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15 Shaftsbury Avenue
Inspection & Testing to BS7671
We provide inspection and testing in domestic, commercial environments, in accordance with BS 7671 2008 Wiring Regulations - 17th Edition).
Periodic Inspection (Electrical Installation Condition Report)
All electrical installations should be inspected and tested on a regular basis. The time interval between inspections is dependant on the type of installation e.g. domestic installations may be a maximum of 10 years .The periodic inspection and test includes a thorough visual inspection looking at all aspects of the electrical installation together with extensive testing. We can inspect and test your installation and issue you with a 'Periodic Inspection Report' (Electrical Installation Condition Report)which, together with a 'Schedule of Inspections' and a 'Schedule of Tests'', will confirm that the installation is safe and 'fit for purpose' and will also identify any areas that require remedial work to satisfy the Current wiring regulations.
Electrical Work Cont
Regular inspections also need to be performed on electrical installations between Periodic Inspections, usually on an annual basis, as damage and deterioration can occur. To meet this requirement we offer a less comprehensive inspection which is limited to a visual inspection and some functional testing. This is particularly suited for rental properties where there may be an annual change of tenant.
This is a low cost option particularly suited to potential home buyers. A visual inspection of the electrical installation is carried out to determine the age of the wiring and accessories, it's general condition and compliance with current standards. If the installation is found to be generally satisfactory, a full inspection including testing of circuits can be carried out if requested by the client.
Should any problems be found, these can be costed and rectified with no additional charge for a re-test.
Electrical Work Cont
All rewires will comply with the BS7671 regulations and include new cabling and fittings, new consumer unit including MCBs and RCD. All relevant bonding to BS7671 regulations. Full certificate on completion.
• Fault finding to power and lighting circuits
• Immersion heaters
• Fuse board problems
• Low voltage lighting faults
• Blown fuses - tripping MCBs
• RCD faults
• Full rewire
• Low voltage lighting
• New shower circuits
• New cooker circuits
• Outside lights/sockets
• Additional power sockets
• Wiring of outbuildings/workshops
• New light fittings
• Upgrade of consumer units (to include RCD and MCBs)
• Updating of Earth Bonding
• Testing and Inspection
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