Electrical Testing & Inspecting Nottingham
Our aim is to provide your business with a full electrical testing & inspecting solution in Nottingham so that your Company complies with electrical safety regulations. We are committed to providing a reliable and efficient service to meet your deadlines and requirements. We are here to help make sure that all your electrical installations and appliances are kept safe to use so please call us and we can taylor a solution for your business.
We carry out electrical installtion condition reports, diagnostics and fault finding on electrical systems. We use the latest testing equipment to trace faults which enables us to diagnose faults and repair quickly.
Once our engineer has carried out the inspection they will provide you with a report detailing and faults and recommendations for remedial work.
Portable Appliance Testing is the electrical safety testing of portable electrical equipment. It consists of a visual inspection and in depth electrical tests carried out. Appliances that have passed are deemed to be safe to use until the next test date. A sticker is attached to the appliance to indicate either a pass or fail and the next test date.
To ensure you keep up-to-date with your PAT testing, we will contact you when your items are due to be re-tested.
We have a specialist service designed for Landlords in order to keep their appliances safe for use by their tennents. We provide up-to-date periodic inspection reports so appliances such as cookers, dishwashers and maching machines are certified as safe.
Landlord certificates are an important part of ensuring the safety of your tennents and being able to prove that you have taken reasonable steps in doing so.
If you are a homeowener it is recommended that you have a electrical inspection (periodic inspection report) every 10 years. This ensures you are not overloading sockets or ignoring any warning signs like burning smells, sound of arching (buzzing or crackling), fuses blowing or circuit-breakers tripping.
It is important to make sure all electrical equipment in your home is maintained and used properly. You should also make sure that all electrical work is installed and repaired safely in occordance to building regulations.