If you're a home owner, whether it be a house, flat or maisonette, you are responsible for taking care of your gas appliances and making sure they're in full working order.
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We want to make it as easy as possible for you to take care of your gas appliances and to keep you and your neighbours safe. We're happy to offer our leaseholders our HomeSafe Gas maintenance plan, which includes a range of service plan options at competative prices.
If you choose to join our scheme, you can benefit from:
- Servicing, repair and maintenance of your gas appliances at a competitive rate
- Servicing your cooker free of charge
- If you have a boiler and an additional gas appliance we can offer you a reduced cost for the servicing of your additional applicance
- Servicing and repairs carried out by our qualified and specialist gas engineers
- 24 hour repair service if you have a plan which covers repairs and maintenance
- Gas Safety record or documentation provided after every visit
Regular servicing of your gas appliance will:
- Help to keep you and your family safe
- Reduce the likelihood of your appliance breaking down
- Ensure it operates safely and efficiently
- Help to reduce running costs
- Give you peace of mind
Our HomeSafe Gas plan offers the following options:
|Service Plan||Landlord's safety check report||Gas safety check||Service||Unlimited repairs
(inc. parts and labour)
|Central heating service and repairs||Price
*If you have any of our B plans and have additional gas appliances, we can service this under our A2 plan for just £19.82 rather than £53.76 per appliance. Additional gas applicances can include a gas fire and/or gas heater.
Download the full terms and conditions:
Please note: At Wolverhampton Homes, our prime concern is the health and safety of our tenants and residents. For this reason we encourage you, in accordance with your lease, to ensure that your gas appliances are serviced at least once every 12 months. In addition, if you are a landlord, under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulation 1998 you are legally obliged to have your gas appliances checked each year.
To find out more about how to stay safe read our gas safety page.
- Last Updated: Monday, 28 October 2019 15:49