If you’re a landlord, obtaining a Gas Safety Certificate every twelve months is a legal requirement. It’s your obligation to stick to the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998, and you must use a Gas Safe registered engineer to have all the pipe work, gas appliances and flues inspected.
The Gas Safe engineer shall check all of your gas appliances for gas tightness, burner pressure rate and gas rate. They will also check the flue circulation and ensure that there is good ventilation. When the engineer has completed their inspection and are satisfied with the condition of your appliances, they’ll give you a Gas Safety Certificate. They may also add notes with any safety recommendations.
You only need to get a gas safety inspection every year, but it’s good practice to get gas appliances checked after a change of occupancy. Then you’ll know that all your appliances are safe for the new tenants. It’s also a good idea for you to add a carbon monoxide alarm to alert tenants to carbon monoxide leaks, which can cause poisoning that may result in death.
If you reside in your property, there is no legal requirement for you to get a Gas Safety Certificate. But it is a good idea to have an inspection each year to keep you and your family safe. This paired with a boiler service will ensure that all your gas appliances are working safely and efficiently.
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The northwest Welsh region of Gwynedd houses a populace of 121,900 and is also one of the country’s conserved counties. The City of Bangor is situated within the county, as well as much of the Snowdonia National Park. With the 2nd biggest land region in Wales, covering 2,548 kilometres squared, Gwynedd has a small population density of just 47 people/km squared. In 1974 the district was separated into five regions, with the Isle of Anglesey becoming an individual unitary authority. For all your house enhancements in Gwynedd, work with respected specialists to ensure a top quality finish and enjoy peace of mind.