Gas Safety Certificate (CP 12)2024-02-29T20:11:34+00:00

Gas Safety Certificate: Meter Only £20*1 Gas Appliance £45*2 Gas Appliance £55*3 Gas Appliance £65*Gas with Boiler Service £74.99*

Gas Safety Certificate: Meter Only £20*1 Gas Appliance £45*2 Gas Appliance £55*3 Gas Appliance £65*Gas with Boiler Service £74.99*

Gas Safety Certificate (CP 12)

Start from £20

All inclusive (No hidden Cost)

Meter only

£20*

*We don’t provide gas safety certificate with meter only service as no gas appliances are tested
*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

1 Gas Appliance

£45*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

2 Gas Appliance

£55*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

3 Gas Appliances

£65*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

GSC with Boiler Service

£74.99*

*Special Offer
*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

*£5 Parking Charges are applicable in case of paid parking.
*£15 Congestion Charge applicable in case the property is in congestion charge zone

What is considered as an appliance?

Boiler

Hob/Cooker

Fire Place

Meter Only
£20*
* We don’t provide gas safety certificate with meter only service as no gas appliances are tested
* All inclusive (No hidden cost)
* Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
* Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£45*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£55*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£65*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£74.99*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

*£5 Parking Charges are applicable in case of paid parking.
*£15 Congestion Charge applicable in case the property is in congestion charge zone

What is considered as an appliance?

Boiler

Hob/Cooker

Fire Place

Do You Want To Book Multiple Services?

EICR

Gas Safety

Fire Safety

What is Gas Safety Certificate?

A gas safety certificate, also known as a CP12, is a document that contains important information about the gas safety of a domestic property. It includes details of the gas appliances and pipework that have been inspected, and whether they are safe to use. The certificate also contains contact details for the gas engineer who carried out the inspection.

Gas safety certificates are required by law in England and Wales. Landlords must have a gas safety certificate for each property they rent out, and they must provide a copy to their tenants. Gas safety certificates are valid for 12 months from the date of the inspection.

It is important to make sure that gas appliances and pipework are regularly checked and maintained, as gas can be very dangerous if it is not used safely. If you have any concerns about the gas safety of your property, you should contact Landlord Certificate London qualified gas engineer for advice.

How is Gas Safety Inspection done?

Safe to Use Appliance

A gas safety inspection, also known as a CP12, is a vital check that should be carried out on all domestic properties with gas appliances. The inspection involves checking that all gas appliances are safe to use and that there are no potential hazards present.

Qualified Engineer

It is important to note that gas safety inspections should only be carried out by qualified and registered gas safe engineers. All Gas engineers working at Landlord Certificate London are gas safe registered. If you are unsure about the qualifications of our engineer, you can check their Gas Safe Register ID card which they carry with them at all times.

Gas Leakeage Check

During the inspection, the engineer will carry out various tests on the appliances and associated pipework. They will also check that there are no signs of gas leaks or carbon monoxide (CO) fumes present. Once the inspection is complete, a Gas Safety Certificate will be issued if everything is found to be in safe working order.

What is Included in a Gas Safety Inspection?

If the inspection is carried out on a boiler than the inspection will cover all aspects of the boiler, including the flue, burner, controls and any other associated parts. Boiler flue test is an important part of any gas safety certificate. A boiler flue test will help to ensure that your boiler is operating safely and efficiently. There are a few different ways to test a boiler flue, but the most common method is to use a gas analyser. This will measure the levels of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and other gases in the flue gas. The results of the test will help to determine if your boiler is operating safely and whether any repairs or adjustments are needed. boiler flue test is an important part of any gas safety certificate. A boiler flue test will help to ensure that your boiler is operating safely and efficiently.

  • On a gas boiler, one of the things our engineer will check during a cp12 is the condition of the flue as part of landlord gas safety. The flue is the pipe that takes waste gases from the boiler out of your property.

  • If the flue isn’t in good condition, it could be leaking poisonous carbon monoxide gas into your home. That’s why it’s important to make sure the flue is in good condition and properly sealed. If the Flue Is not properly sealed it will let the poisonous gas in the property, the flue is normally sealed using the flue cement specifically designed to seal a boiler flue, if you need to get your flue and boiler checked please contact us and book a gas safety inspection for £45 with no hidden cost.

  • If you boiler flue is next to an openable window as a general rule, the boiler flue should be at least 12 inches away from any windows. This is to ensure that gas fumes are properly vented and not able to enter the home. If you have a gas safety inspection coming up, it’s a good idea to check the distance of your boiler flue from any nearby windows or leave it to us, and we will take care of it, even if the flue is less then 12 inches we can help you extend the flue using flue extension and give you a pass Gas Safety Certificate

  • As part of a gas safety inspection of a hob/cooker, various aspects of the hob or cooker will be checked. This includes checking the ignition system, making sure that there are no leaks, and assessing the overall condition of the appliance. The aim of the inspection is to ensure that the hob or cooker is safe to use and poses no risks to those using it.

  • A gas safety inspection of a fire place generally includes a thorough examination of the gas fireplace itself, as well as any associated gas lines and connections. The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that the gas fireplace and any related gas lines are safe and functioning properly.

