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Stay Gas Safe

Stay Gas Safe

Together Housing is not responsible for gas servicing in homeowners' homes. As a homeowner, leaseholder or shared owner, you are responsible for the maintenance of all gas appliances including the boiler and flues in your property. You should have them checked for safety at least once every 12 months.

If you are a leaseholder who rents out your property, you are a landlord and this law applies to you.

Together Housing strongly recommends that you have your boiler and other gas appliances serviced once a year. This helps to keep you, your family and your neighbours safe. It could also reduce your energy costs as well as the cost of repairs.  

You must use a Gas Safe Registered engineer to carry out safety checks and related work.

Gas Safe Register:

Telephone: 0800 408 5500

www.gassaferegister.co.uk

If you suspect a gas leak, it’s essential that you know what to do, it could save lives. If you think you have a gas leak or can smell gas, leave the house and phone the National Gas Emergencies number immediately on 0800 111 999. If you’re at home, and you can do it safely, turn off your gas supply.

Don’t:

  • Smoke, light a match or use any other naked flame.
  • Turn any electrical switches on or off.
  • Use doorbells, mobile phones or any other electrical switches, including light switches, which could cause a spark.

Stay gas safe.

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