Landlords and Letting Agents
specialists in the rented property sector and offer our Landlords and
Single inspections and testing
of Gas Safety; Electrical
Appliances (PAT); Electrical Installation -
and report and full Electrical
Installation Condition Report;
Legionella Risk Assessments (LRA)
and Energy Performance
Combined inspections for gas, electric, Legionella
performance. One inspection engineer to
carry out gas and
electrical safety inspections and, if required,
This feature of the service reduces time spent by
yourselves, and tenants in organising and
One call - One appointment - One visit.
Appliance servicing - gas fires, boilers, and water heaters
which are not regularly serviced are a common
leaks and Carbon Monoxide.
Regular servicing protects your
tenants, protects appliances, extends their life,
make them run more economically
Reminders when inspections or
servicing are due
Property inspection, testing, and
service management. For
Landlords with larger portfolios, and Letting
offer to manage all inspections,
testing, and servicing to
ensure you are able to focus
elsewhere with peace of
mind. We can either remind you in advance and arrange for
the work to be carried out, or
if appropriate contact your
do you need an electrical safety inspection?
you are required to ensure your electric appliances and systems are
safe. There is a requirement for Landlords and Letting Agents to take
adequate steps to protect the users of their appliances from both electric
shock and fire hazard. If you don’t have them
inspected how will you know if they are safe? Any defence is
likely to fail under “due diligence” if there was a reasonable step that
could have been taken but was not.
fires in the home occur at a rate of 2,200/year in the UK. It could
happen to one of your properties. While it is highly likely you are
insured, will your insurance cover an un-inspected property? Who will cover
your insurance excess? Who will cover the lost rent while the
property is being returned to habitable condition.
Will it be investigated? Almost certainly, and could you show that
the electrical installation and appliances were safe? How would you
deal with injuries, or worse, to your tenants?
were inspected for electrical safety it would reduce the risk of a
fire. It would also show you had acted positively towards the safety
of your property and tenants
number of electric shocks in the home is substantial,
however the number of deaths or serious injuries from these shocks is
small. This disproportionately small number is not by accident.
It is by design, due largely to the UK electrical regulations. These
go a long way to minimise the risk of death or serious injury from an
electrical shock or fire. However this is only true if the equipment
and installation are compatible with accepted electrical safety
standards. Are yours?
an inspection would reduce the risk and help ensure any possible problems
were likely to be minimised, whether from injury, damage to property, or
exposure to prosecution.
Why do you need a gas safety inspection?
Landlord or Letting Agent that will be obvious, it a legal
requirement. It is not a misdemeanour - it is a criminal offence not
to have your properties checked annually for gas safety.
from the legal requirement, consider that every year in the UK around 30
people die from faulty gas appliances. Only a small percentage of
these die from explosions, the vast majority die from the invisible killer,
Carbon Monoxide. You can’t see it, you can’t smell it, but only a
very small amount is needed to cause death.
Advice from the Health
and Safety Executive
Why do you need
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)?
from 4th January 2009 EPCs are required when properties are sold or are
rented out to new tenants. Once completed an EPC is valid for 10 years.
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