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Choosing Gas Safe Engineers

It is crucial to choose gas safe engineers. A non-registered engineer could cause an explosion, or even a fire. Unregistered engineers can also lead to carbon monoxide poisoning. The Gas Safe Register was launched in 2009 in Northern Island and Guernsey, and replaced CORGI. All engineers must now be registered to make sure they can work with gas.

A gas safe engineer will inspect your appliance to ensure that they are operating safely. The engineer will inspect your gas connections and issue you a certificate confirming that they have done the job correctly. This is a document that is useful when you are selling your home, or if you need to update your building regulations.

To check if your engineer is registered, you can visit the Gas Safe Register website or call the number. Once you have found a company, call them and ask them to send you a copy of their Gas Safe Record, which is a certificate confirming that they have completed the appropriate safety checks. You will find details about the work done and the safety and health information.

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