Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate & Landlord safety checks for Landlords to meet 1998 GSIUR legal requirements prior to letting.

Landlord gas safety certificate

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (1 Appliance)  £40

07769 555030

We are Gas Safe Registered Engineers, we provide boiler repair, boiler service, boiler installation, boiler inspection and Landlord Gas Safety Certificate in and around London.

PCH Boiler Repair Service provides all types of Landlord Gas Safety Certificate to Landlords, and estate agents based in London. We are at PCH fully qualified and competent Gas Safe engineers to carry out inspections on all types of domestic Gas Boilers.

Landlord Gas Safety Certificates

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate?

As a landlord, you are responsible for the safety of your tenants and for providing a Landlord Gas Safety Certificate to them, under 1998 GAS Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations. You must ensure that all your gas appliances are working correctly and safely.

Every rental property that has any sort of gas appliance, whether it be a central heating boiler, a gas fire or even a gas hob requires a Gas Safety Certificate. These certificates can only be issued by an Engineers registered with the Gas Safe Register. All our engineers are competent and registered with the Gas Safe Register.

The Gas Safe Register superseded CORGI (Council for Registered Gas Installers) as the sole legally recognised gas safety register in the UK on 1st April 2009. Gas Certificates are valid for a year from the date they are issued.

We cover all of London and M25 areas. All our prices are FIXED and include VAT – no hidden costs.

Landlord Gas safety Certificate CP12

We provide Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) to Landlords, Home Owners, and Estate Agents within London, and Surrounding areas. We are Gas Safe registered engineers to carry out gas certificate inspections.

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate £40 No VAT

  • Certified by only registered Gas Safety Engineers
  • Gas certificate produced onsite and same day
  • No hidden costs
  • 24 Hour Online Customer Portal
  • FIXED FEE – no parking or congestion fees
  • All our engineers are FULLY INSURED

Price List (all prices listed NO vat)

Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (1 Appliance)  £40
Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (2 Appliances)   £45
Landlord Gas  Safety Certificate (3 Appliances) £55

Boiler Service  + Gas Safety Certificate from only £75 No vat)

*Gas Appliances are: Boilers, Gas Hobs, Gas Ovens, and Fire Places.

Landlord Gas Safety certificate

A landlord gas safety certificate or check involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas appliance(s). They will check the appliance is working correctly and will check the following four areas:

  1. Gas appliances are on the right setting and burning correctly with the correct operating pressure
  2. Harmful gases are being removed from the appliance safely to the air outside
  3. That any ventilation routes are clear and working properly
  4. All the safety devices are working
  5. The check will identify any defects which require remedial work. You should have a gas safety check every year. If you are a landlord this is the law.
Important notice about Landlord Gas Safety Certificates: 

Some properties, mainly flats and apartments, have been built with boiler flues hidden which cannot be inspected because they are hidden behind walls or ceilings. The boiler flues that this information relates to are connected to room-sealed fan assisted boilers only. Gas Safe registered engineers need to be able to see the flue (integrity throughout its entirety policy)− which take fumes away from the boiler − as part of essential safety checks whenever the boiler is worked on. Room sensing carbon monoxide alarms are not an alternative to being able to see the flue and you will still need to have inspection hatches fitted so that the flue system can be checked.

It is recommended that inspection hatches are fitted as soon as you are able to do so. From 1 January 2013, any Gas Safe registered engineer will classify the boiler as At Risk, this means that they will turn the boiler off, with your permission, and formally advise you not to use it until inspection hatches have been fitted in appropriate places.

Where to find a Resources for Landlord Gas Safety Certificate?

A guide to landlords’ duties Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 

 Co Alarm

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colourless, odourless, tasteless, and heartless poisonous gas produced by incomplete burning of carbon-based fuels, including gas, oil, wood and coal. It is only when the fuel does not burn properly that excess CO is produced, which is poisonous.  When CO enters the body, it prevents the blood from bringing oxygen to cells, tissues, and organs.

You can’t see it, taste it or smell it but CO can kill quickly without warning. Every year around 12 people die from CO poisoning caused by gas appliances and flues that have not been properly installed, maintained or that are poorly ventilated. So taking sensible precautions could dramatically reduce this risk.

There are signs that you can look out for which indicate incomplete combustion is occurring and may result in the production of CO:

  • yellow or orange rather than blue flames (except fuel effect fires or flueless appliances which display this colour flame)
  • soot or yellow/brown staining around or on appliances
  • pilot lights that frequently blow out
  • increased condensation inside windows
  • Carbon monoxide kills if left undetected

For the safety of you and your family, it is advisable by Gas Safe to fit a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm in your home.  Just like a smoke alarm which alerts you to the presence of smoke, a carbon monoxide detector will alert you to the presence of CO.

Smoke alarms do not detect carbon monoxide.

PCH Boiler Repair will supply and fit a fully Branded Kidde CO Alarm with a 10 year warranty for only £30 No VAT.

For Landlord Gas Safety Certificates call us on 07769 555030 or email us to

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