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Landlord Gas Safety Certificates

Who Has to Get a Gas Safety (CP12) Certificate?

UK landlords with gas appliances and fittings – including central heating, boilers and flues – must conduct an annual safety check conducted by a Gas Safe engineer. If you are unsure whether the Gas Safety Regulations Act (1998) applies to you, you can find out on the government’s Health And Safety Executive (HSE) website.

If you are a landlord however, it is very likely that these laws do apply to you. You must keep record of the safety check for two years and supply new tenants with a copy of the certificate before they move in and within 28 days of completing a new check.

Total Peace of Mind

Our landlord services are designed to ensure you meet your legal obligations quickly, cheaply and with as little fuss as possible. We only use gas and heating engineers who are on the Gas Safe register, so you can be sure your property is in the best hands.

If an engineer is not available on your required date or time, we will give you a full refund. Our customer support team is ready to deal with any questions and queries.

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Is it OK to Only Have a Digital Record of My Gas Safety Certificate (CP12)?

Burst pipes can quickly cause damage to your home, if you find a pipe has burst or is leaking, firstly you need to turn off your water supply.

Then give one of our friendly team a call who will be able to give you advice over the phone and arrange a call out to your property to resolve the issue.

Burst pipes are usually caused by freezing up over the winter period where the pipes are exposed to the freezing weather conditions, To prevent this from happening we install lagging around the pipes which prevents pipes from freezing.

Is it OK to Only Have a Digital Record of My Gas Safety Certificate (CP12)?

Yes! It is perfectly acceptable to keep the records of your gas inspection electronically – and many landlords find it far more convenient.

As long as you can produce a hard copy when needed (such as when new tenants are moving in), you keep it safe (i.e. you don’t delete if from your electronic records) and it uniquely identifies the engineer (e.g. with a signature), having only an electronic copy is absolutely fine. If sharing an electronic copy with your tenants, be sure they first have the means to access it.