Being the landlord it is always very necessary for you to look into the safety and welfare of your tenants. Before allowing any tenant to use the to-let service as charged by you, you must definitely get all your gas appliances registered and certified as per the norms and regulations of 1998 Gas Safety (installation and Use) Regulations. This should be done to check whether the entire installed boiler at your place working in order if observed any of it is not working properly, you must not delay in getting it fixed and repaired.
EBRL takes legitimate pride in serving the entire London with their services and does not leave any of their clients being disappointed at their services. We also do not charge and hidden charges and most importantly we bestow our attention in pleasing our clients with the most satisfactory services.
Apart from providing safety EBRL lays it emphasis on the following grounds:
EBRL takes up full authoritative in certifying the landlords, Home owners and estate agent from London and its surrounding regions. As per the 1998 Gas Safety Regulations, EBRL peeps into the following in order to certify landlords, agents, and others:
A landlord gas safety certificate or check involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas appliances. They will check the appliance is working correctly and will check the following four areas:
Some properties, mainly flats and apartments, have been built with boiler flues hidden which cannot be inspected because they are hidden behind walls or ceilings. The boiler flues that this information relates to are connected to room-sealed fan assisted boilers only. Gas Safe registered engineers need to be able to see the flue (integrity throughout its entirety policy) − which take fumes away from the boiler − as part of essential safety checks whenever the boiler is worked on. Room sensing carbon monoxide alarms are not an alternative to being able to see the flue and you will still need to have inspection hatches fitted so that the flue system can be checked.
It is recommended that inspection hatches are fitted as soon as you are able to do so. From 1 January 2013, any Gas Safe registered engineer will classify the boiler as At Risk, this means that they will turn the boiler off, with your permission, and formally advise you not to use it until inspection hatches have been fitted in appropriate places.
The guide that the landlord needs to focus before getting the gas boiler installed can be studied as below:
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm:
Co being one of the most poisonous gas needs to be checked before it reaches out to the human beings. It’s so harmful that it can easily take away life in a minute. Thereby before installing any boiler at your place you need to be thoroughly clear with the safety and security you need to maintain while installing a boiler at your home. EBRL takes up the initiative in doing and checking the boilers in getting it operated at the right time. It simultaneously aware peoples from using it accurately so that before it starts malfunctioning, engineers can be called and can help to fix the device. It is nothing but acts like venom which can never be smelled or tasted but can only consumed with the air you are breathing in. Some of the precaution that needs to be laid down to warn out the crowd from detecting the emission of CO gas from the boilers can be listed as below: