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What is Gas Safety Check?
Do you use gas appliances in your home? It’s a good idea to get them checked by a Gas Safe registered engineer. It will help you keep your family safe and may even prolong the life of your appliances. All the installed gas appliances in a property have to be tested by a gas safe registered engineer to produce the gas safety certificate.
Gas Safety Certificate Services in Lothian
Intelligent Repairs provides gas safety certificate services in Lothian for both residential and commercial properties. We also check all the accessible gas pipework to make sure there is no gas leak. Intelligent Repairs provides gas safety certificate services in Lothian which include inspection of all the installed gas appliances in the building/property.
Why Gas Safety Certificate is important?
To ensure the tenant's safety landlords must conduct gas safety checks once a year. Any residential property with a gas supply must require a gas safety certificate to be rented out. There are many different types of gas appliances that you will commonly find in a home, such as a boiler, cooker/hob and fireplace.
Any business or commercial property that has a gas supply must need to conduct a gas safety check once a year. It is mandatory to ensure the safety of working employees and prolong the lifespan of all gas appliances. For businesses like restaurants, it must be needed.
Why Choose us for Gas Safety Certificate Services in Lothian
Intelligent Repairs is one of the growing companies in Scotland that provides gas safety certificate services in Lothian for residential and commercial properties. Our certified gas safety engineers can professionally conduct gas safety inspection for all the installed gas appliances and gives gas safety certificates to you.
Gas Safety FAQs
It involves a gas safety check registered expert visiting your property and assessing the safety of your gas appliances and pipework. The expert will record all details whether they are safe to use at the time of inspection.
As a landlord, you are responsible for the safety of your tenants in relation to gas safety. You must repair and maintain gas pipework and appliances in a safe condition.
As a landlord, it is not mandatory but if you are a commercial property manager then it is best practice to install smoke alarms for employee safety.