Anyone who has gas appliances or fittings in their property needs to be aware of the risks of unsafe gas work. This section provides valuable information on gas safety in the home and how to ensure you and your family stay safe.
When did you last have the gas appliances in your home checked? Gas appliances should be safety checked every year and serviced regularly by a Gas Safe registered engineer. Find out why it’s so important and what checks your engineer will carry out.
There’s a lot to consider when getting a new gas appliance. Read our advice on how to ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible and your appliance is fitted safely.
There are so many things to think about when buying a new property that gas safety may not be top of the list. Make sure you know what to look out for and how to ensure your new home is safe.
If an engineer has identified a gas related danger in your home, they’ll attach a Danger Do Not Use warning label to the dangerous gas fitting and provide you with a warning notice. Find out the meanings of these warning notices and what action you should take if you get one.
If you’re thinking about home improvement you may be tempted to save money and do it yourself. However, if you work on gas appliances without being qualified, you could be putting yours and others’ lives at risk.
Unsafe gas appliances can put your life in danger. Make sure you’re aware of the potentially dangerous consequences and the warning signs to look out for.
A one stop shop of top tips to keep you and your family safe in your home all year round.
Contact the team at J & P for more information on Tel. No. 0207 610 1616 or visit the Gas Safe website by clicking here.
Last Updated on April 24, 2019