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Landlord Certificates

We offer free home visits for any works required and we provide you with a detailed estimate, along with providing an all trades package, if required so you know you’re in safe hands. 

During the Inspection.

1. Ensure appliances are functioning correctly, and no carbon monoxide is being exhausted dangerously
2. Ensure safety mechanisms are operating as expected
3. Make sure all ventilation paths are clear with no obstructions
4. Ensure dangerous gases are being removed safely
5. Various other secondary inspections.

Included in our service.

  • Any defects which have been identified and the action which has been taken to rectify any problems

  • The registration number, name and signature of the engineer who performs the inspection, which is an element required by law to ensure the gas engineer conducting the Gas Safety Certificate is properly certified and registered.

  • The name of the Landlord and their address

  • A description of each appliance/flue that has been inspected by the gas engineer

  • If you are a landlord, you are held responsible by the Gas Safety Laws to ensure all gas appliances, flues and fittings in the property are deemed safe and working correctly.

Own Property?

If you are a landlord, you are held responsible by the Gas Safety Laws to ensure all gas appliances, flues and fittings in the property are deemed safe and working correctly. We are the Plumber in the Midlands to help you with this ongoing Gas Safe responsibility.

Poor maintenance and safety checks can result in extremely dangerous carbon monoxide being leaked. For example, if your flue is operating incorrectly, it will not be efficiently removing the resulting gases from combustion. These gases can remain inside the home and be breathed in by the occupants. 

Your Landlords Gas Safety check must be completed every 12 months. You will need a Gas Safe Registered Plumber - like us!