We deliver over 200,000 cyclical safety checks every year on heating systems up and down the country.
Our expert team of heating engineers work with clients across the country to keep their tenants safe in the knowledge that their home heating systems are safe to use and working efficiently, whilst providing Landlord Gas Safety Records (LGSR), Electrical Installations Condition Reports (EICR) and other compliance certification to document legal compliance.
Landlord gas safety records completed in 2022-23
Air source heat pump services completed in 2022-23
Oil & solid fuel safety checks completed in 2022-23
Working with over 60 clients, 100% of certificates audited and checked by Corgi – The Compliance Workbook
Heating & Compliance Net promoter Score in 2022-23
EICR safety checks completed in 2022-23
You can be confident that your cyclical safety checks are in safe hands with Liberty. This service if fully covered by:
Liberty delivers the full range of cyclical safety checks no matter what fuel type the heating system uses. We’re experts in safety and compliance for gas, oil, solid fuel, electrical, LPG and solar heating and hot water systems.
Landlords in the UK have legal obligations to ensure that the mechanical and electrical systems in the homes they rent out are safe to use. Over time, little things go wrong, so it’s important to have frequent checks by qualified engineers on all heating systems to ensure that the systems are maintained in tip-top condition.
Once the safety check is completed, Liberty provide an audited certificate, such as an LGSR or EICR depending on the fuel type, which lets you and your tenant know that the systems have been checked and are working as they should be.
When regular cyclical checks take place the chances of serious issues being identified is greatly reduced, but when our engineers do pick something up we’ll make sure the system is safe and, depending on the contract we have in place with you, we’ll implement the repairs needed, or seek approval to do so.
Unfortunately, Liberty cannot service your heating system if you are a homeowner. Our service covers residents who live in social housing where the housing provider has contracted us to complete services on their behalf.