Gas Boilers

Plumbing

Heating

Boiler manufacturers recommend you have your gas boiler serviced annually, the Gas Safe engineer will carry out checks to ensure your boiler is safe and in good working order. Most new boilers now come with warranties from 12 months up to 10 years one of the most important factors in validating the warranty is that the boiler is installed and serviced annually by a Gas Safe Registered engineer.

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Sinks Fitted

Cloakrooms

Kitchen Services (Gas & Water)

Utility Rooms

Pipework Rerouting

Extensions

Full Bathroom Installation

Shower Installation and Repair

Leak trace and Repair

Full Central Heating Systems

Radiators

Heated Towel Rails / warmers

Thermostatic Radiator valves (TRV's)

Boiler Swaps

Gas Condensing Boilers

A Rated Boilers

Combi Boilers

Conventional Boilers

Gas Fires

Ranges

Gas Cookers and Hobs

Landlord Gas Safety Certificates

Gas Safe Information

  • General Public

    Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. By law, all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register. It replaced CORGI.

    Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

    Protect yourself from the dangers by following these simple steps:

    • Trust the Triangle - only use a Gas Safe registered engineer to fit, fix or service your appliances

    • Get your gas appliances regularly serviced and safety checked every year

    • All Gas Safe registered engineers carry a Gas Safe Register ID card. Before any gas work is carried

    out always check the card and make sure the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing

    • Fit an audible carbon monoxide alarm

    • Know the six main signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – headaches, dizziness, nausea,

    breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness.

    • Check for warning signs such as lazy yellow flames or black marks and stains around the appliance.

    This could be an indication that your appliance is not working correctly and you should get it checked.

    • If you suspect anyone is carrying out gas work illegally, report them to Gas Safe Register.

    If you have had gas work done in your property in the last six months, you can nominate it for a free gas safety inspection. For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Tenants

    Landlords have legal responsibilities for gas safety. All gas appliances provided by the landlord must be correctly maintained and a gas safety check must be carried out every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    If you are a tenant, always:

    • Ask for a copy of the landlord’s current gas safety record before you move in and after any subsequent safety checks have been carried out.

    • Check the ID card of any gas engineer that comes to do work in your home. The engineer must be Gas Safe registered – Trust the Triangle.

    • Check the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing. You can find this information on the back of the ID card.

    • Cooperate with your landlord and let a registered engineer in when a gas safety check or servicing has to be done.

    • Arrange for any gas appliances you own to be regularly serviced and safety checked every year.

    • If your landlord refuses to provide you with a landlord gas safety record you can report them to the

    Health and Safety Executive.

    Remember, if you think a gas appliance is faulty turn it off and let your landlord know immediately. Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. If you feel unwell seek medical help immediately.

    For more information and to find and check an engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Landlords

    Landlords are legally responsible for the safety of their tenants. Landlords should make sure maintenance and annual safety checks on gas appliances are carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    By law, landlords must make sure:

    • Pipe-work, appliances and flues provided for tenants are maintained in a safe condition

    • All appliances and flues that they provide for tenants use have an annual safety check

    • Maintenance and annual safety checks are carried out by a qualified Gas Safe registered engineer

    • All gas equipment (including any appliance left by a previous tenant) is safe or otherwise removed

    before re-letting

    • A gas safety record is provided to the tenant within 28 days of completing the check or to any new tenant

    before they move in.

    • Landlords must keep a copy of the gas safety record for two years.

    Before any gas work is carried out always check the engineer’s ID card and make sure they are qualified for the work you need doing. Encourage your tenants to do the same.

    For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

 

Gas Safe registration number: 576416

Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, SK8 5NY

  • General Public

    Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. By law, all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register. It replaced CORGI.

    Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

    Protect yourself from the dangers by following these simple steps:

    • Trust the Triangle - only use a Gas Safe registered engineer to fit, fix or service your appliances

    • Get your gas appliances regularly serviced and safety checked every year

    • All Gas Safe registered engineers carry a Gas Safe Register ID card. Before any gas work is carried

    out always check the card and make sure the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing

    • Fit an audible carbon monoxide alarm

    • Know the six main signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – headaches, dizziness, nausea,

    breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness.

    • Check for warning signs such as lazy yellow flames or black marks and stains around the appliance.

    This could be an indication that your appliance is not working correctly and you should get it checked.

    • If you suspect anyone is carrying out gas work illegally, report them to Gas Safe Register.

