How much does it cost?
Please see our Price List
page for details.
What do we do during a gas
In general terms we
assess your installation and appliances for dangers, both present and
potential. This largely involves checking the gas pipework is not
leaking, checking appliances have been installed and are operating safely,
and checking flues and ventilation are adequate and are operating
What are we looking for?
Primarily, danger to life
or property, or conditions where appliances or installations could
deteriorate. We do this by standard checks, tests, and comparing
against the gas regulations, British Standards, and manufacturer’s
What will your record of
Most installations and
appliances are declared as safe, but most will also have some fault(s)
noted. This is often because regulations and standards have been (and
most likely will continue to be) revised upwards since it was installed.
These faults fall into three
categories; Advice; At Risk; and Immediately Dangerous.
Advice – Fairly
At Risk – These are serious faults with the
potential to become dangerous. An example given by Gas Safe is
the use of plastic or hose pipe instead of the appropriate materials for
the gas pipework. These faults would attract a notification of an
unsafe installation, and a warning notice.
Immediately Dangerous – Something is dangerous. An
example could be a gas leak. These faults would also attract a
notification of an unsafe installation, and a warning notice.
How Do I Arrange An
Give us a call, on
0141 571 2142, or email us. We can often organise the
inspection directly with your tenants, saving you time making repeat phone
calls to co-ordinate a time to suit both parties.
If you need more information, or would like to arrange for
any of our services, please contact