Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (CP12)

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As a landlord an annual gas safety check must be carried by a Gas Safe Registered engineer under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998.

A gas safety check will ensure that the gas fittings and appliances in your property are safe to use.

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Our engineers are all Gas Safe Registered so you can be confident that we are qualified to work safely and legally on your gas appliances.

We always work with your tenants to arrange convenient times to visit. Give us their contact details and we’ll book appointments for you, so you don’t have to worry.

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Gas Safety Certificate rates

The rates shown below are subject to VAT.

    • Monday – Friday
    • £95.00
    • 8am – 5.30pm
    • 5.30pm – 12am – £105.00
    • Saturday
    • £110.00
    • 8am – 5.30pm
    • 5.30pm – 12am – £110.00
    • Sunday
    • £130.00
    • 8am – 5.30pm
    • 5.30pm – 12am – £140.00

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate + Boiler Service – only £175 +VAT

What is included in a Landlord Gas Safety Certificate?

During our visit we will:

  • Check appliance for gas tightness.
  • Check standing and working pressure if test points available.
  • Check burner pressure / gas rate against manufacturers data plate.
  • Check for satisfactory provision of all necessary ventilation.
  • Test flue flow to ensure removal of products of combustion.
  • Check satisfactory operation of all the flame failure devices.
  • Check for physical stability, presence and effectiveness of stability brackets (where appropriate).
  • Investigate any evidence of unsafe operation and report to a responsible person. An appliance can not be deemed as having been checked, until the above has been completed.
  • For a Landlords Safety Record inspection a tightness test of the full system should be added to the above.

Please note that we cannot inspect parts of the installation that are not accessible or may result in damage to the property. Examples being; on a roof, in a loft without suitable access or pipework concealed in walls or under floors.

Carbon monoxide (“CO”) alarms

HSE strongly recommends the use of CO alarms as one useful precaution to give tenants advance warning of CO in the property. Importantly alarms should not be regarded as a replacement for regular maintenance and safety checks by a Gas Safe registered engineer. For further Gas Safety information for landlords visit the Health and Safety Executive.

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