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Plumbing and Heating solutions for private homeowners to property investors, we can cater for your needs.
From minor repairs to major works, we have the ability and know-how to resolve or repair your domestic plumbing needs. Or if you have a larger project, we can help you from the planning stage through to completion.
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Gas Safety Inspection (CP12) £70 +vat
The Landlords' Gas Safety Certificate explained
It's a legal requirement for landlords to have all gas appliances, pipework, chimneys and flues checked every 12 months to make sure the property they are renting out is safe for their tenants.
We provide the CP12 via email directly from site, including any warning certificates so the Landlord or agent are instantly updated should any problems arise.
If you live in rented accommodation, your landlord has legal responsibilities when it comes to gas safety.
Landlords have legal duties for gas safety. These are that gas pipework, gas appliances and chimneys/flues are maintained in a safe condition. Gas appliances owned by your Landlord, which are provided for your use must be checked annually by a Gas Safe registered engineer. These responsibilities are laid out in the relevant gas safety legislation, such as the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 in Great Britain.
Annual Gas Safety Checks
Annual gas safety checks
To make sure that any gas appliances and flues provided for tenants are safe for continued use. Landlords must arrange for them to be checked for safety every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer. In Great Britain, new regulations introduced in April 2018 allow a landlord to arrange for a gas safety check to be carried out any time from 10 – 12 calendar months after the previous check whilst still preserving the original check expiry date. Where a gas safety check is carried out less than 10 months or more than 12 months after the previous gas safety check this will have the effect of ‘resetting the clock’ and the new deadline date will now be 12 months from the date of this latest gas safety check.
A record of this annual gas safety check will include specific information on the results of the tests carried out. A copy of the gas safety record must be provided to an existing tenant within 28 days of the check being completed or to new tenants before they move in. Landlords must keep copies of the record for two years. If a landlord has benefited from the new regulations allowing flexibility in timing of gas safety checks, records must be kept until two further gas safety checks have been carried out.
The level of inspection required depends on what you require and how in depth you wish to go
Option 1 - Basic
Gas safety inspection including boiler health check and advice on upgrades required or recommended.
Option 2 - Medium
Gas safety inspection, boiler health check, heating and hot water system test including advice and upgrades required or recommended.
Option 3 - Max
As per option 2, plus full plumbing inspection, all plumbing items tested including waste check, inspection of supply pipes, schematics of complete heating and hot water system drawn up with pictures and full report.
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