FAQ

We’ve been asked may questions but here’s a few…

In accordance with the Gas Safety Regulation 1998, a landlord is a person who rents out his property to a tenant that he owns under a license or a lease for 7 years. You are considered as a landlord even if you don’t fall into the criteria mentioned by the GSIU as there are different meanings of a landlord for different legislation. Properties owned by a landlord under license or lease have multiple duties to perform before giving it out in the market for rent. They have to make sure that their property has exclusive fixtures, fittings, has proper electricity, gas, and water supply as well as certifications for the ease of the tenants.
The records generated by the gas safety check indicates how secure the property is from gas leakages. When the annual gas safety check is completed, a safety certificate is issued to satisfy tenants that the house is safe. The record for gas safety is formed when the check is completed and it shares all the defects found in the property.
If any fault is found during the inspection, is it the property owners responsibility to source a company to fix the defect. The record made during the check should be provided to the landlord as soon as possible so that they can perform necessary actions. A landlord should ensure that his property is safe and secure for the tenants to live.
It is a legal requirement that fire detection equipment is provided for each property, with one working smoke alarm in the room most used by tenants, one smoke alarm in every circulation space as well as a heat alarm in every kitchen. Carbon monoxide Alarms by law should be installed in the same room with an appliance that burns solid fuel, even if that appliance isn’t in use. Alarms should not be considered a replacement for annual gas safety and maintenance inspection by Landlord checks.
Yes, We would recommend you have all your appliances tested and certified by Landlords Checks. We offer continuous support and advice.
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