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Minor Electrical Installation Works or Domestic Electrical Installation Certificates

A safety certificate used when only an addition or alteration is made to an electrical installation.

This can only be carried out by a registered electrician

Electrical Installation Condition Report

A report on the condition of an existing electrical installation. Containing an overall assessment of the safety of the installation, observations on its condition, and a number of recommendations (in order of priority) for actions, if any required, to restore the installation to a satisfactory condition for continued service.

We are able to offer you a full Inspection and Test service with minimum disruption and issue all relevant certification.

This can only be carried out by a registered electrician.

Electrical Installation Testing

A safety certificate issued on completion of a new electrical installation, or changes to an existing electrical installation. The certificate confirms that the installation had been designed, built, inspected and tested to the British Standard of BS7671.

This can only be carried out by a registered electrician.

Emergency Lighting and Fire Alarm Commissioning and Testing

In accordance with the requirements of BS5266 and BS5839 all emergency lighting and fire alarm systems should be periodically tested and inspected to ensure that all luminaries and fire equipment operate and are positioned (including signage) correctly, we can offer you a comprehensive testing service where we will issue you with all relevant certification and log sheets to keep you informed of any necessary repairs/replacements required. Ensuring you are always in compliance with the current statutory legal requirements.

This activity can only be carried out by a registered electrician.

Portable Appliance Testing

This is a system of formal, recorded visual checks and combined inspection and testing using a PAT testing meter. This is usually carried out on any equipment which has a plug, whether or not it is portable. (Portable handheld equipment is likely to need more frequent PAT testing than equipment which tends to stay in the same place)

Electrical equipment – Includes anything used, intended to be used or installed for use, to generate, provide, transmit, transform, rectify, convert, conduct, distribute, control, store, measure or use electrical energy. It includes every type of electrical equipment.

We are able to offer you a competitive rate for all your appliances and issue all relevant certificates.

Part “P”

As we are registered members of the Part “P” competent persons scheme we are able to certify all works undertaken by us and issue you with the relevant certification, please see our section on Part “P” for a more detailed explanation.

As members of the NICEIC and Part “P” Competent Person Scheme we are able to offer you a full service of all the above Inspections and Testing and issue all relevant certification meeting the current British Standards.