Based In Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent Covering South East London, Fitout, High Level Access, Fluke DTX 8000, Auto Cad, As Built Drawings
Sevenoaks, West London, Commercial Fault Finding, Electrical Contracting, Building Refurbishment, Industrial, Design & Build, Architecht

The Energy Efficient Electricians 


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Information About Testing & Inspecting We Carry Out:


Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Domestic Electrical Testing Periodic Inspection Reports (PIR) or as it is now known Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR).

Periodic Inspection Reports or Electrical Installation Condition Reports is a detailed series of electrical tests and is to assess the safety and suitability of the fixed wiring. Time intervals that testing is required varies and is dependant upon the use of the premises. A new electrical installation within a house would normally require an electrical inspection after 10 years, But if you were a landlord and have tenants moving in and out  you may want to get it tested before a new occupant moves in and or when an occupant moves out. Commercial premises would normally be electrically tested every five years.


Landlords Electrical Safety Certificates       

The term Landlord Safety Certificate is slightly misleading. There is no actual certificate by this name. It is a Periodic Inspection Report or Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report. Again this is a detailed series of electrical tests and will establish the electrical safety of a rentable property. A full inspection should be carried out and certificated prior to the rental of any property. This should be repeated every five years. An electrical Visual Condition Report should then be conducted annually.


Visual Condition reports

Are a lesser inspection but is still an official NICEIC certificate.

A visual condition report is a set series of tests and will establish the general safety of an electrical installation. This will highlight if any broken or damaged switches, sockets etc. or if illegal modifications have been made to the wiring.

Please call today. We will be happy to discuss your needs and can give an estimate before commencing any work.


Portable Appliance Testing (PAT Testing)

The Electricity At Work Regulations, 1989 cover every kettle, fax, copier, computer, extension lead, etc., including 110V equipment, in a business or public place. In fact, if it is electrical and has a plug on it, whether it is in regular use or not, then it must be maintained safely. Portable Appliance Testing, or PAT Testing, is a common service to maintain electrical appliances.

We offer a full testing service. With asset tracking we are not only able to check all appliances to the highest standards of safety but can also keep a vital record of your assets on an annual basis.

For more information about our PAT Testing Services please give us a call today.

Image to the left: Live cables found behind socket with cut Earth and live conductors the customer had all their power trip off 2 years prior. An

electrician came and got the power back on and this is how he left it. We went there to do an EICR Inspection prior to them selling their house. The third cable was carrying the load and consequently burning out. The close up image to the right shows burnt cable & other faults that we have come across when doing routine testing. This shows the important of having your property or business place tested.