We can help your business stay safe with gas
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Gas safety is not only your legal obligation, it's also a serious health and safety concern if not given the attention it needs.
Every year in England and Wales there are around 60 deaths from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning and you're also putting your workforce at risk of gas explosions should you not give gas safety the respect and attention it needs.
That's why its crucial you have a registered gas safe engineer perform maintenance on your appliances. Otherwise they could end up damaging your appliances or in the worst case scenario, make the appliances dangerous which puts you and your employees at risk.
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We think it is extremely important as an owner of commercial premises to be on top of the gas safety of the gas appliances in your commercial properties. It is in fact the law that these appliances are inspected annually.
You can choose the level of support you need from our expert engineers, from a one-off annual service to a range of ongoing maintenance contracts.
Commercial boiler servicing will help make sure your business boiler is running efficiently. A faulty boiler could waste money on energy and might even start leaking poisonous carbon monoxide.
Our commercial boiler services can include:
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Heating and hot water appliances
If you have more than one gas appliance in your business premises, then we can look after them all. Each additional gas appliance you ask us to include will earn its own discount.
A: A commercial gas safety certificate is a document that confirms any commercial gas appliances in a commercial premise has passed all the legal requirements for a gas safety installation. Under "The Gas Safety Installation & Use Regulations 1998 and 2018", employers must ensure that all gas appliances are maintained in a safe condition. It is generally accepted as best practice for businesses to undertake an annual inspection
A: Unless the rules of the tenancy say something different, it is a legal requirement that landlords of commercial premises must arrange for a Landlords Gas Safety Record to be completed on qualifying appliances. Where those appliances are classified as commercial gas appliances, a commercially qualified Gas Engineer will be required to undertake the inspection.
A: It is considered good practice for businesses to have a commercial gas safety certificate if there’s commercial gas appliances installed at their business premises. A business gas safety check can be either a CP42 commercial gas safety certificate for restaurant, hotels and businesses with a catering installation. And a CP15 commercial servicing and commissioning for commercial heating installation.
A: A gas safety inspection should be carried out every 12 months.
A: A CP42 type gas certificate is issued by a commercial gas engineer who holds required commercial catering gas (ACS) certification. This information can the found on the national gas safe register.
The CP42 type certificates are designed to record specific checks for kitchens and catering establishments only like restaurants, fast food, mobile catering, school kitchens and industrial cooking establishments.
A: Our gas safe registered engineers will test the gas appliances in your business premise to ensure they’re operating safely and efficiently. A gas appliance safety check will ensure your appliances:
A: To ensure your gas appliances pass all the legal requirements, you will need to book an appointment with a gas safe registered engineer. Our engineers have been approved by the gas safe register which enables them to carry out the kind of your work you require. You can relax knowing we can check your gas appliances annually with our Business Care plans.
A: Keeping you and our engineers safe is our top priority. Our engineers will follow the latest government guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus when at your business premises.
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