A Gas Safety Certificate from B.E.S.T Ltd consists of: 
 
• All gas appliances being checked for gas tightness, 
• Standing and working pressure will be tested; subject to Test Point Availability, 
• Burner pressure and gas rate against the manufacturers data plate, 
• Checks will be carried out for the provision of all necessary ventilation, 
• Flue flow will be tested to make sure products of combustion are removed, 
• All flame failure devices will be checked for satisfactory operation, 
• Where appropriate checks will be made for physical stability, presence and effectiveness of 
stability brackets, 
• Investigations for any evidence of unsafe operation will be made and reported. 
Without completing all of the above checks an appliance can not be issued a Gas Safety Certificate. 
 
 
 

What information does the Landlords Gas Safety record contain? 

 
• The description and location of each appliance and/or flue checked, 
• Name, registration number and signature of the engineer who carried out the check, 
• Date on which the appliance and/or flue was checked, 
• The address of the property at which the appliance and /or flue is installed, 
• The name and address of the landlord (or his agent where appropriate), 
• Any defect identified and any action required or taken to fix it, 
• Confirmation of the results of operational safety checks carried out on the appliances. 
 

Gas Law 

By law a landlord, under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998, is responsible to get a Gas Safety Certificate every twelve months. You can get this from a B.E.S.T Ltd Gas Safe Registered engineer for all pipe work, gas appliances and flues installed at your property. 
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