Legionella UK

Residential and Commercial Legionella Risk Assessments

Competitive legionella risk assessment prices

We offer the lowest prices for Legionella Risk Assessments throughout Scotland. Contact us now, we guarantee a great price and superb service.

Profeessional Legionella Risk Assessors

Our assessors are all fully trained and hold a City & Guilds qualification in the services we provide. We have years of experience of supplying these services and hold Full PI cover.

Fastest legionella Risk Assessment turnaround

We strive to offer you the fastest turnaround times possible. We will always offer you the first available appointment and provide the service in a timely manner.

No upfront payment for legionella Risk Assessments

We only collect payment for our Legionella risk assessments once our assessors have finished their risk assessment.

Residential
Legionella Risk Assessments

New legislation means YOU as a Landlord or person in control of the premises is responsible for carrying out Risk Assessments on your residential lettings. Landlords will face very large fines or even imprisonment

Commercial
Legionella Risk Assessments

As an employer, or someone responsible for the control of premises a Legionella Risk Assessment is required if your business operates any type of water system, This can include a simple hot and cold water system serving taps

★★★★★Simon and the team have caried out Legionella risk assessments and provided property management services for our chain of hotls for 12 months. Always professional and prompt to attend!
Stuart
Glasgow
★★★★★Legionella UK are the only company I'd use for commercial Legionella Risk Assessments for my business. They always deliver on time, and get back to me quickly with the documents.
George Lamb
Aberdeen
★★★★★Used Legionella UK for legionella risk assessments on all my flats. Excellent customer service, dependable. I have no hesitation in recommending them for legionella risk assessments
Marilyn Muir
Dundee

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