Mostly, people tend to look for a combination and experience and price but ultimately it is crucial that whoever you choose to let into your home, must have the skills to do the job in hand.
It’s important to note that if you’re looking for a plumber to perform any work that is related to gas appliances – such as boiler repairs or gas hob installation or repair, then the engineer has to be Gas Safe registered.
So the best accreditation to start with is the Gas Safe register.
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If you’re looking for a plumber just to unblock your sink or fix a leak, then you don’t need to worry about whether they’re registered with the Gas Safe register. However, if you want any work related to gas done then you will need a Gas Safe registered engineer.
The Gas Safe register is accreditation engineers who work with gas can get to ensure they operate to government standards in health and safety and quality of work. As a customer, look for this when choosing a plumber for work.
It’s a legal requirement that a Gas Safe registered engineer signs off completed gas work before it is reconnected to the gas supply.
What About J & P
All of our engineers are fully qualified and registered with the relevant governing bodies.
We will not take on engineers without a minimum of 5 years experience in their relevant trades and they all have to go through a thorough background check and qualification check.
We are not only able to reach customers quicker from our more central location but with our job bookings system and our Operations Manager’s 13 years experience of dealing with logistics in London, we are now able to cut down engineers travelling time between jobs and therefore save on fuel and benefit the environment.
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If you would like any further information regarding the services available from J&P Group, contact us 24/7 for all your roofing enquiries on Tel. 020 7610 1616, email email@example.com or via our Facebook page & we will be happy to answer any questions that you may have
Last Updated on July 8, 2020