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With many years experience in testing electrical systems we can produce highly detailed reports for any type of property.
At a convenient time for you, our fully qualified engineers will carry out the inspection and testing which will thoroughly check the condition of the installation. Not only will we be able to offer you a NICEIC electrical certificate, but also advice for the frequency and extent of future tests, recommendations for any remedial measures required and above all, peace of mind.
We test government buildings, MOD sites, petrol and oil installations, swimming pools, tower blocks, shopping malls, council assets, utility company assets, museums, public buildings, office blocks and private homes.
We carry out the following tests:
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
- Electrical Installation Certificates (EIC)
- Landlord reports
- Home buyer certificates
- Emergency Lighting
- Fire Alarm
- Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
- Load Monitoring
An Electrical Installation Condition Report is a formal document that is provided following an assessment of the electrical installation. At a convenient time for you, one of our fully qualified engineers will carry out the inspection which will thoroughly test the condition of the installation. We will then issue you with a report on our findings.
Thermal image inspection
By detecting anomalies often invisible to the naked eye, thermal image testing allows corrective action to be taken before costly system failures occur. Thermal Imaging is the process of using a special camera designed to look only for heat by way of infra red (IR) energy waves. Potential problems can often be found due to excess heat being released by an electrical system. The cameras allow us to provide detailed images so that you can see the problem and prioritise remedial work.
Emergency light testing and maintenance
Maintaining your emergency lighting is important to ensure that lighting tubes are in full working order and that the back-up battery is capable to last the full duration required by the standards.
We survey, test and recommend changes to your emergency lighting systems to make sure that they comply with the latest regulations, including bulkhead lighting, maintained and non-maintained lighting, self-contained lighting, emergency exit signage and outdoor lighting.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition.
Our trained PAT (portable appliance testing) specialists use the latest equipment to test all your electrical appliances and then provide an unbiased report and list of your electrical assets. If any electrical equipment fails, we will notify you immediately.