A Landlord's Responsibilities to Gas safety
When letting a property with gas appliances, You have responsibilities:
Regular servicing and maintenance: all appliances, flues and pipe work must be maintained in a safe condition and flues checked for access if conveyed through voids or ceilings. See here for details on access panels.
Gas appliances annually serviced in accordance with manufacturer instructions.
Landlord or home owner gas safety checks (commonly known as a "CP12"): a gas safety check must be carried out annually on all gas appliances/flues and gas supplies. A gas safety check will make sure gas fittings, flues, pipe work and appliances are safe to use.
The Landlord Gas Safety Certificate: A copy of the annual gas safety check (called a Home Owners or Landlord Gas Safety Certificate ( CP12) must be provided to the tenant within 28 days of the checks being completed. New tenants should receive a copy before they move into the property or accommodation supplied by the landlord.
Gas Safety Certificates: Landlords are required by law to keep copies of the gas safety records for up to two years
All installation, maintenance and safety checks need to be carried out by a gas-safe registered engineer every 12 months. Contact us today to book a gas safety check.
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