Proud to be Gas Safe Registered

Aquaheat Services are dedicated to your safety and maintain full knowledge of the Gas Safety regulations and are updated with any changes.

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Gas Safe Registered

Aquaheat Services are dedicated to your safety and maintain full knowledge of the gas safety regulations and keep updated with any changes. We are highly trained, fully qualified, and proud to support Gas Safety in everything we do.

Professional, highly-trained Engineers

At Aquaheat Services we have been trained as Gas Engineers, Gas Safety is our number one priority and it is a legal requirement for anyone carrying out gas work to not only be registered with Gas Safe Register but to also be registered for the work being undertaken. Only a Gas Safe Registered Engineer is legally allowed to install, maintain, repair or service a gas appliance and they must have a Gas Safe Register ID Card.

The Sign of Legally Registered Gas Safe Engineers
The Gas Safe Logo is the sign of legally registered Gas Engineers

What is the Gas Safe Register?

By law all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register, and as a consumer to protect yourself and your Clients, you should check their Gas Safe Card for the correct name, business and most importantly the correct gas categories.

The Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI as the gas registration body in 2009.

What does the Gas Safe Register do?

The main focus of the Gas Safe Register is on improving and maintaining gas safety to the highest standards. They make sure Aquaheat Services, and all the other gas engineers on the Register, over 120,000, are qualified to work with gas.

The Gas Safe Register works to protect the public from unsafe gas work through:

  • A national investigations team tracking down illegal gas workers;
  • Regular inspections of Gas Safe Registered engineers;
  • Educating consumers and raising awareness of gas safety;
  • Investigating reports of unsafe gas work.

Gas Safety Tips

Stay safe in your business or home all year round. Our Clients rely on gas appliances to keep themselves and their Clients comfortable, provide hot water and support their processes. Follow these tips all year round to keep your gas appliances in good condition and working safely.

  1. Have all gas appliances in your business safety checked annually by a Gas Safe registered engineer. As part of any safety check ensure that the engineer carries out a tightness test of the pipework to ensure there are no gas leaks, and a visual inspection of accessible gas pipework should also be completed to ensure the installation is in good condition.
  2. Find or check a Gas Safe registered engineer in your area, or call Dr Boilers on 0330 123 0923.
  3. Make sure you ask to see your engineer’s Gas Safe Register ID card both front and back. The front will confirm their registration and identity, the back will confirm they can do the gas work you’ve employed them to do.
  4. Stay aware of the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning (headaches, dizziness, nausea, breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness).
  5. Look out for warning signs that a gas appliance isn’t working properly (lazy yellow flames, excessive condensation and black marks/stains). However, bear in mind that an appliance can be unsafe without displaying these symptoms, so best practice is to have your appliances checked every year.
  6. Buy an audible carbon monoxide alarm and install it (in accordance with manufacturer’s guidelines) near to your gas appliance. Alarms are a strong second line of defence against carbon monoxide poisoning.
  7. Use gas appliances for their intended purposes only, e.g. do not use a cooker to heat a room.
  8. Provide enough ventilation for gas appliances to burn correctly and make sure no air vents or chimneys are blocked.
  9. If you know of anyone working outside of Gas Safe registration, they are breaking the law. You can report them to the Gas Safe Register.
Our Engineer Rob Playford with his Gas Safe card and Johann
Our Engineer Rob Playford with his Gas Safe card and Johann.

Products & Services

Services Provided:

  • Commercial
  • Domesitc
  • Out of Hours Work

Gas Types:

  • Natural Gas
  • LPG


  • Air Heating
  • Direct Fired Appliances
  • Indirect Fired Heating Appliances
  • Laundry
  • Overhead Plaque Heaters
  • Pipework
  • Pipework Commissioning


  • Caravans
  • Combustion Analysis
  • Cookers
  • Fires
  • Gas Boilers
  • Meters
  • Pipework
  • Range Cookers
  • Tumble Dryers
  • Unvented Cylinders
  • Vented Cylinders
  • Warm Air Heaters
  • Water Heaters

What to do if you Suspect a Gas Appliance is Dangerous?

If you suspect you have a dangerous gas appliance or may have inhaled Carbon Monoxide, call the Gas emergency services line on 0800 111 999 immediately.

Also, switch off any appliances and turn off the gas supply at the mains. Seek immediate medical attention before contacting Dr Boilers to have your home and appliances inspected and made safe.

Call 0800 111 999