Commercial boilers should be serviced at least once a year. This is to ensure that the boiler is operating safely and efficiently. Commercial
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CP17 GAS CERTIFICATES
CP17 Gas Safety Certificate
CP17 Gas Certificates are issued following physical and visual safety inspection by a Registered Commercial Gas Safe registered Engineer. Commercial gas safety checks are conducted on all gas heating appliances and visible piping within a commercial property to ensure that they are in good and safe working condition.
Commercial Gas Safety Certificates
CP17 Gas Certificate
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Legal Requirement and must be carried out every 12 months.
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Inspections and tests are performed on gas equipment and gas pipelines include furnace, fires, gas meters, burner, boilers, forced draught burners, industrial flues and chimneys to make sure they are safe, secure and sound enough for commercial premises. If the appliance uses an exhaust system to remove flue gases, they will also be inspected to see if the exhaust method is appropriate and if the required ventilation is provided or sufficient.
You will receive a CP17 Commercial gas certificate from our commercial gas engineer on completion, which will record the results of gas equipment installed on your premises.
The CP17 commercial gas safety check can be carried out between the 11th and 12th months from the date of the previous gas certificate (if the property has been permanently rented out). Therefore, it is important to indicate the date of the previous gas test so that we can carry out a new gas test at a sufficient time before the previous one ends
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Gas Safety Certificate Law
Any Business or commercial property where a commercial gas meter or a commercial gas appliance is installed, is required by law to have a valid commercial gas safety certificate either a CP15 commercial gas installation certificate or CP17 non domestic annual servicing report or A CP42 commercial catering gas certificate or all of the above. Failure to comply with these terms could invalidate your building insurance and you will also be breaking the law. Regulation (36)(1) of the Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations 1998. It is a legal requirement by the law.
Who can Issue a Commercial Gas Certificate
Only registered commercial gas safe engineers can issue a commercial gas safety certificate. The Commercial engineer will carry out an inspection on your commercial gas appliances installed in the building.
How long is a Commercial Gas Certificate Valid For
You must keep your gas certificate for two years according to regulation 36(3)(c) of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. This is a legal requirement and we also have to keep our records for 2 years. So if you loose your records for any reason and need it, we will always have a copy on file.
What are the fines / Consequences for Braking the law
The standard penalty is £6000 for each gas appliance installed in your property and/or a minimum of 6 months imprisonment for non compliance.
Gas Safety Resources and help
The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998
Official Health and Safety Gas Safe Information
Official Gas Safe Register
Carbon monoxide informati
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Yes. It is illegal not to have a gas safety certificate. The law applies to landlords and tenants who live in rented accommodation
A commercial gas safety certificate is a certification that is issued to let people know that the equipment has been tested and meets
A commercial gas safety certificate is a legal requirement for commercial premises. The landlord or responsible person must arrange for a gas safety