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EXPRESS BOILERS GAS SAFE ENGINEER & PLUMBER

Glasgow, East Renfrewshire

Express Boilers Heating & Plumbing business based in Glasgow. Gas Safe engineer. We provide fast friendly service. Some of the services are Emergency plumber or gas engineer. Landlord certificate Legionella certificates Boiler replacement or repairs. Gas hob or cooker installation. Gas fire installation. Carbon monoxide alarms Fire alarm systems. Heating control's Hat water tanks. Hot water only boilers for shops , takeaways it restaurant's. Expert pipe installation and Repairs. Full central heating installation. Full POWERFLUSH with the latest POWERFLUSH machine's. Fully qualified and gas Safe registered. Reg. N0. 626260 on gas safe.co.uk.

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Appointment details


A gas safety check (also known as gas safety inspection or a CP12) involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas fuelled appliances and central heating systems. The engineer will check the appliances are working properly, with the correct operating pressure. They also perform full system tests and ventilation checks to ensure regulations are met and that appliances are safe to use. The entire on-site process typically takes 45-60 minutes. Following the assessment, the Gas Safety Certificate is emailed the same day or the following business day. 


If you are a landlord, you are legally obliged to renew the Gas Safety certificate annually. Landlords must also keep a record of gas safety checks for at least two years and issue the latest certificate to existing tenants and any new tenants before they move in. If you are a homeowner, although you have not legally bound to renew the Gas Safety certificate, you are advised to do so once a year to maintain the safety of your home.



What does the inspection include?


  • Checking all gas appliances for gas tightness

  • Check burner pressure and gas rate against the manufacturers’ data plate

  • Checks on all necessary ventilation will be conducted

  • Check standing and working pressure if test points are available

  • Fuel flow will be tested to make sure combustion products are removed

  • All flame failure devices will be checked for satisfactory operation

  • 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

Appointment details


A gas safety check (also known as gas safety inspection or a CP17) involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas fuelled appliances and central heating systems. The engineer will check the appliances are working properly, with the correct operating pressure. They also perform full system tests and ventilation checks to ensure regulations are met and that appliances are safe to use. The entire on-site process typically takes around one hour but larger commercial premises can take longer. Following the assessment, the Gas Safety Certificate is emailed the same day or the following business day. 


If you are a commercial landlord, you are legally obliged to renew the Gas Safety certificate annually. Landlords must also keep a record of gas safety checks for at least four years and issue the latest certificate to existing tenants and any new tenants before they move in. 



What does the inspection include?


  • checking all gas appliances for gas tightness

  • check burner pressure and gas rate against the manufacturers’ data plate

  • checks on all necessary ventilation will be conducted

  • check standing and working pressure if test points are available

  • flue flow will be tested to make sure combustion products are removed

  • all flame failure devices will be checked for satisfactory operation

  • 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

Appointment details


Upon confirmation of the service, an accredited Energy Assessor visits the property to collect the required data for assessing energy features based on the construction, type of dwelling, and relevant fittings (i.e, heating systems, insulation, windows, fixed outlets, lighting, etc). Please allow easy and full access for the assessor to inspect all heating and lighting fixtures/fittings including the boilers, hot water cylinders and the electric meter. The entire onsite process generally takes 30 minutes to 1 hour. Following the assessment, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is generated using government-approved software, which typically takes 1-3 business days, and will be emailed to you once ready. Once the EPC is lodged it will appear on the national Domestic EPC register.


The EPC should not be read as a comment on the overall condition of the property, nor will it cover any items that would be included in a building survey.


An EPC is a legal requirement for the property to be marketed for sale or let. The certificate is valid for 10 years although it is recommended to renew the certificate every time works are carried out to the property that could improve its energy performance ie. replacement boiler/windows, loft or wall insulation. 


Our EPC prices are calculated on the number of bedrooms, location and availability and carried out by professional, verified assessors who are certified with the official EPC Register.



What does an EPC contain?


  • A record of how energy efficient a building is and its environmental impact
  • Information on the property’s typical energy costs
  • Suggested recommendations on reducing energy use and saving money
  • An energy efficiency rating of the property from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient)

Appointment details


Upon confirmation of the service, an accredited Energy Assessor visits the property to collect the required data for assessing energy features based on the construction, data, and relevant fittings (i.e, heating systems, insulation, windows, fixed outlets, lighting, etc). Please allow easy and full access for the assessor to inspect all heating and lighting fixtures/fittings including the boilers, hot water cylinders and the electric meter. Given the size and complexity of some commercial buildings, this inspection can take a number of hours or even days. Following the assessment, a Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (which includes two documents: an EPC certificate and a separate Recommendations Report) is generated using government-approved software, which typically takes 1-3 business days, and will be emailed to you once ready. Once the EPC is lodged it will appear on the national Commercial EPC register.


A Non-Domestic EPC is a legal requirement for all commercial buildings exceeding 50 sq meters. The law states that a Non-Domestic EPC is required when you market the premises for let or sale, a building under construction is finished or where there are changes to the number of parts used for separate occupation and these changes involve providing or extending fixed heating, air conditioning or mechanical ventilation systems. 


The EPC must also be displayed in your commercial building if the total useful floor area is over 500 sq meters, the building is frequently visited by the public or an EPC has already been produced for the building’s sale, rental or construction

The certificate is valid for 10 years although a new certificate may be required if the building is subject to renovations, alterations, extensions etc. 


Commercial buildings are divided into three categories for EPC purposes, depending on size, heating and cooling systems, etc. For further information please get in touch with us. 

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  • Monday: 09:00-19:00
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Customers Reviews

4.5/5
(4)

Quality 100%

Reliability 85%

Price 95%

Schedule 80%

Behaviour 85%

Cleanliness 100%

5/5
12-05-2021

Job well done. Highly recommended. Great knowledge of job and explained everything before hand

Shezad A.

5/5
22-06-2021

Very good gas engineer and plumber He installation my boiler without any fuss , and was very efficient polite , professional and very tidy. They also renovated my whole bathroom and they did a fantastic job of it , I live it. I highly recommend Express Boilers for all you plumbing and gas needs. 5 star's for them.

Martin S.

5/5
17-06-2021

I needed a plumber fast , I called Express Boilers and they came out with the hours , they fixed my boiler and repaired the water leaks. I highly recommend them , they are great.

Susan W.

3.1/5
24-01-2021

They guy was late almost 4 hours when spoken on the phone his attitude was very ignorant also during the service I’ve never heard him saying sorry that he was so late In result I had to cancel my plans to wait for the service

Sandra O.

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