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Accreditations – Gas Safe Engineers and much more…

We have a team of 3 Gas Safe Engineers who are committed to providing a safe service and protecting your property. We take pride in being a Gas Safe registered business, ensuring the highest level of safety and expertise in all our gas-related services. This registration is a testament to our commitment to consistently adhering to industry standards and providing our clients with reliable, professional gas solutions.

What is the Gas Safe Register?

Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI as the single gas registration body in Great Britain and Isle of Man on 1 April 2009 and Northern Ireland and Guernsey on 1 April 2010. It is the only official gas registration body, and by law, all gas businesses must be on the Gas Safe Register.

A Gas Safe engineer can only be associated with a gas safe registered business and be issued with a license to carry out gas work on behalf of that business if they hold a valid and current qualification. This license only relates to matters of gas safety and is obtained by each engineer through a recognised route of training and assessment.

Gas Safe Register Importance

A gas safe registered business is only given registration based on having at least one Gas Safe engineer. The Gas Safe Register is not a membership body or trade association.

Being a Gas Safe engineer is not just a membership title or part of a trade association–it is an essential qualification demonstrating that the engineer has undergone a recognised route of training and assessment and is competent to ensure gas safety.

Being Gas Safe Registered also means you have a hand in protecting consumers from counterfeit or incompetent gas work. Gas safety checks, fitting a gas appliance, or carrying out any other gas-related work without Gas Safe registration is illegal. The one who did the gas work and the person who verified it would be legally responsible.

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What is the Role of the Gas Safe Register?

The Gas Safe Register is tasked with important responsibilities designed to protect the public from unsafe gas work. Here’s a deeper look at how it achieves its mission:

National Investigations Team: The Gas Safe Register proactively maintains a vigilant national investigations team. This dedicated team diligently tracks and takes action against illegal gas workers, ensuring that unauthorised practitioners are regulated effectively.

Regular Inspections of Gas Safe Registered Engineers: Besides initial certification, the Gas Safe Register ensures engineers’ continued proficiency and credibility through regular checks.

Educating Consumers and Raising Awareness of Gas Safety: The Gas Safe Register strives to keep the public informed on the significance of gas safety. They spearhead educational campaigns, organise seminars, provide informative materials, and ensure the public understands the risks associated with uncertified gas work.

Investigating Reports of Unsafe Gas Work: Gas Safe Register’s role extends to investigating reports of unsafe gas work. Using industry experts, they analyse and address complaints about substandard gas work swiftly and effectively.

Through these means, the Gas Safe Register plays a crucial role in setting the standard for gas safety in the heating and plumbing industry, thus assuring the wellbeing of the consumers and the integrity of the industry.

Our Gas Safe engineers all carry an official ID card, and check a business or individual using the business name, engineer name or ID number on the Gas Safe register. You can also contact the Gas Safe Register by phone: 0800 408 5500.

In addition to Gas Safe, we are also Members of the APHC and FSB.


What is the APHC?

APHC is the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors and is a not-for-profit trade body for the plumbing and heating industry in England and Wales. The APHC represents all sizes of plumbing companies, ranging from sole traders to large organisations.

What does the APHC do?

The APHC helps plumbers and heating contractors to run success businesses and works to ensure that consumers receive high standards of workmanship and service.

Through close work with key stakeholders such as Government, Local Authorities, Training Bodies and Consumer Organisations, the APHC helps ensure that the plumbing and heating industry is promoted properly, and its registered contractors are represented fairly.

The APHC also encourages training and best practice within the industry, providing you the consumer with reassurance of a quality service and workmanship.


What is the FSB?

The FSB, or Federation of Small Businesses works to support small and medium sized businesses across the UK. It is a member-led, not-for-profit and non-party political organisation that lobbies local and national government on behalf of small business and the self-employed.

The FSB also offers a range of benefits including advice on tax, legal, health and safety and HR matters, access to employee benefits, local network groups and business banking.  

For Amber Heating Solutions, FSB membership helps us to run our business more efficiently and provide a better level of service to both our staff and customers.

Gas Emergencies

To report a gas or carbon monoxide emegency, call 0800 111 999.

Why choose Amber Heating Solutions?

Our Gas Safe Engineers have been providing reliable local plumbing and heating services for over 28 years.

With all our services, you can rest assured that the work we carry out is to the highest quality. We will always supply a free, no obligation quote before carrying out any work, and our pricing is completely transparent. There will be no hidden charges and your plumbing problems solved!

All our work is backed up by our one year workmanship guarantee. Customer satisfaction is our highest priority and we always aim to provide a high quality service at competitive prices. Many of our clients find us through recommendations and word of mouth and we’re proud of the reputation we’ve developed. Read our customer reviews on Facebook or Google for honest opinions of our customer service.

Contact Us

If you have a problem with your central heating or plumbing or looking to improve your home, we are here to help. No job too big or too small!

For more information or to make an appointment, contact us on 01502 719726 or get in touch via our online form.