Gas safety tips for landlords

Gas safety tips for landlords

As a landlord you are legally responsible for ensuring that all gas appliances within your property are safe and working effectively for your tenants. According to UK law there are several things that you must do: Annual gas safety checks Maintenance Record keeping...
Gas leaks

Gas leaks

If you smell gas or have reason to believe there’s been a gas leak you should take immediate action. Call the National Gas Emergency Service number on 0800 111999, 24 hours a day. The National Gas Emergency Service will identify the source of the leak and repair it,...
Carbon monoxide

Carbon monoxide

Infamous for being invisible to the naked eye, tasteless and scent-free, carbon monoxide (CO) is extremely dangerous. Responsible for 20 deaths in the UK each year, it’s important to ensure your home is Gas Safe compliant to avoid gas leaks and exposure to carbon...
Gas safety tips for tenants

Gas safety tips for tenants

While it’s your landlord’s legal responsibility to maintain the gas appliances within your home, there are several things you can do as a tenant to ensure your safety. Know your rights In the UK landlords have to use a Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out annual...
Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) explained

Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) explained

Also known in the trade as a CP12, a Gas Safety Certificate is a report which outlines the appliances tested in an annual gas safety check. A legal requirement in the UK, all landlords and owners of commercial premises need to have their gas appliances regularly...