
Our prices are subject to VAT*.
The price includes checking only one appliance and complete the certificate. If you have more than one LPG appliance, we charge £40 for each any additional appliances. Please contact us on 02080047715, if you have any question or for a fixed quotation. If you need the LPG certificate for more appliances, we can offer you more discount.
We are one of the few Essex based gas installations and servicing companies that are qualified to install, commission certificate and repair LPG gas appliances. Whether you have a mobile catering, Caravan, Boat, Holiday Home or are just not on the natural gas mains network call us today to arrange a free quote or to discuss your requirements.
All fixed LPG gas appliances should be regularly serviced and safety checked every year by a suitably qualified Gas Safe registered engineer. You should check your engineer is qualified to work on your property type, as well as qualified to work on the individual appliance.
No ignition sources. As LPG is flammable, gas bottles must be kept a minimum distance away from ignition sources. This reduces the risk of fire in the unlikely event of a gas leak, or during delivery when small amounts of LPG can escape into the air. Potential ignition sources include anything that carries electricity or a flame, like light switches, power points, air conditioning units, lights, motion sensors, security cameras, water heaters or BBQs.