Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates
If a letting agent manages your property you should make sure it is clear who is responsible for gaining Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates from a Gas Safe endorsed technician. However, the Health and Safety Executive suggest that the property owner should also keep copies of all gas safety repair or maintenance so you know your property is legally safe.
PGS Gas Safe accredited professionals sometimes find that additional work needs to be done before they can award Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates to a rented property. Normally, they combine this work with the safety assessment, which can often be cheaper than a repeat visit.
Your PGS Gas Safe qualified professional can provide Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates for up to two gas appliances for £75. If additional certificates are required these can be purchased for £20 each, and any necessary repairs undertaken in order to qualify for a certificate will be priced independently.
Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates will only be granted after our engineers are satisfied that the property has been examined, and is convinced there are no remaining safety concerns. The tenant should be given a copy of the certificate within 28 days, and the landlord should hold onto a copy for two years.
Letting agents and landlords sometimes have trouble remembering when their Leytonstone Gas Safety Certificates need updating, or when the yearly safety assessment of their property is due. To make your life easier, PGS provides a service whereby you are automatically contacted when these checks are due.
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