Last year I ripped out the two existing boilers in our house and replaced them with a very nice Worcester Bosch Condensing Combi. I followed every single peice of documentation I could find on correct fitting and comissioning procedures, flushed the system no end, replaced yards of dodgy pipe work, etc etc. I hired a flue gas analyser and also a gas leak detector and tested every last damn component that I may have touched. Ensured the flue was in a location that obeyed every rule and procedure, including the ones that are merely 'advised'.
Basically, I made sure I did the job that a complete anal retentive would have done, for peice of mind, and of course, for the satisfaction of a job well done.
So, to the question. I know that self installed gas appliances a fine if they're for my own use in my own home, but, what do I need to be aware of as and when I come to sell this property? Do I need to pay the Corgi man for an inspection and certificate? And if so, is it likely to be a royal pain in the posterior?
I don't plan to sell the place for quite some time yet, but even so, it's nice to know and be prepared.
Thanks for any and all response