Staying Gas Safe

June 26, 2020 4:21 pm


Every household with gas appliances or equipment in their home should consider the following risks of having unsafe gas work done. Here are some things you should do:

Check your equipment

When was the last time the gas appliances in your home were inspected? Gas appliances must have a yearly safety check and receive a regular service from an engineer registered with the Gas Safe scheme.

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Is your meter box damaged?

Make sure all equipment inside the meter box is kept secure and free from potential damage. For a new Gas Meter box, visit a site like

Recently installed a gas appliance?

There are many things to think about when buying a new gas appliance. You should seek advice on ensuring the process runs as efficiently and safely as it can, and that the device is securely installed by a professional.

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Buying a new home?

There are so many things to think about when buying a new property so that the security of gas might not be at the top. Make sure you know what to look out for and how to make sure your new home is safe.

Improve your home?

If you are thinking about home improvements, you may be tempted to save money and do it yourself. However, if you work on gas appliances without qualification, you can risk the lives of you and other people. Gas appliances that haven’t been correctly installed can cause serious accidents. Be sure you understand the potential risks, consequences and danger signs to look out for.