Gas Appliance Servicing: Gas Safe Engineers
Local registered Gas Safe Engineers
Servicing and annual safety checks
Keep your home and family safe
What is Gas Safe?
Gas Safe is the new registration body for gas engineers: it replaced Corgi registration in April 2009.
Anyone who undertakes work on a gas appliance in your home must be Gas Safe Registered, and they must show you their registration card if you request it.
If gas appliances are not serviced regularly or correctly they can be highly dangerous. Not only is there a risk of explosion, but also that deadly Carbon Monoxide could be emitted.
So it’s vital for life safety that only registered Gas Safe Engineers carry out maintenance work on your gas appliances.
Gas appliance servicing
We service all kinds of gas appliances - typically:
- Gas boilers
- Gas fires
- Gas hobs
An annual safety check on all your gas appliances will put your mind at rest and keep your home and family safe.
Remember, regular checks also help to keep your appliances working with tip-top efficiency – saving you money.
Why choose Cooks for your gas appliance servicing and repairs?
We are Gas Safe Engineers. We are qualified and registered professionals, with the expertise and accreditation to service and maintain your gas appliances.
We’re local and responsive. You can call us 24/7 in an emergency and we’ll be there quickly to help.
We have many local customers, who regularly refer us to their friends – a sure sign that we do a great job.
Gas safety advice from our registered Gas Safe Engineers
- Never tamper with a gas appliance yourself – always call a professional.
- Get your appliances checked at least annually, even if they are fairly new.
- Ask to see the engineer’s Gas Safe card before you let them start work.
- If you move into a new home, get the appliances checked straight away. Don’t assume the previous owner did!
- Don’t forget about the gas hob! Get it checked.
- Know where your gas
- If you smell gas, call the National Gas Emergency Service straight away – 0800 111999. Know where your gas switch is, so you can know where to turn it off if need be. Don't switch anything electrical on or off. The emergency service will send an engineer to make your home safe, but may not fix the problem. We can – so call us too.