Johnston and Graham

21 Back Peebles Street
Ayr
South Ayrshire
KA8 8DT

55.4695, -4.6304

Builder

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97% recommended: 9.7/10

33 reviews since 2016


CORGI


CORGI

CORGI is best known for its operation of the GB mandatory gas scheme, which is now operated by Capita under the Gas Safe Register brand. CORGI continues to operate the mandatory scheme in Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands and has also introduced new registration schemes for trades people wishing to comply with Building Regulations. To be a member of CORGI trades people must be a member of the relevant industry’s competency scheme, such as the Gas Safe Register.



Gas Safe Register


Gas Safe Register

Gas Safe Register has replaced CORGI in Great Britain and the Isle of Man. The register exists to protect you, your family, and your property from dangerous gas work. By law, anyone carrying out work on gas installations and appliances in your home must be on the Gas Safe Register.  You can find a Gas Safe registered business in your area by entering your postcode.  Every gas safe engineer carries a Gas Safe card which verifies that they are who they say they are and which also gives details of the work they are legally allowed to undertake. Always ask to see their card.

Landlords and tenants can find advice on rights and responsibilities regarding gas appliances and gas safety when renting a property.



Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers Federation


Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers Federation

SNIPEF Licensed Plumbing Businesses are inspected on an ongoing basis, employ properly qualified and trained staff, hold Public Liability Insurance and produce an annual Financial Integrity Statement. If there is a complaint either about the cost of the work undertaken by the Licensed Business or the quality of work, these should be raised in the first instance with the Licensed Business. The Licensed Business will investigate any complaints made and take the necessary action to resolve the complaint. If contact with the Licensed Business fails to resolve the matter, then the Plumbing Licensing Board operates an independent complaints mechanism.



Trading Standards - South Ayrshire


Trading Standards - South Ayrshire

The South Ayrshire Council Trusted Trader Scheme is a local business partnership which aims to increase consumer confidence, promote good practice within local businesses and help protect people from doorstep crime.

The Scheme is a directory of local businesses that have been vetted by Trading Standards and who made a commitment to treat their customers fairly. It is based on customer experience and customer feedback. Trader members of the scheme ask their customers after a job is completed to provide feedback on what they thought of the job and the feedback is published on an independent website.

The scheme is managed and administered by Trading Standards which is a part of South Ayrshire Council.




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