Keeping your home safe

Safety In Home

Keeping you safe is our top priority. That's why we offer a range of services to help you live safely and comfortably in your home and within your community. On this page you will find everything you need to make sure your home is safe, warm and comfortable. 

Gas Servicing

At Community Gateway we carry out yearly gas servicing and safety checks to all properties. We also carry out a service of the smoke alarms at the same time as the gas service.

As your landlord we have legal obligations to check all gas appliances in your property. These checks are important, as faulty gas appliances are dangerous. 

To keep you safe, we will arrange for your gas pipework and gas heating systems to be serviced every year. We will make sure that a record of each annual gas service is kept. We will also make sure you receive a copy of the current gas servicing record (Landlord Gas Safety Certificate).

Find out more about what our gas safety process includes, please check our Gas Servicing leaflet

Fire Safety

Your safety is our priority, and Community Gateway Association work hard to maintain the highest levels of safety in all our tenants’ homes. Fire safety in the home is extremely important. This guide looks at common causes of fire in the home, explains how to reduce fire risks and what to do in the event of a fire. Please follow this guidance to make sure that you are helping to keep yourself, your family and your neighbours safe.

Throughout the year we carry out regular checks to make sure everything is working as it should be.

Find out more about fire safety in your home by reading our guide

Damp, mould & condensation

Keeping your home free from damp and moisture helps you stay healthy and ensures that your home remains in good condition.

Damp, mould and condensation can have a big impact on your home, but in many cases they can be solved by a few simple lifestyle changes.

Everyday jobs such as cooking and doing the laundry can create lots of moisture in your home. Too much moisture can cause damp, mould and condensation.

Follow our useful tips to reduce the moisture in your home.