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What is it, and what does it do?

Any property that has a gas supply legally requires a satisfactory Gas Safety Certificate (Also known as a CP12) in order to be rented out. There are many different types of gas appliances that you will commonly find in a home, for example, a boiler, cooker/ hob and fireplace – All of which will have to be tested by a gas-safe registered engineer to produce the certificate. Getting a Gas Safety Certificate is mandatory for all residential and commercial buildings. 

What are the landlord's gas safety responsibilities?

The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 outline your duties as a landlord to ensure all gas appliances, fittings, chimneys and flues are safe and working efficiently. If you're letting a property with gas appliances installed, you've got three main legal responsibilities... 


At Fenix Services, we provide a wide range of Gas Safety Checks to suit different requirements, and you can Book them Online...

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