Gas Safety

At Assured Heating Essex Gas safety is of the upmost importance. We strive to adhere to all current Gas Safety regulations and keep both our ‘in-house’ and client based records up to date with any changes that may affect the work we do.

Due to us undertaking regular Gas Safety checks for our client’s, our Gas Safe engineers have to take part in numerous Gas Safety inspections by Gas Safe inspectors to ensure we are continually at the forefront of our industry by pioneering new and improved methodologies to deliver the very best results for any Gas Safety tests and Gas Safety checks we are part of.

Under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 act, landlords are required to ensure that the flues, gas appliances, gas fires and fittings are Gas Safe.  If you are a landlord or the owner of a property then having an annual gas safety inspection of your gas appliances and central heating systems is a must. This means that gas appliances should be serviced according to the manufacturer’s guidelines, while any flues and pipework must be kept in a safe condition and inspected regularly.  Having regular Gas Safety inspections will make sure that they are not dangerous to use.

There are over 7500 UNREGISTERED gas fitters actively working in the UK

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The Gas Safe register

The Gas Safe Register is the official list of registered gas engineers who are able to work safely and legally on gas appliances.  It is now a legal requirement for all gas engineers to be registered on the Gas Safe Register, which replaced the CORGI gas registration.

Our business registration number is 516184 and you can follow this link to check our credentials.

Only Gas Safe registered engineers are qualified and legally able to conduct installation, maintenance and safety checks.

Our engineers are all Gas Safe registered (previously known as Corgi Gas Safe fitters or Corgi registered engineers) meaning that our client’s can all rest assured they have gone through the relevant training and have the knowledge and experience to get the job one right first time round.

Gas Safety Risks & Dangers of Gas Work?

Dangerous gas work can be deadly for a number of reasons, which we believe our customers should be aware of to ensure the safety of their friends, family, work colleagues and anyone else who may enter into their home.  For example badly fitted and poorly serviced appliances can cause the following gas safety risks:

  • Gas Leaks
  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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