Gas Safety Certificates Leeds: £55 + VAT

CP12 Gas Safety Certificate Leeds
It is a legal requirement for Landlords in Leeds to have an annual Gas Safety Certificate or CP12.  Without it you can be fined, prosecuted and have issues evicting a tenant.


Our Service:

Our Gas Safe registered engineers will issue your Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) in Leeds for a low fixed fee.  We can also service your boiler if required.  We carry out repairs and install new boilers too.  Need a Commercial Gas Safety Certificate in Leeds?  Call us for a quote on 07866 022380.

Fast efficient service in all Leeds postcodes.
 Low fixed fees.
We’ll arrange access directly with your tenant or agent.
 A renewal reminder sent next year.

CP12 Gas Safety Certificate: £55 + VAT
CP12 Gas Safety Certificate and boiler service £85 + VAT

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If a landlord does not have a valid gas safety certificate, or does not do works required, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has the power to prosecute. Failure to follow gas safety requirements is a criminal offence and can be punished by fines or imprisonment.

In addition, for new tenancies starting on or after 1st October 2015, landlords who fail to provide a gas safety certificate to the tenants will not be able to serve a section 21 notice on the tenant.

FAQ’s
“How long does a Gas Safety Check take?”
Usually 30 minutes to an hour is enough to complete the report depending on the number of appliances.  You must make sure there is credit on token gas or electricity meters.

“What do you need access to?”
Our engineer will need clear access to the gas meter and any gas appliances you have – boilers, hobs, cookers and fires.

“What is involved?”
Our engineers will carry out various checks to make sure all gas appliances are safe to use. These checks include:

  • checking flues and chimneys to make sure fumes are being safely removed to outside.
  • checking there is an adequate supply of fresh air so the gas burns properly.
  • checking an appliance is burning the gas properly.
  • checking all safety devices are working properly and shutting the appliance off if a fault occurs.
  • checking for gas leaks

What if I don’t comply?

If a landlord does not have a valid gas safety certificate, or does not do works required, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has the power to prosecute. Failure to follow gas safety requirements is a criminal offence and can be punished by fines or imprisonment.

A Landlord’s responsibilities
If you let a property with gas appliances you have three main responsibilities:

Annual Gas Safety Checks: a 12 monthly gas safety check must be carried out on every gas appliance/flue.  A gas safety check will confirm gas fittings and appliances are safe to use.

Record: a record of the annual gas safety check must be provided to your tenant within 28 days of the check being completed or to new tenants before they move in. Landlords must keep copies of the gas safety record for two years.

Maintenance: pipework, appliances and flues must be maintained in a safe condition. We recommended that appliances are serviced annually. Any installation or landlord safety checks must be carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Make sure your tenants know where to turn off the gas and what to do in the event of a gas emergency.