Gas Safety engineers in Kingston upon Thames

Any gas appliance in your home can produce carbon monoxide (CO), a highly poisonous gas secreted when natural gas or liquid petroleum gas (LPG) doesn’t burn as it should. This is the result of a gas appliance being improperly fitted, repaired or maintained, or when vents, flues or chimneys have become blocked – and that’s why it’s so important to have all of your gas appliances checked once a year by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Book a gas safe registered engineer to inspect your property and keep you safe. You will get a gas safety certificate at the end of the inspection.

All Landlords in the UK have a legal requirement to have a Gas Safety Inspection carried out annually.

Gas Safety Inspections and Certificates

Our engineers make sure:

  • There’s an adequate and permanent air supply that’s suitable for the appliance installed.
  • All safety devices are functioning properly.
  • Any flues, chimneys and air vents are operating correctly.
  • Check if the installation is in good condition by visually inspecting the pipework as far as reasonably practicable.
  • Test the gas pipework to make sure there are no leaks.
  • Check appliance positioning, flues, combustion, ventilation, operation, safety devices, gas consumption, leaks, and electrical connection.

Annual Gas Safety Inspections

  • Ensure your gas appliances are safe for operation and reduce the risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

Landlord Gas Safety Services

  • Legal obligation for landlords to obtain a Gas Safe certificate for all gas appliances, including gas boilers.
  • Failure to comply may result in fines and imprisonment, exposing tenants to health and safety risks.

A gas appliance safety check ensures an appliance:

  • Is properly set and adjusted so the gas burns correctly.
  • Is suitable for the room it’s located in.
  • Is physically stable, securely fitted and properly connected to the gas pipework.

Reliable Residential Gas Safe Engineers

Our gas safe registered engineers undertake a more specific gas appliance inspection with additional tests as detailed in the manufacturer’s instructions. These may include:

  • Analysis of the combustion exhaust gases to ensure the appliance is burning gas safely.
  • A check of the appliance’s condition including signs of heat or distress, effectiveness of seals and gaskets, and cleanliness of heat exchangers.

It’s worth noting that sometimes our engineers might need to make additional or different checks, because requirements vary depending on the appliance type and model. For example, a boiler gas safety check or service might be different to a gas cooker safety check or service.

Gas Safety reports provide detailed information on appliance checks, required remedial work, safety standards compliance, and servicing schedule.

Kingston upon Thames - South West London

Areas in Kingston upon Thames our services cover.

  • New Malden KT3
  • Norbiton KT2
  • Norbiton Common KT2
  • Canbury KT2
  • Malden Rushett KT9
  • Old Malden KT4
  • Seething Wells KT6
  • Berrylands KT5
  • Chessington KT9
  • Coombe KT2
  • Surbiton KT6
  • Fairfield KT1
  • Hook KT9
  • Tolworth KT5

Why choose attimo?

  • Emergency Plumbers
  • Fully Qualified and Experienced
  • Reliable and Trustworthy
  • Customer Focused
  • Gas safe registered
  • Available for all Kinds of Emergencies
  • All Landlord and Private Certificates
  • Free quotes
  • Competitive Prices
  • Ideal Worcester and Vaillant Approved
  • Quick Response Times
  • Detailed working processes
Landlords Gas Safety and Servicing Price (+VAT)
Boiler Service £100
Back Boiler Service £175
Gas Safety Certificate* £80
Combined Service & Gas Safety * £150
Unvented Hot Water Cylinder Service £90
Combined Boiler and Unvented Hot Water Cylinder Service £160

* Up to 2 gas appliances only, additional appliances are £40.00 + VAT each.

Landlord's Gas Safety Check FAQs

If you suspect a gas leak, evacuate the premises immediately and call the National Gas Emergency Helpline on 0800 111 999. Do not use any electrical appliances, switch lights on or off, or use naked flames. Once you're safely outside, wait for the gas emergency service to arrive and assess the situation.

Gas appliances should be serviced annually by a Gas Safe engineer to ensure they are safe and efficient. Regular servicing helps detect and prevent potential issues, reducing the risk of gas leaks and carbon monoxide exposure.

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When using gas appliances, always follow manufacturer instructions and ensure proper ventilation. Avoid blocking air vents or flues, and never use appliances if you suspect a problem. Install carbon monoxide alarms in your property and test them regularly to detect any leaks early.

Yes, Gas Safe engineers must comply with government regulations outlined in the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. These regulations ensure the safe installation, maintenance, and use of gas appliances to protect public health and safety.

The cost of hiring a Gas Safe engineer varies depending on the type of service required, the complexity of the job, and your location.

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