  • The gas fireplace inspection will typically check for proper ventilation, gas leaks, and blockages in the gas line. The inspector will also check to make sure that the gas fireplace is properly connected to the gas line, and that there are no loose connections.

  • The gas line inspection will generally check for leaks, blockages, and proper connection to the gas fireplace. The inspector will also check to make sure that the gas line is properly sized for the gas fireplace.

Gas Safety Test

GSC also known as Gas Safety Certificate or Homeowner Gas Safety Certificate is necessary for all landlords and homeowners who are renting out their properties. CP12 Certificate or Gas Certificate is Valid for 1 year and should be renewed every year. We Provide annual gas safety check service, please book online. We also offer gas safety certificate and boiler service and we are running a special offer on price if both services are booked together. Gas Safety Certificate Cost vary depending on appliances and location of property. Gas Certificate Cost on average is between £60 – £90 through out London. Landlord Gas Safety Certificate Cost can also vary from company to company. When Getting a Gas Safety Check or a Gas Safety Inspection done make sure that after the inspection the gas engineer gives you a gas safe register certificate.

Landlord Gas Safety Check is carried out on Gas Meter and Gas Appliances. Our Landlord Gas Safety Check Cost Starts from £20 and we use Gas Safe Registered Engineers for all our Gas Safety Inspections. Domestic Gas Safety Certificate is completed in 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on number of appliances to be tested and Gas Safe Compliance Certificate can only be issued by a Gas Safe Engineer.

If you are looking for cheap gas safety certificate price look no further than Landlord Certificate London, We Provide all kinds of Landlord Safety Certificate in London & M25. We Can Never be beaten Prices in London. Our Landlord Gas Safety Check Prices in London starts from £20.

Frequently asked questions.

How Long is a gas safety certificate valid for?2022-09-26T12:05:31+00:00

A gas safety certificate, also known as a CP12, is valid for 12 months from the date of issue. After this point, a new certificate must be obtained in order to keep your property compliant with gas safety regulations. If your Gas Safety Certificate is expiring call us and book a gas safety certificate with ease of your home.

Do you need a carbon monoxide alarm in the property?2022-09-26T12:03:59+00:00

CO alarms are designed to detect the presence of carbon monoxide gas. This gas can be produced by faulty gas appliances. If there’s a CO leak, the alarm will sound to warn you.

carbon monoxide alarms are usually placed near potential sources of carbon monoxide. This could be near a gas boiler or cooker. The alarm will usually have a green light to show that it’s working. If the light turns red, it means that carbon monoxide has been detected and you should open a window and leave the property immediately.

In the UK, it’s not currently a legal requirement to have a carbon monoxide alarm. However, the government has said that it plans to make them mandatory in all homes with solid fuel burning appliances. This is because these appliances are a common source of carbon monoxide leaks.

If you’re worried about carbon monoxide in your home, you can buy an alarm from most hardware stores. It’s important to choose an alarm that’s been certified by a recognised body, such as the British Standards Institution (BSI).

You should also make sure that you know what to do if your carbon monoxide alarm sounds. You should open a window and leave the property immediately.

You should then call the gas safe engineer to come and check your appliances. All Our Engineers are gas safe registered call us now for emergency call out.

How tightness test on gas safety appliances is performed?2022-09-26T12:02:26+00:00

A tightness test on gas appliances is a safety measure to ensure that the appliance is not leaking gas. The test is performed by one of our qualified gas safe engineer and involves attaching a special gauge to the appliance checking the pressure. If the appliance passes the tightness test, a gas safety certificate be issued.

It is important to have a tightness test performed on any gas appliance in your home, as even a small gas leak can be dangerous. If you suspect that there may be a gas leak in your home, you should contact Landlord Certificate London Gas Safe Engineer immediately to have the problem fixed.

How Long does a gas safety inspection takes?2022-09-26T12:00:30+00:00

A gas safety inspection can take anywhere from a few minutes to a couple of hours. It all depends on the size and complexity of the property, as well as how many appliances need to be checked. However, most inspections can be completed within an hour or so.

Meter only

£20*

*We don’t provide gas safety certificate with meter only service as no gas appliances are tested
*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

1 Gas Appliance

£45*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

2 Gas Appliance

£55*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

3 Gas Appliances

£65*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

GSC with Boiler Service

£74.99*

*Special Offer
*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

*£5 Parking Charges are applicable in case of paid parking.
*£15 Congestion Charge applicable in case the property is in congestion charge zone

What is considered as an appliance?

Boiler

Hob/Cooker

Fire Place

Meter Only
£20*
* We don’t provide gas safety certificate with meter only service as no gas appliances are tested
* All inclusive (No hidden cost)
* Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
* Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£45*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£55*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£65*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliances tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

£74.99*

*All inclusive (No hidden Cost)
*Appliance tested
*Checking of the emergency control valve on gas meter
*Tightness test performed on gas meter to make sure there is no gas leak.

*£5 Parking Charges are applicable in case of paid parking.
*£15 Congestion Charge applicable in case the property is in congestion charge zone

What is considered as an appliance?

Boiler

Hob/Cooker

Fire Place

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