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It is the law that only Gas Safe Registered Engineers can carry out Gas Servicing work or a checkup. Our Engineers are qualified to carry out these checkups as we have been given the proper training and stamp of approval by Gas Safe Registration so why not give us a call and we can arrange a Gas Servicing checkup for you.

A great piece of advice that most customers or clients of ours tend to not know or overlook is asking the Gas Servicer to show their Gas Safe Registration ID Card before entering your home. It is important as if they are not fully trained to carry out the job then more damage could be done to the Product needing the service.

Tips on gas safety in the home

CARBON

Stay aware of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning – headaches, dizziness, nausea, breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness. You can buy audible carbon monoxide detectors to protect against this and there are also detectors available which will detect both smoke and carbon monoxide.

SMALL HANDS

It obviously goes without saying that small children shouldn’t be allowed near gas appliances, particularly those which can be turned on easily and get very hot or have a burner. For example, put safety covers on the knobs of your gas stove to prevent them from being turned on when not in use.

APPLIANCES

Keep appliances and fittings in first class condition via regular servicing, checking regularly for deterioration in performance, signs of corrosion and minor leaks. Of course, always use qualified professionals to do this. Keep all your paper work in a safe place and check regular.Guarantee ect.

SUITABILITY

When buying a new or replacement gas appliance you should check that it is suitable for its intended location and the type of gas that will be used (i.e. LPG or natural gas). It must be installed by a qualified, registered engineer.Gas appliances should only be used for their intended purpose.