Are you looking for a gas safety inspection in Kensington? Zest Property Services can help you, we have an experienced and certified team of gas safety engineers in Kensington, London. With many years of experience, our team can be trusted to provide reliable Gas Safe services. We would happily welcome the opportunity to provide you with a quote for a gas safety inspection as well as provide other commercial and domestic services in the Kensington and the surrounding areas of London.
Trying to find a gas safety engineer in Kensington can be difficult. Who do you use? Can the company do the job proficiently? Are they trustworthy?
At Zest Property Maintenance Services we aim to exceed your expectations. Our gas safety engineers are fully qualified and have the necessary accreditations to carry out the job safely and efficiently.
We have been serving Kensington and the London community for over 10 years and have doubled in size in the last 2 years. Our experienced team is Gas Safe registered and is ready to servicing your Gas Safe requirements.
What is a Gas Safe registered engineer?
Using a Gas Safe registered engineer is the only way to make sure your gas appliances are safe. A registered gas safety engineer will have been tested to make sure that they are competent to work safely with gas and will abide by the legal restrictions to keep people safe.
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Credit: PA Youth climate activists have "occupied" London's Science Museum in protest at its sponsorship deals with fossil fuel companies. Members of the London branch of the UK Student Climate ...
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