Home Services for Landlords

With over 25 years’ experience in the property services market, completing over 100,000 safety inspections per year, Heat Care UK will provide you with an efficient, knowledgeable and professional service. Our engineers are gas-safe registered and audited on a regular basis, so you can rest assured the services we provide are fully compliant.

Gas Safety Inspections

Ensure your home is safe for your tenants with a gas safety inspection. As a landlord you are responsible for ensuring all gas appliances are checked routinely. Our qualified gas safe engineers are able to provide you with your gas safety certificate within 24 hours after their visit. Find the best option for you by clicking below.


Electrical Installation Condition Report

Heat Care UK’s electrical reports can comprise of a full house wiring inspection and portable electrical appliances and all to the latest industry standards, all sent to you electronically with any recommendations. Find out what we can offer below.


PAT Testing

Eliminate possible hazards to your tenants with a routine electrical safety inspection with a qualified engineer and report sent within 24 hours. With a PAT test up to 10 appliances will be checked through visual and electronic tests. This ensures that, as a landlord, you are meeting your legal obligations and standards within your properties.


Smoke & CO Alarms

Be safe not sorry…

Our smoke alarms have a 10-year sealed lithium battery and one of these should be fitted on every floor of your property.

This is a smoke alarm with a 10-year sealed lithium battery (one per floor is required) AND a CO alarm in rooms with high-risk gas appliances. When we fit our new Aico CO alarm in your property our gas check in following years will also provide you with a full combined gas safety & CO report. Contact us today for your smoke alarm installation.

NOTE: Once you fit these lifesaving products and as they last for 10 years it is a ‘fit and forget‘ you don‘t have to worry except for the regular testing of them.


Boiler Installations

Heat Care UK provide boiler installations nationwide with an engineer local to you. We are able to provide you with a fixed quote with a range of boilers on offer to suit you. With most new boiler installs you will receive up to a 10-year warranty when annual servicing is taken out on your new boiler. 0% Finance is available to take the stress out of having to replace your boiler and we have additional boiler cover available to avoid any unwanted costs in the future.


Boiler Cover

We know how to take care of your boiler. Our excellent range of heat-care plans come with everything that you need as a landlord. You have quick and easy access to our gas-safe registered engineers who are on-call to keep your tenants hot water running and heating working all year round.


Service & Repair

To ensure your boiler is working safely and efficiently, it should be serviced as often as once a year. Not having your boiler serviced could lead to faults, higher energy bills and your warranty ending early.


Legionella Assessments

With our Legionella Risk Assessment, the properties water system is identified and risk is assessed keeping your tenants safer from contaminated water risks, with all reports sent to you direct electronically.


EPC Certificates

An Energy Performance Certificate, otherwise known as an EPC, provides an energy rating for a home. If you are a property manager or a private landlord, from 1st April 2018, all private sector rental properties must reach a minimum of “E” rating on their Energy Performance Certificate. After these dates going forward it will be illegal to rent a property which does not meet at least an “E” on its performance certificate.

This legislation affects all domestic and privately rented properties which are required by law to have an EPC carried out.

Find out more about EPC Certificates and speak to our team about organising one for your property


Need Help?

Speak to one of our team about our Landlord Services and request a price list.

Our Process

Submit your order – send your order over to orders@heatcare.co.uk.

Contact tenant – within 48 hours, we will contact the tenant to arrange the appointment.

Regular updates – once the appointment is booked, we will send you an update.

Certificate & invoice – once we have completed your order, we will email you your documentation and invoice.

Why Choose Heat Care UK

26 Years' Experience

We’ve been working in the lettings industry for over 26 years and we understand your business.

Value For Money

We know keeping costs low are a priority for you and your landlords.

Fully Accredited

We are fully accredited and compliant.

Nationwide Coverage

A wide network of engineers allow us to cover the country.

OVER 100,000

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  • Sharon Santucci
    I have used this Group for the last 10+ years and I would highly recommend them. Their service has been impeccable and their telephone manner a dream. All the staff that I have dealt with have been nothing but polite, helpful, patient and consistent. In a world where nearly every call is automated, it is so refreshing then that you get a caring and professional response and matters are dealt with effectively and swiftly. I have never had a negative experience in all the 10+ years that I have been using them and every call I have made or any issue I have had, they have always operated with the same high level of professionalism, care and success.
    Sharon Santucci
  • Louise Le Poidevin
    Always a great experience from the team. Having conducted our annual Gas Safety checks for 6 years, always consistent communication from booking to the appointment. Great care taken in carrying out the service, always cover shoes etc. Kevin even puts up with an excitable yappy dog!
    Louise Le Poidevin
  • Mika
    Very professional, quick and friendly. Highly recommend.
  • Imola
    Scheduling an appointment was difficult because of my working hours, but we made it work after many emails going back and forth, I appreciate their patience. Mike, the engineer texted me the day before the appointment and provided me with a time he would arrive. That was great as I could schedule my day around it. He was on time, did an electrical inspection, he was very respectful and friendly. A proper professional with visible knowledge and interest in his job. Good communication, punctual.
  • James Lockhart
    Happy customer - good service on both my gas and electricity services. Did what they said they would do and when they said they would do it. Will use them again.
    James Lockhart

You Have Questions, We Have Answers

We want to give you the best value for your money when it comes to taking care of your boiler. Can’t see the answer to your question. Contact us today.

Landlord’s responsibilities for a gas connection property?
As a landlord you are responsible for the safety of your tenants. Gas Safety regulations; 1998 provide full details of duties which must be carried out to ensure gas appliances, fittings and flues provided for tenants are safe for use and purpose. This Includes appliances that are within any communal area which tenants are permitted to use.

The Landlord is responsible for arranging the maintenance and repair of all provided flues, appliances and pipework, and to ensure these are carried out by a gas safe registered engineer.

You are also required to ensure an annual gas safety check is carried out within 10 to 12 months of a new appliance installation or flue. Records of these safety checks must be kept for a minimum on 2 years and these must be issued to existing tenants within 28 days of completion. Copies are to be issued to new tenants prior to them occupying the property.

Landlord Responsibilities in England

Landlord Responsibilities in Wales

Landlord Responsibilities in Scotland
Can my tenants be responsible for the gas safety of the property?
No, however your tenant has a duty not to use an appliance they believe to be dangerous. An agreement may be drawn up for an appliance or flue installed in a non-residential part of the premises, for example a shop or public house.
What happens if faults are found on annual gas safety inspections?
Gas safety checks are carried out by Gas Safety Registered engineers, and issued upon completion without delay and regardless of whether a defect has been detected. Landlords are responsible to add records of any follow up actions required, completing a full history on the property for gas safety.
What can landlords look out for in between boiler services to potentially foresee issues etc.?
This isn’t an easy question to answer.

If the boiler is inspected and serviced on a regular basis then the boiler should function without issue. If the system is a combi boiler or a pressurised system then the pressure on the gauge either on the boiler or airing cupboard when the system is cold should read approximately 1 bar. With the system operating on heating then the pressure should be a little higher but not greater than 3 bar.

If it is greater than 3 bar then the figure can be an indication that a fault is developing and that attention from a gas registered engineer is required.

Other issues to look out for are cooler hot water temperatures at hot taps, cloudy hot water and slow flow or very noisy operation of boiler (banging, hissing, boom/thump sound on boiler start up).

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