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A Landlord Gas Safety Certificate, also known as a CP12, is a document that proves all gas appliances, pipework, and flues in a rental property have been inspected and meet the required safety standards. This inspection is carried out annually by a Gas Safe registered engineer to ensure the safety and compliance of the gas installations within the property.

Landlords are required to have a Landlord Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) for each rental property with gas installations. This certificate covers the inspection of all gas appliances, pipework, and flues to ensure they are safe to use.

Landlord Gas Safety Certificates are valid for one year. It is the landlord’s responsibility to ensure that a new inspection is conducted and a new certificate is issued every 12 months.

Yes, landlords are required to provide a working carbon monoxide alarm in any room used as living accommodation where solid fuel is used. However, it’s good practice to also install them near gas appliances even if not legally mandated in all scenarios.

You should receive your Gas Safety Certificate/report immediately after the inspection has been successfully completed. We will provide electronic copies via email, though physical copies can be provided upon request.

Yes, we coordinate directly with your tenants to arrange a convenient time for the gas safety inspection. We understand the importance of minimal disruption and ensure to communicate effectively with tenants to schedule inspections.

Absolutely, we provide a reminder service to all our clients. You will be notified in advance when your Gas Safety Certificate is nearing its expiry date, ensuring you remain compliant and avoid any lapses in certification.

Yes, all our engineers are fully qualified and Gas Safe registered. We ensure that our team is up-to-date with the latest safety standards and regulations, providing professional and reliable inspections for your peace of mind.



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