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We are committed to helping and aiding our customers through the whole Testing process. We provide you with a complete package of tests and results to comply with all Health & Safety legislation. We carry out all NICEIC Inspection and Testing for Businesses and Landlords and individual clients, So if you are looking for a professional Testing service at a competitive price, we can help.

It is a requirement that electrical systems installed in places of work comply with the The Electricity At Work Regulations 1989

Is your current electrical system up to date?

Have you owned or lived in a property for more than 10 years and are unsure of the current condition of the fixed wiring system throughout the property?

If you aren't sure then get in touch with us for more expert advice


This Report is carried out to confirm as far as reasonably practicable whether or not the electrical installation is in satisfactory condition for continued service. This report should identify any damage,deterioration or defects which may give rise to Danger.


If there are any faults found during the test they are given codes C1,C2, or C3, if a C1, or C2 code is given it would mean the installation is in an unsatisfactory condition. Code C1 faults require urgent attention, code C2 faults require improvement, code C3 faults require further investigation.


What the report covers within a domestic dwelling for example as follows:


  • The adequacy of earthing and bonding.

  • The suitability of the switchgear and controlgear. For example, an old fusebox with a wooden back, cast-iron switches, or a mixture of both will need replacing.

  • The serviceability of switches, sockets and lighting fittings. Items that may need replacing include: older round-pin sockets, round light switches, cables with fabric coating hanging from ceiling roses to light fittings, black switches and sockets mounted in skirting boards.

  • The type of wiring system and its condition. For example, cables coated in black rubber were phased out in the 1960s. Likewise cables coated in lead or fabric are even older and may well need replacing (modern cables use longer-lasting pvc insulation).

  • Sockets that may be used to supply portable electrical equipment for use outdoors, making sure they are protected by a suitable residual current device (RCD).

  • The presence of adequate identification and notices.

  • The extent of any wear and tear, damage or other deterioration.

  • Any changes in the use of the premises that have led to, or may lead to, unsafe conditions

The electrical condition report should ideally be carried out as per intervals below:













Residential Accomodation


Schools / Colleges


Church Installations


Places of public entertainment


Restaurants and hotels


Public houses


Village halls / Community centres




Caravan Parks


Swimming pools


Emergency lighting


Agricultural and Horticultural


Fish Farms




1 year


1 year


1 year


1 year


Change of occupancy or 1 year


4 months


1 year


1 year


1 year


1 year


1 year


1 year


6 months


4 months


Daily / Monthly


1 Year


4 Months


Change of occupancy or 10 years


Change of occupancy or 5 years


3 years


5 years


5 years


5 years


5 years


5 years


3 years


5 years


5 years


5 years


5 years


1 year


1 year


3 years


3 years


1 year

 Other times when a periodic inspection should be carried out are:


  • When a property is being prepared for letting

  • Before selling a property or buying a previously-occupied property



This Report provides an assessment of the condition of the electrical installation of a domestic environment. The purpose of a visual inspection of a domestic electrical circuit is to determine whether the installation has any visually evident defects or has suffered any damage or deterioration which may affect safety according to BS7671 requirements.


Please be aware that while a visual inspection may reveal defects or damage which may cause electrical safety hazards, such an inspection alone cannot fully determine whether an installation is safe for continued use so a electrical condition report would be recommended.



What is PAT Testing?


Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is an important part of a company's or individual's responsibility to health and safety. This is done using a series of specialised testing procedures on your portable appliances.


Who needs PAT Testing?


Any business large or small dealing with the public is required to have their electrical equipment tested. Also included are schools, libraries, clinics, restaurants, bars, hospitals, public office organizations and individual traders like landlords, mobile hairdressers, photographers etc...


How much does PAT Testing cost?


Our rates are very competitive and for your convenience, we can also test equipment in the evenings or weekends. No matter what your business activity we can cater to your PAT Testing needs. Our current client base consists of schools, colleges, hair salons, office blocks, landlords, workshops, restaurants, and many more. So whether you have 20 or 2,000 items to PAT Test, we have the skills and resources to do it.


All of our reports,inspection and testing and Pat testing are carried out by time served personnel who are trained with City & Guilds 2360/2391 and IEE Wiring Regulations (17th Edition) qualifications.

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