Landlord/Home Owner Gas Safety Certificates Didsbury, South Manchester and Stockport   

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Annual Landlord Gas safety Certificates CP12 can be provided for properties in Didsbury, South Manchester and Stockport where you have gas fires, boilers, gas hobs and gas cookers in a rented property. Checks on back boilers are not provided . 
 
The price will vary according to the number and type of appliance. You will be provided with all the necessary paperwork. An example is shown below. 
 

Landlord Gas Safety Responsibilities Source Gas Safe Register 

If you let a property equipped with gas appliances, you have three main responsibilities: 
 
Maintenance: pipework, appliances and chimney/flues need to be maintained safely. Gas appliances should be serviced in accordance with the frequency given in the manufacturer’s instructions. If these are not available, you should ask a Gas Safe registered engineer to service them annually. 
 
Gas safety checks: An annual gas safety check should be carried out on each gas appliance/flue. This will ensure gas appliances and fittings are safe to use. There is a legal requirement on you to have all gas appliances safety checked by a registered engineer annually and you also need to maintain gas pipework and flues in a safe condition. This is UK law. 
 
Record: A record of the annual gas safety check should be provided to your existing tenants within 28 days of completion, or to new tenants upon the start of their tenancy. 
If the rental period is less than 28 days at a time you may display a copy of the record in a prominent position within the dwelling. You’ll need to keep copies of the record for at least 2 years. 
Additional info: If a tenant has their own gas appliance that you have not provided, you are responsible only for the maintenance of the gas pipework – not the appliance itself. It’s also a good idea to ensure that your tenants know where/how to turn the gas off and what to do in the event of a gas emergency. Last, but certainly not least, make sure anyone carrying out gas work on your property is Gas Safe registered – this is not only the law, but the most important step to ensuring the safety of your tenants. 
 
For a full list of landlords responsibilities see the gas safe register link below 
 
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