Gas safety & Servicing

As a landlord, you’re required to carry out annual gas and safety checks to keep your tenants safe. And if you’re buying a property, you want total peace of mind over your new home! Our annual industry-standard gas (CP12) certificates review the health of your appliances - including thorough checks on potential gas leaks and safety hazards.

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Digitally delivered certificates

Your certificate will be emailed to you and available on your online account.

Gas safe registered engineers

All our engineers are fully qualified and insured.

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Our prices

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Gas Safety
Certificate

Satisfy your legal requirements and protect your property.

£59.99

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Includes 2 gas appliances

Gas Safety &
Service bundle

Save on our gas safety and boiler service bundle!

£99.99

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Includes 2 gas appliances

Boiler
service

Maintain the health of your boiler and keep the warranty intact.

£79.99

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Service only

Peace of mind

For your boiler to continue running correctly, a yearly boiler service is essential. You feel cosy and warm thanks to your boiler, especially during the cold winter months.

You can be confident that your boiler has been inspected and is prepared for the winter with our annual boiler service. All of our engineers are friendly, knowledgeable and registered with Gas Safe.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies as a landlord?

In relation to domestic gas under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 (GS(IU)R 98), a landlord is anyone who rents out a property.Regardless of whether you are a landlord under GS(IU)R 98, you may be considered a landlord under other related legislation. Landlords’ duties apply to a wide range of accommodation, occupied under a lease or licence, which includes, but not is not limited to:

• Residential premises provided for rent by local authorities, housing associations, private sector landlords, housing co-operatives, hostels
• Rooms let in bed-sit accommodation, private households, bed and breakfast accommodation and hotels
• Rented holiday accommodation such as chalets, cottages, flats, caravans and narrowboats on inland waterways.

What are my gas safety duties as a landlord?

As a landlord, you are responsible for the safety of your tenants. The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 deal with landlords’ duties to make sure gas appliances, fittings and flues provided for tenants are safe.

Appliances, fittings and flues in a communal area which may be used by tenants are also included. You are responsible for the maintenance and repair of flues, appliances and pipework provided for your tenants use by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. Although there is no prescribed timeframe for these duties, good practice would be the demonstration of regular, annual maintenance checks and subsequent repairs.

You are also responsible for ensuring an annual gas safety check is carried out within 12 months of the installation of a new appliance or flue which you provide and annually thereafter by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. You must keep a record of the safety check for 2 years and issue a copy to each existing tenant within 28 days of the check being completed and issue a copy to any new tenants before they move in. Our customer portal provides an easy way to store your certificates for Life for FREE.

Should all my gas appliances be tested?

Yes. All Gas Appliances in a property have to be tested during an inspection.

If my flue is not visible, and I do not have inspection hatches, will my Gas Safety Certificate FAIL?

This would be classed as ‘At risk’ and would result in your gas certificate being revoked. ‘At risk’ is a risk classification used by gas engineers, and in this case means that your boiler and flue system could become dangerous in the future. The engineer can’t examine the length of the flue to confirm whether it’s safe, so it is deemed ‘At risk’ and results in your Gas Safety certificate failing.

Should I provide my tenants with a Carbon Monoxide CO Alarm and Smoke Alarm?

As of 1st October 2015, by law every rental property should have a smoke alarm on every floor of a property.

My Gas Certificates have never failed in the past, why has it failed now?

This could be for one of two reasons: 1. Gas Safe regulation has changed or 2. The engineer you’ve used in the past didn’t inspect your property according to regulation.

What should I do if there are any defects on the gas certificate?

The gas safety check record is a record of the results of the checks carried out for the annual gas safety check. It should be issued on completion of the checks and not delayed (even if defects are found) or until necessary remedial action has been taken. The record is a ‘living document’ and landlords should supplement it with records of any follow up action taken (if required). This will provide a full record of the gas safety within the property.

Excellent, efficient service, and great communication, I’ll definitely work with MultiCerts again.

Victor Liew
Landlord

Product breakdown

See whats included in our gas services

Gas safety certificate

Protect your property while complying to the legislation.

£59.99

  • Tightness test on appliances
  • Standing and working pressure test
  • Flame failure devices checked
  • Flue integrity check
  • Check on adequate ventilation

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Annual boiler service

Maintain the health of your boiler and catch faults early.

£79.99

  • Keep warranty intact
  • Water pressure checked
  • Condense trap cleaned
  • Checking for wear and leaks
  • Check of boiler performance

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