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Regulations you should know

If you are planning on a new boiler or appliance installation, or perhaps thinking of selling or buying a new home, knowing some of the regulations governing plumbing and heating could prove very useful to know and may also save you time and money.

 

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Building regulations

Further information on Building Regulation Part L - Conservation of Fuel and Power and Part J - Combustion Appliances and Fuel Storage and how they relate to your central heating system. With further information on current and future revisions to the Building Regulations. more...

 

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Work notifications

Gas Safe and Oftec registered engineers can self-certify their own work, a Building Regulations Compliance Certificate will be given to home owners after a gas or oil installation has taken place confirming that the installation was carried out to the required standard. This also means Building Control do not need to be notified by the home owner. more...

 

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Gas Safe and Oftec

Gas Safe and Oftec are the watchdogs for gas and oil respectively, and collectively work along side the Building Regulations and local authorities to ensure gas and oil appliances are installed safely and to the required standard. They also help to stamp out any rogue or poorly trained engineers. more...