How To Stay Gas Safe At Home
You should aim to have all of you gas appliances checked and serviced annually to make sure the early signs of wear are picked up as quickly as possible. Catching a problem early can also help to extend the life of your appliances, so it can save you money in the long run.
Every time you call on a professional to install, repair or service a gas appliance it’s important to make sure they are fully qualified to carry out the work properly. Only ever use an engineer who appears on the Gas Safe register, and don’t be afraid to ask if you can see their identification before they start work.
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
An audible carbon monoxide alarm works in a similar way to a smoke alarm, and warns you if this poisonous gas has leaked into the atmosphere of your home. The early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning can be easily confused with something less serious, so we recommend using an alarm to give you the best protection against a silent killer.
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