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    Gas safe cert

    Hi all,
    Some advice needed asap.
    Had a new condensing combi boiler installed. Old tank system removed. Was done by a gase safe registered installer. Asked him if my landlord gas certificate was ok or do I need a new one as work has been carried out....he says 'No', he just needs to inform Gas Safe about the work.
    The guy who did the landlord Gas Safe inspection 6 months ago says 'Yes' I DO need a new certificate !!!!! Who's right ?????
    Thanks from 'confused dot com' .....

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    Originally posted by shirleyb View Post
    Hi all,
    Some advice needed asap.
    Had a new condensing combi boiler installed. Old tank system removed. Was done by a gase safe registered installer. Asked him if my landlord gas certificate was ok or do I need a new one as work has been carried out....he says 'No', he just needs to inform Gas Safe about the work.
    The guy who did the landlord Gas Safe inspection 6 months ago says 'Yes' I DO need a new certificate !!!!! Who's right ?????
    Thanks from 'confused dot com' .....
    Hi

    The installer is correct. If the new boiler was fitted correctly then no certificate is needed in the first 12 months.

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      Thanks Preston appreciate reply

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