As a landlord within the UK it is your responsibility to make sure that all gas fittings within your property are safe and functioning properly at all times. As a legal requirement, your property should have a valid Landlord Gas Safety Record, which is documented proof that a registered gas engineer has declared the property safe for residents to live in.
Gas Safety Certificates are provided by a fully qualified Gas Safe Engineer after inspecting all gas fittings and fixtures within a property, including boilers and pipeworks. Whether you are a landlord of a residential or commercial property, having a valid, in-date gas safety certificate is a legal requirement if you have tenants within your property.
Before awarding a property with a Gas Safety Certificate, a Gas Safe Engineer will conduct a Gas Safety Check on the property. During this assessment they will check to ensure there are no harmful leaks, faulty appliances or damaged pipework. If you’d like to learn more about what a gas safety check involves, visit our guide to gas safety checks.
A Gas Safety Certificate is a written document by a registered gas engineer which shows residents and inspectors that all gas appliances and pipework within your property are safe at the time of the inspection. If you are a landlord of a rented property you should ensure a new Gas Safety Check is completed annually as a minimum or before the expiry date on your current certificate.
If you are looking for Gas Safety Certificate, our team of gas safety certificate specialists will be able to organise a Gas Safe Engineer to visit your residential or commercial property to conduct a Gas Safety Check. If your property passes this Gas Safety Check, we will be able to provide you with a certificate quickly, meaning you can move new residents into your property as soon as possible.
If you are a landlord who is looking for potential residents to move into your property, it is essential that you have a valid Gas Safety Certificate before doing so.
Prices for a Gas Safety Certificates can vary depending on the property size and number of appliances which need to be checked. If you’re looking for a quote for your commercial or residential property, get in touch with our team by completing our contact form below, and we will provide you with a free, no-obligation quote as soon as possible.
If you have any further questions regarding Gas Safety Certificates or Gas Safety Checks, we are happy to help.