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General and Emergency Heating Repair, Servicing and Installation Services – Dyno Plumbing

Gas Safe Engineers – Registered Heating Engineers

Dyno Heating (Kent) Ltd and Dyno Heating (South East) Ltd. are authorised members of Gas Safe (registration numbers: 567502 & 567182) and can provide general and emergency heating and plumbing services throughout Kent, Essex and South East London to both domestic and commercial clients.

From installing new gas boilers to servicing and repairing your existing boiler either at home or in a commercial building, our team of professional gas safe engineers will ensure the job is done in the safest and most efficient way for you!

Gas Safe Register is the official gas registration body for the United Kingdom. By law all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register, which replaced CORGI as the gas registration body in Great Britain April 2009.

Gas Safe registered – Dyno Plumbing

Are Dyno’s Plumbers and Heating Engineers Gas Safe Registered?

All gas engineers on the Gas Safe Register are legal and qualified to work on gas appliances both in a domestic or commercial environment.

Yes, all of our heating engineers and plumbers are Gas Safe Registered with a range of qualifications that enables them to carry out all types of gas work.

All our Dyno plumbers and heating engineers carry their Gas Safe Register ID cards to show what gas work they are qualified to carryout.  Make sure you ask to see this before any gas work is carried out, in any instance.

Why should I use a Gas Safe Registered Plumber or Heating Engineer?

Foremost, for safety. If someone that is not a Gas Safe engineer carries out work on your boiler or any other gas appliance in your home or commercial building, you could be risking the safety of your property and/or your family.

Without the necessary qualifications/skill requirements needed to safely install, service or repair a boiler this may result in a badly fitted gas appliance which could cause gas leaks, explosions and/or carbon monoxide poisoning, is it really worth the risk?