Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate – It’s that time of year again and you’re looking for a Gas Safety Certificate – Book now online using the form below

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A Landlord Gas Safety Certificate is a legislative requirement which provides compliance for Landlords and the assurance for tenants that the property has been checked and is safe. Media advertising has most certainly helped to educate landlords and it is now widely known that Gas Engineers who are registered with Gas Safe are the only people that are allowed to work on any Gas related appliances. When considering a Landlord Gas Safety Certificate always ask to see their ID and do take time to check the details.

Better Gas Safe than sorry

Any one employed to work on gas appliances in domestic premises must be Gas Safe Registered and competent in that area of gas work. By using a Gas Safe Registered Engineer, and by checking the back of their ID card to see if they are qualified to do the type of gas work you want, you can be sure that any work completed by them will be done competently and safely.

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

We know it’s a burden and no one ever welcomes additional cost

But on a more serious note  it is all too easy for a landlord to overlook /forget to get the annual Landlord Gas Safety Certificate completed. Cube Gas Heating & Plumbing are able to manage this for you via our bespoke CRM system. We retain historical information, produce calendar alerts / reminders and we contact your tenants until we gain access to carry out the required Landlord Gas Safety Certificate, sometimes referred to as a Gas Safety Check.

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Some stuff worth knowing!

What happens if I don’t maintain my tenants’ gas appliances?
Failure to do so may result in loss of life. Not only that, you risk being prosecuted, and this could result in you facing imprisonment or a fine of up to £20 000, or both, for each offence. If the case is then referred to the Crown Court the maximum penalty may be imprisonment, or an unlimited fine, or both. Take a look at the HSE link