Staying safe with gas isn’t just good business sense. It’s the law.

While the types of jobs that commercial and domestic gas engineers do are similar in name (installing, servicing and repairing gas boilers), just selecting the first engineer you find on google isn’t a good idea if you’re looking to have work done for your business. Commercial and business properties often have larger gas boilers, or non-domestic appliances and larger pipework which a domestic engineer isn’t qualified to work on.

We believe that businesses should only hire commercial gas engineers to work on the gas appliances in their premises. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to the safety of your staff and customers. The prices we charge to our business and commercial customers is about the same as our residential customers too.

For a quick overview of the key differences between Commercial and Domestic gas engineers, watch our video.

Why are we the first choice for commercial gas engineers?

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Our Gas Safe registered commercial engineers

Our engineers are top of their field. They’re the best at what they do – keeping our business customers, their staff and customers safe. We’re proud to say there is no one better than a British Gas trained engineer. Last year our engineers serviced 32,000 business boilers.

National distribution centre

Based just off J21 of the M1 and Covering over 175,000 square feet, our team provide parts and tools for 6,000 British Gas engineers across the country. We’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In partnership with Royal Mail, we deliver the parts our engineers, plumbers and electricians need to repair and maintain our customers’ boilers, appliances, plumbing and drainage.

Customer service teams

Our friendly experienced, Rotherham based service team speak to hundreds of our customers each day. Once you join us as a services customer we’re always here to take your call. 24/7.

So for example, when your next annual gas safety check is due, ensure you’re using the right type of gas safe engineer for your commercial gas safety check.

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