Landlord Certificates

Landlords are legally responsible for the safety of their tenants. Landlords should make sure maintenance and annual safety checks on gas appliances are carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer to provide evidence of a Gas Safety Certificate.

By law landlords must make sure:

  • pipe-work, appliances and flues provided for tenants are maintained in a safe condition
  • that all appliances and flues that they provide for tenants use have an annual safety check
  • that maintenance and annual safety checks are carried out by an engineer registered with Gas Safe Register
  • all gas equipment (including any appliance left by a previous tenant) is safe or otherwise removed before re-letting
  • a gas safety certificate is provided to the tenant within 28 days of completing the check or to any new tenant before they move in
  • they keep a copy of the gas safety certificate for two years

Whatever your emergency, we’ve got the team that can fix your problem.

Boiler stopped working

Broken central heating

Water leaks

Gas leak

Broken or blocked pipes

Sink and toilet unblocking

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What to do if you smell gas

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Turn off your gas

If you think you have a gas leak, you need to turn off your gas supply at the meter.

Find your emergency control valve. In newer houses, the emergency control valve is normally outside with the gas meter – in a meter box. If it’s not there, try looking under the stairs, beneath the kitchen sink or in the garage.

Turn the handle so the lever is at 90 degrees to the upright gas pipe.

Next steps

Open all your doors and windows to let gas out and some fresh air in.

Don’t switch anything electrical on or off.

Put out all naked flames. Don’t smoke, strike matches or do anything which could make the gas catch fire.

If you have any electrical security entry phones or locks, don’t use them. Open your doors manually.