Gas Safety Certificate
We provide Gas Safety Certificates (CP12) to Home Owners, Landlords, and Estate Agents within London, Essex and surrounding areas. A gas safety certificate is a legal requirement. All our gas safe registered engineers are experienced in all aspects of residential gas inspection and use lates technology, allowing them to test boilers, cookers and inspect all type of gas appliances, and associated pipeworks.
When letting out a property, a gas safety record needs to be produced by a Gas Safe registered engineer. The gas safety record provides information on the make, model and state of all the appliances in the property. A Landlord gas certificate is valid for one year and for that reason must be done every year. If there are any defects identified during the gas safety inspection, we will assist you in the remedial work required and can provide you with a free no obligation quotation to ensure your property fulfils all safety and legal requirements.
- UK landlords are lawfully needed to have gas works, and a gas safety certificates completed and signed in full.
- If a landlord fails to satisfy the legal requirements for gas safety, they are responsible for serious charges and criminal prosecution. If a tenant is injured due to a failure on the landlord’s part to secure a correct gas safety certificate then the criminal court can enforce extensive fines, while if a death occurs as a result of landlord negligence through gas safety, the landlord can be charged with manslaughter. A majority of insurance provider also specify that if there is not a current gas safety certificate for a residential rental property, then any insurance plan that you hold for the property will be considered invalid. For these reasons it is vital making sure that you hold a current gas safety certificate for all your rental properties.
- You should keep a record of each gas safety inspection for 2 years. You must supply the annual gas safety record or a gas safety certificate within 28 days of the check being performed to existing tenants or new tenants before they move in.
Our Price List (Start From):
( Please note costs may vary depending on locations and appliances )
£ 30 for a meter safety certificate.
Please check our current offer bellow for a complete gas safety certificate:
Gas Certificates –CP12- Up to 2 appliances including meter check from £ 95 ( Offer: A complete certificate for 2 appliances and meter check from £75 ).
Additional Gas Appliance From £10. Boiler Services start from £95 (Please call us for details).
Popular Deals: Boiler Service and Gas Certificate From £ 115 (Boiler services including 2 appliances and meter safety check).
Our all prices are subject to VAT.
Please call us on 0207 127 5128
Please call us on 0207 127 5128
Commercial Gas Certificate Start From £ 120, Please visit our page: Commercial Gas Certificate.
Cooker installations From £80.
Gas Leak Repair works From £85 pet hour.
Gas Hob Installations with gas safety certificate from £90.
Power Flush from £280.
Inspection Hatches (supply and fit From £95 each).
Disconnect hob or fireplace + cp12 from £ 85.
Gas Safety Certificate Frequently Asked Question:
What is a gas safety certificate?
A gas safety certificate is a record issued by a registered engineer. It includes a list of the different checks and tests carried out during a gas installation, service or repair service. It is not always a legal requirement for an engineer to offer a documentation after working on gas appliances, but many of them will do even when it’s not required.
Do I require a gas safety check?
If you are a property owner and letting your property then yes. You are required by law to have a gas safety check each year and a gas safety certificate issued by a registered Gas engineer.
How much doses it cost?
The cost of a gas certificate depending on locations, type and the number of gas appliances you have. There is always a small charge for additional appliances. Discounts are given for landlords have multiple properties or letting agents who can offer regular volume work.
Why do I need one?
A gas safety record is your proof that your appliances have been checked for safety. From a legal standpoint it is essential to keep records of important checks like this– should anything go wrong with an appliance and a gas system, you will have evidence that you were ensured it’s safety and performance. Most importantly, it’s your proof that your gas appliances are safe to use.
- When a Gas Safe engineer inspects a property, they will carry out a check and generate a gas record. The document will have the Engineers registration number on it and will also contain details such as: Property Address; all gas appliances in the property and where they are connected and installed; the date of the safety inspection; next inspection date, any defects to the gas supply, appliances, and any necessary remedial action.
- If the gas engineer identifies any problems with the gas appliances, the landlord needs to get an authorized gas engineer to perform the works required. The gas engineer has the power to seal off any faulty appliances or gas supply to the property with your permission.
- If your appliance has been switched off by an engineer, it is because it was risky and not safe to use. No matter how aggravating the circumstance is such action assists to ensure your safety. If a gas appliance is unsafe, then the landlord must supply the tenant with alternative emergency heating, for more details on this you can contact local authority while arranging for usual remedial work by a Gas Safe registered engineer.
- If a room contained one or more of the gas appliances and used as a bedroom before 1998, the landlord will have to do a risk assessment to determine if it can still use as a bedroom. A landlord needs to organize an engineer to check it.
Gas engineers use the GIUSP, as guidance to classify the dangerous gas situation. There are 2 categories:
- “Immediate Danger (ID)”: An ‘Immediate Danger (ID)’ installation is one which, if operated or left connected to a gas supply, is considered to be an immediate threat to life or property.
- “At Risk”: An ‘At Risk’ installation is where one or more identified faults are present which might constitute a threat to life or property without further faults developing.
Whether you are a homeowner, landlord, or a tenant, you should have a Gas Safety Certificate issued by a registered engineer. These show that your gas appliance or system has been properly installed and is running safely. Cenultra can assess the safety of your system and appliances, issue certificates, and advice on any steps you need to consider to ensure your safety.
Our gas engineer will assess your appliance to ensure you remain compliant with current legislation, plus you receive annual reminders and benefit from online access to your Gas Safety Certificate. Call Cenultra on 0207 127 5128.