Which Gas Certificate do I need? 2017-04-18T13:19:33+00:00

Which Gas Certificate do I need?

Below are some common residential gas examples:

Gas Safety Certificate – Gas Meter only £30 inc VAT* – This is if you have no gas appliances in the property, but still have gas running through the pipe work.

This setup is common in Council flats, in that although all the appliances may be electric within the property, the primary gas pipe work will be integrated into the building structure and linked to a secondary meter, consequently even if the gas is capped off at the secondary meter, active gas pipe work may still be in the property and therefore a gas meter test will still be required to check it is safe.  It is important that a gas meter or tightness test is carried out every year to ensure that there are no gas leaks in the property.

Gas Safety Certificate + 1 Appliance £40 inc VAT* – This is one of the most common scenario where there is only a Gas Boiler in the property.  Please note that when an appliance is tested, we will also inspect the gas meter and the pipework as a matter of course.

Gas Safety Certificate + 2 Appliances £48 inc VAT* – This is the other most common scenario where there is only a Gas Boiler and Gas Hob in the property.
Or Gas Boiler and Gas Oven
Or Gas Boiler and Gas Fire

Gas Safety Certificate + 3 Appliances £58 inc VAT* – there are various possible combinations, see below:
Gas Boiler, Gas Oven and Gas Fire
Gas Boiler, Gas Hob and Gas Oven
Gas Boiler and two Gas Fires

Gas Safety Certificate + 4 Appliances £68 inc VAT* – there are various possible combinations, see below:
Gas Boiler, Gas Oven, Gas Hob and Gas Fire
Gas Boiler, Gas Hob and two Gas Fires
Gas Boiler, Gas Oven and two Gas Fires
Gas Boiler, two Gas Hobs and a Gas Fire

And so on.

*Please note that when an appliance is tested, we will also inspect the gas meter and the pipework as a matter of course.