Do You Require A Local Gas/LPG Engineer?
Domestic gas engineers are required for a variety of task and can undertake a lot of different jobs in and around the home. Should it be moving a gas meter, fitting a hob, modifying gas pipework systems, exchanging a cooker or installing or undertaking maintenance on gas appliances, our engineers are fully qualified to handle most situations in a domestic dwelling.
The gas industry is highly regulated, it is one of the most, if not the most highly regulated industry in the world! In the UK, gas engineers require qualifications to work the varying types of situations they encounter across the domestic, catering and commercial sectors. In total, there are over a hundred qualifications, each which expire and require further training and assessment every five years.
Gas engineer responsibilities are very high, where engineers do not undertake their duties to all the required legislation, guidance and Approved Codes of Practices, they can be prosecuted under the law and can even go to prison.
Our gas engineers work on both mains gas and LPG.
So Why Use Us?
- We have transparent prices, show up on time and are highly professional
- We are Gas Safe registered
- Our engineers are registered heating engineers with the CIPHE
- We are a TrustMark & FairTrades registered company
Any equipment that we install comes with a 1-year guarantee, and we offer guarantees of up to 5-years on the equipment we install as part of central heating installations we undertake (terms & conditions apply).
What We Offer:
- We are punctual and provide accurate time-slots
- Excellent value for money
- High-quality workmanship
- Exceptional customer service
For smaller jobs, such as reactive and general maintenance, we will provide you with a 3-hour arrival window when you can expect us, all of which we charge at our advertised rates. For larger jobs, we provide free fully written quotations and arrange arrival times and dates with the customer in advance of the work taking place.
“I served my time as a gas engineer, working on a diverse array of systems and appliances. First-hand I have seen what goes on in the industry and what happens when it goes wrong. Gas engineers come with varying morals and abilities, of which between these two things there are bad eggs.”
Frequently Asked Questions
No, a plumber is not, but they can obtain the appropriate qualifications and registrations with the Gas Safe Register and become competent in areas relating to gas. Most plumbers who are registered to work on gas are semi-skilled and have limited qualifications, usually relating to boilers. Plumbers should not be working on equipment heated by a gas appliance or working on gas appliances themselves if they are not qualified and registered to do so.
The only ways to check are to check the back of the engineer’s card or on the Gas Safe Register website. There are many semi-skilled gas ‘engineers’, so you should be checking carefully whom you are using to do what.
Yes, for most domestic and light commercial applications.