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When Searching For a Gas Engineer It Has To Be Gas Safety First

There are few things in life as important as staying safe in your home environment, especially where there are children and older people present. Sometimes you will have to make decisions that have significant safety implications and a good example of such a decision would be the selection of a gas engineer.

Northampton residents are fortunate in that they live in an area that is well served by locally based specialist plumbers, electricians and gas engineers.

Gas can be, as most people know, a dangerous thing, especially if it is not used properly. There is always a concern therefore that the person carrying out gas installation work or performing maintenance to gas appliances, is properly qualified to do so.

Most homeowners will remember that the gas industry and gas engineers used to be regulated by a safety scheme known as Corgi. When searching for a gas engineer most people would know to look for the Corgi logo when selecting an engineer to do the job. If, however, you were to look for that logo now you would fail to find it because the Corgi scheme has been replaced by one with a far less interesting name, “Gas Safe”.

Nonetheless, Gas Safe accreditation is what you should be looking for when selecting a gas engineer to work anywhere near your home, or anywhere else for that matter.

So, if you find yourself facing a heating boiler meltdown or a gas fire that has given up the ghost, get yourself onto Google and enter gas engineer in Northampton into the search box.

Once you press return or click the search button, you will be presented with a plethora of results that will link you to the websites of; yes you’ve guessed it, gas engineers in the Northampton area.

Not only that, but Google’s clever map system will also kick in and show you the location of some suitable candidates nearby.

Remember to look for the Gas Safe accreditation before making a selection.

If you’re buying a pair of shoes or a DVD then you can afford to take a few risks but gas is potentially dangerous so this is one buying decision that you should try to get right.

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