    If you have had gas work done in your property in the last six months, you can nominate it for a free gas safety inspection. For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Tenants

    Landlords have legal responsibilities for gas safety. All gas appliances provided by the landlord must be correctly maintained and a gas safety check must be carried out every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    If you are a tenant, always:

    • Ask for a copy of the landlord’s current gas safety record before you move in and after any subsequent safety checks have been carried out.

    • Check the ID card of any gas engineer that comes to do work in your home. The engineer must be Gas Safe registered – Trust the Triangle.

    • Check the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing. You can find this information on the back of the ID card.

    • Cooperate with your landlord and let a registered engineer in when a gas safety check or servicing has to be done.

    • Arrange for any gas appliances you own to be regularly serviced and safety checked every year.

    • If your landlord refuses to provide you with a landlord gas safety record you can report them to the

    Health and Safety Executive.

    Remember, if you think a gas appliance is faulty turn it off and let your landlord know immediately. Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. If you feel unwell seek medical help immediately.

    For more information and to find and check an engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Landlords

    Landlords are legally responsible for the safety of their tenants. Landlords should make sure maintenance and annual safety checks on gas appliances are carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    By law, landlords must make sure:

    • Pipe-work, appliances and flues provided for tenants are maintained in a safe condition

    • All appliances and flues that they provide for tenants use have an annual safety check

    • Maintenance and annual safety checks are carried out by a qualified Gas Safe registered engineer

    • All gas equipment (including any appliance left by a previous tenant) is safe or otherwise removed

    before re-letting

    • A gas safety record is provided to the tenant within 28 days of completing the check or to any new tenant

    before they move in.

    • Landlords must keep a copy of the gas safety record for two years.

    Before any gas work is carried out always check the engineer’s ID card and make sure they are qualified for the work you need doing. Encourage your tenants to do the same.

    For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

Gas Safe Information

  • General Public

    Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. By law, all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register. It replaced CORGI.

    Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a highly poisonous gas. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

    Protect yourself from the dangers by following these simple steps:

    • Trust the Triangle - only use a Gas Safe registered engineer to fit, fix or service your appliances

    • Get your gas appliances regularly serviced and safety checked every year

    • All Gas Safe registered engineers carry a Gas Safe Register ID card. Before any gas work is carried

    out always check the card and make sure the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing

    • Fit an audible carbon monoxide alarm

    • Know the six main signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – headaches, dizziness, nausea,

    breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness.

    • Check for warning signs such as lazy yellow flames or black marks and stains around the appliance.

    This could be an indication that your appliance is not working correctly and you should get it checked.

    • If you suspect anyone is carrying out gas work illegally, report them to Gas Safe Register.

    If you have had gas work done in your property in the last six months, you can nominate it for a free gas safety inspection. For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Tenants

    Landlords have legal responsibilities for gas safety. All gas appliances provided by the landlord must be correctly maintained and a gas safety check must be carried out every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    If you are a tenant, always:

    • Ask for a copy of the landlord’s current gas safety record before you move in and after any subsequent safety checks have been carried out.

    • Check the ID card of any gas engineer that comes to do work in your home. The engineer must be Gas Safe registered – Trust the Triangle.

    • Check the engineer is qualified for the work you need doing. You can find this information on the back of the ID card.

    • Cooperate with your landlord and let a registered engineer in when a gas safety check or servicing has to be done.

    • Arrange for any gas appliances you own to be regularly serviced and safety checked every year.

    • If your landlord refuses to provide you with a landlord gas safety record you can report them to the

    Health and Safety Executive.

    Remember, if you think a gas appliance is faulty turn it off and let your landlord know immediately. Badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. If you feel unwell seek medical help immediately.

    For more information and to find and check an engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.

  • Landlords

    Landlords are legally responsible for the safety of their tenants. Landlords should make sure maintenance and annual safety checks on gas appliances are carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

    By law, landlords must make sure:

    • Pipe-work, appliances and flues provided for tenants are maintained in a safe condition

    • All appliances and flues that they provide for tenants use have an annual safety check

    • Maintenance and annual safety checks are carried out by a qualified Gas Safe registered engineer

    • All gas equipment (including any appliance left by a previous tenant) is safe or otherwise removed

    before re-letting

    • A gas safety record is provided to the tenant within 28 days of completing the check or to any new tenant

    before they move in.

    • Landlords must keep a copy of the gas safety record for two years.

    Before any gas work is carried out always check the engineer’s ID card and make sure they are qualified for the work you need doing. Encourage your tenants to do the same.

    For more information and to find and check a Gas Safe registered engineer go to www.GasSafeRegister.co.uk or call 0800 408 5500.