WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
Call the 24-hour gas Emergency Number 0800 111 999
Turn off the gas at the meter unless the meter is in a cellar/basement
Don’t smoke or strike matches
Don’t turn electrical switches on or off
Do put out naked flames
Do open doors and windows
Do keep people away from the area affected
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We live and work in the local area, and are normally able to attend very quickly, normally the same day. So if you have problems with your gas appliances, please give us a callLEARN MORE
A landlord’s gas safety duties
A landlord’s gas safety duties – what you should know
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, make sure you understand the laws about gas safety.
What Our Clients Say
Here are our recent reviws
“Very professional. Bobby arrived as planned on the day I called. He Diagnosed the fault with our combi, which was not easy as the boiler was showing multiple fault codes! He sourced a replacement part and fitted it the next day for a very reasonable price. Would definitely recommend and use again! Thanks”
“The engineer came out at short notice to repair the central heating at two separate properties when the cold weather started to bite.
I really couldn’t fault the friendly and efficient service and the very reasonable rate charged. I would not hesitate to recommend to others. ”
“Boiler broke on Friday, new Baxi boiler installed next day.
Less than 24 hours later was back up with lovely hot water.
I love the Nest thermostat!!!
Thank you for your great work and for fitting the new boiler on a Saturday.”
What is CO poisoning?
Unsafe gas appliances can produce a highly poisonous gas called carbon monoxide (CO). It can cause death as well as serious long term health problems such as brain damage.
CO is produced by the incomplete burning of natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). This happens when a gas appliance has been incorrectly fitted, badly repaired or poorly maintained. It can also occur if flues, chimneys or vents are blocked.
Oil and solid fuels such as coal, wood, petrol and oil can also produce carbon monoxide.
CO poisoning occurs when you breathe in the gas and it replaces oxygen in your bloodstream. Without oxygen, your body tissue and cells die. Even small amounts of the gas can cause CO poisoning, and long term effects can include paralysis and brain damage.
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