As a landlord, you are legally obliged to ensure that the property is free of risks and hazards.

You must:

  •  Provide a copy of the gas safety check record before the tenant moves into the property
  • Arrange for a registered engineer to provide a yearly gas safety check on each necessary appliance
  • Make sure that the equipment supplied has been safely installed by a Gas Safety Registered Engineer, such as JD Plumbing
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From gas safety checks to appliance tests, we provide all aspects of the service for landlords, this includes:

  • Sustainability checks
  • Nessecary ventilation checks
  • Burner pressure checked against the manufacturer’s data
  • Standing and working pressure will be checked
  • Checks for gas tightness

What happens if you fail to comply with the landlord’s legal obligation?

Our aim is to check all the legal boxes that would allow your tenant to move into your property safely. This includes a complete gas safety record that you can provide to your new tenants before they even move in, as well as gas safety checks and certificates.

Failure to comply with your legal obligation and the necessary checks can lead to prosecution. More importantly, it can put your tenants at risk of fire, explosion and monoxide poisoning.