Landlord’s Safety Certificate In Edinburgh
Our dedicated team of experts specialises in delivering all safety checks and certifications to help you meet your legal obligations and provide peace of mind to you and your tenants. Whether you own a single property or a portfolio of rentals, our Edinburgh based services are tailored to your needs.
Discover how we can help you maintain safe, compliant, and hassle-free rental properties in the heart of Scotland’s capital.
To lease a long-term property in Edinburgh, you must have at minimum these certificates – EICR test, PAT testing, EPC, LRA, and CP12 (gas safety check). For HMO’s or Airbnb properties and in some cases even short-term lets leased through letting agents, additional certifications like a fire alarm test, fire risk assessment, and an emergency light testing may be necessary. Please contact us to discuss your specific needs where we can provide you a quote for what you require to get your property compliant.
Keep your Edinburgh property legally compliant and ensure it is safe by conducting mandatory EICR tests.
Portable Appliance Testing (known as PAT), is an essential aspect of health and safety in both residential and commercial settings.
Your Emergency Lighting should be tested at least once a year, if your property or business has emergency lighting.
Fire Alarm Testing
Looking for reliable and efficient fire alarm testing in Edinburgh? We are certified, insured and SELECT registered fire alarm inspectors.
Fire Extinguisher Testing
Ensure that your fire equipment meets all safety standards, we can provide same-day certificates to keep you compliant.
Gas Safety Checks
Looking for fully qualified Gas Safe engineers to provide same-day gas safety checks & certificates to ensure the safety of your property?
Understand your legal responsibilities regarding Legionella Risk Assessments and how our specialists can help you stay compliant.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
In today’s era of energy efficiency, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are essential in Scotland’s housing market.