you guarantee that you will finish a job on time?
Yes we can. We provide a fully detailed quote along with
costs, raw materials, number of workers, the times the project
will be worked on AND the time and date of completion. There
may be a provision in our quote for unexpected or undetermined
work dependant on the job type.
What is the law regarding gas and electricity work?
A. People who do not
work directly on gas installations or appliances, but who
work in areas where there are implications for gas safety -
architects, builders and local authorities
working with flues and venting -
have a general duty of care under civil law.
They should refer to the
appropriate regulations covering their work.
The Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 place specific duties
on gas users, installers, suppliers and landlords. For
out work on gas appliances or fittings as part of their
business must be competent and registered with CORGI.
Only a competent person can carry out work on
gas appliances or fittings.
Do-it-yourself work on gas appliances or fittings
could be dangerous and is
likely to be illegal.
Do not use any gas appliance or fittings you know or suspect
to be unsafe. Through CORGI, the
Health & Safety Executive has asked all registered
installers to disconnect any gas appliance or
fittings that are so dangerous
as to be a threat to life if they are used.
responsible for making sure that gas fittings and flues are
maintained in good order, and gas appliances that they own in
residential premises, and flues, are checked
for safety every 12 months.
They must also keep a record of the safety checks for
at least two years and issue it to
existing tenants and any new tenants before they move in.
Tenants are responsible for the maintenance and safety of
appliances they own.
place a number of restrictions on gas appliances installed
in bathrooms, shower rooms and bedrooms which are
detailed and prescriptive.
It is illegal
to install instantaneous water heaters, which are not room
sealed or fitted with a safety device that automatically turns
supply off before a dangerous level of
poisonous fumes builds up. For further information please call
the Health and Safety Executive Gas
Safety advice line on 0800 300 363 (or 0800 032
0121 in Northern Ireland).