Electrical testing and inspection
Our team is here to support your business with all aspects of electrical testing and inspection, ensuring that your office, factory or warehouse is a safe and efficient workplace. From providing Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) for businesses and landlords, to carrying out PAT testing or inspecting your fire alarm system, we deliver reliable, professional service to every customer. Get in touch to book a site visit from one of our experienced technicians.Call us 0116 260 1749
Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)
An EICR will be issued following an in-depth inspection of your property’s electrical systems and installations. Wear and tear can cause faults to develop over time, putting your property and its inhabitants at risk. Regular checks will highlight any potential dangers and enable our technicians to recommend improvements to your electrical systems, keeping you and your business safe.
If you are a business owner, you should invest in an EICR test every five years. If you are a landlord, your property should also have an EICR test at least every five years, or when there is a change of tenancy.Start your quote
During Portable Appliance Testing, or PAT testing, we will examine electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. We do this through visual and electronic checks to verify that appliances meet the legal standards of electrical safety. Landlords and employers have a responsibility to ensure that portable electrical appliances are safe for use, with no damage or faults which could be a potential hazard.
We can carry out PAT testing on site with minimal disruption to your business, or in bulk at a specified location – whichever is more convenient for you.Call us 0116 260 1749
Fire alarm testing
As well as designing and installing fire alarm systems using products from leading manufacturers, we can provide ongoing maintenance to ensure your fire alarms continue working reliably – giving you peace of mind that your property is protected.
This includes regular inspection and testing of your system as required by BS5839, the Code of Practice for system design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings.Start your quote