What to look for…
When choosing a gas engineer in Gillingham, you want to ensure you are getting the very best service possible. So, how do you do just that?
Well there are various things to look for such as:
- checking qualifications
- checking the engineer is Gas Safe registered
- knowing how much experience they have
- using trade sites
Most gas safe engineers will proudly display their qualifications and training centre on their website.
Knowing where your engineer carried out their training will help to give you peace of mind. You can check the training centre and also check the engineers credentials.
At Super Trade Services, our engineers studied at either Logic Training or Able Skills. Both training schools are well established and are certified with Gas Safe, City & Guilds, OFTEC, GEM and many other industry bodies.
When choosing a gas engineer in Gillingham, you will receive the very best knowledge, experience and service from the team at Super Trade Services.
Gas Engineers all need to learn from somewhere. We understand this and we hope you do too. Providing a gas engineer has their qualifications and has completed their portfolio, you can be assured they have completed various training in all aspects of gas and gas safety.
Super Trade Services is set apart from other service providers in that our engineers have been in the job for many years.
Gas Safe Registered?
The Gas Safe Register is the only official gas registration body of gas businesses and engineers. The body covers the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsy. Any gas person or business must by law be on the Gas Safe Register.
If a gas engineer cannot provide their Gas Safe registration details, then something may be untoward. For this reason, we would advise against proceeding with their service any further.
The gas engineer or gas business will have to register and in doing so will have to upload various important documents. There is a strict criteria for all gas engineers to meet when they register to become members of trade sites.
This criteria includes sending the trade site all qualifications and sending through public liability insurance documents. It also includes completing an ID check, having references checked (usually the training centre acts as a reference). As well as completing an interview.