Testing and Inspection

It is recommended that your electrical installation is tested and inspected at least every 5 years, or at the change of occupancy. A periodic Inspection (also referred to as an Electrical Installation Condition Report or 'EICR') is a complete and comprehensive inspection and test of the premises' electrical installation to ensure that is safe and suitable for continued service.

A minor works certificate is issued after the testing and inspection of a job that is classified as a 'minor work' under Part P. If you have recently had work completed by another company (either electrical or not) and believe you should have been issued a minor works certificate but weren't, please contact us to discuss your concerns. We are able to test and inspect the work that is causing you concern and verify if it is safe for continued service or if the work is non compliant and needs remedial action.

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Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing) is the process of testing portable appliances to ensure that they are safe for continued service. PAT Testing is not a legal requirement however it is the cheapest and most comprehensive way to satisfy the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 in respect of ensuring the appliances are safe and electrically sound. PAT Testing is not just for commercial premises, it is advised to have the appliances in your house tested at least every two - four years to ensure continued safety of you and those around you. It is not a requirement to place a sticker on each plug for a domestic premises, we produce a report and a schedule of results which in turn verifys the safety of your appliances.

If you require our testing and inspection services please contact us via the 'Get a quote' button at the top of the page.