We understand that there is always a worry when hiring a plumber that they may not be gas safe. For your peace of mind all of our engineers are NICEIC & Gas Safe registered, ensuring that all operational and safety standards are met consistently and effectively. But how do you find a local gas safe plumber in your area?

Here are a few tips to ensure that you’re always choosing the best local gas safe plumber every time:

Ask Your Neighbours:

Firstly, utilise the power of word of mouth and ask around to friends and family about the plumber they use in your area. Are their plumbers people you can trust? Do they clean up once they’ve completed the work? If you’re still unsure, you could always call the plumbers up and ask to meet them to discuss the work you need done. We are always happy to visit our customers if you are unsure about anything. If you’re looking for a friendly local gas safe plumber, we offer gas safe plumbing solutions around Essex and London.

Gas Safe Register:

Anyone who works with gas has to ensure that they are registered with Gas Safe. Use the register to input your postcode and you will be given details on a few local plumbers near you that are Gas Safe registered. We offer our gas safe services in, but not restricted to, the following areas around Essex: Loughton, Enfield, Barnet, Potters Bar, Romford, Hornchurch, Epping, Ilford, Chigwell, Waltham Cross and Barking.

Trade Websites:

Websites like check a trader will offer you great insight into local gas safe plumbers in your area. These websites usually vet the companies that apply to be featured on there, so you can be sure that they are a legitimate and safe company to use. Trade sites also check with the gas register if their services include working with gas.

Gas Safe Card:

There are a couple of things you can do once you have found a plumber near you. On arrival ask to see their gas safe card. The gas safe card will tell you everything that the engineer is allowed to work on. For example, it should say on the back of the card everything that the plumber is qualified to work on. If you are looking to have a new boiler fitted, check the back of the card to ensure that they are qualified to work with boilers.

For your safety and security, CES Reactive engineers are all gas safe registered and work in compliance with NICEIC requirements, providing electrical testing on completion of all electrical work carried out to ensure that everything is installed to the highest standard.

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