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Competitively Priced Legionella Risk Assessments for Landlords in Bath

If you require a legionella risk assessment for your tenanted property in order to comply with health and safety regulations, please either complete the below qutoation form, call us 01225 462598 or email for a free quotation.

Bath Legionella Risk Assessment

Experienced Legionella Risk Assessors Based in Bath

Our Legionella Risk Assessors all have decades of experience, relevant plumbing qualifications, are directly employed by our company and are based in Bath.


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Either email us at, call us on 01225 462598 or complete the below form for a free, no-obligation quote.

What does the law require from me?

Under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, all landlords (which includes private sector landlords, local authorities, housing associations & hostels) must ensure that tenants are not exposed to health and safety risks. The Control of Substances Hazardopus to Health Regulations 2002 states that to accomplish this, risk must be identified and assessed for hazardous substances including biological agents (such as Legionella). The L8 Approved Code of Practice has stipulated that all landlords should carry out Legionella risk assessments since its publication in 2001.

Safe Contractor

We have been deemed a 'Safe Contractor' by leading Health & Safety accreditors Santia & Alcumus for the past six years running. The award recognises our commitment to excellence in health & safety.

Bath Legionella Risk Assessment

What will the legionella risk assessor look at?

  • Assessment of cold & hot water system features and condition.
  • Temperature compliance at all outlets.
  • Presence of any dead legs in the system.
  • Assessment of existing maintenance to prevent legionnaires disease.
  • Identification of any other sources of risk.

Some of Our Bath Clients

Shortlisted for Small Business of the Year

We have been shortlisted for awards at both the 2014 and 2015 South West Built Environment Awards including SME of the year.

Proven & Trustworthy

Our operatives and work practices are closely examined each year by the below organisations. Our company is certified to provide a high standard of work.

What else can I do to help prevent Legionnaires Disease?

The Health & Safety Executive advises landlords (or anyone interested in reducing the risk of Legionella growth in their water systems) to carry out the following simple measures:

  • Flush through the water system
  • Ensure that the system is sealed from the outside so debris cannot get in; for example check the lid tightness of cold water tanks.
  • Remove any redundant pipework (often referred to as 'dead legs').
  • Ensure that water is stored at temperatures inhabitable to Legionella (cold water should be below 20 degrees celsius and hot water should be above 50 degrees celsius; ideally set to 60).