Electrical Inspection & Testing
Ecosse Property Services has its own dedicated team of NICEIC certified, electrical engineers who are able to provide electrical inspection and testing services to commercial and domestic customers across Falkirk, Larbert and Stirlingshire.
Electrical inspection and testing electrical installations in the home and workplace is imperative both in terms of your legal responsibilities, and in order to protect the health and safety of your family, employees or tenants.
During our electrical inspection and testing services, our engineers work to identify existing problems, and highlight potential future issues before they become serious. We can carry out extensive recurring inspections for landlord certifications, insurance requirements and more, all ensuring that the electrical installation at your home or workplace installation is certified to British standards. We look at everything, considering all the finer details to provide you with the paperwork you need and the peace of mind you want.
PAT Electrical Inspection & Testing Services
PAT Testing is a series of visual inspections and electrical tests to verify the safety of the electrical items within your business. If you are an employer in any size of business then you are required to ensure that all electrical equipment that you provide is safe and properly maintained. Many business use PAT Testing as the preferred method to show that they are monitoring the electrical equipment within the business. Once appliances are tested and their safety verified, we provide them with an official label identifying the result and the date of the next test.
EICR Electrical Inspectio & Testing
An Electrical Installation Condition Reports, or an EICR, is a formal document that is produced following an assessment of the electrical installation within a property. While there are currently no legal requirements to have an EICR, there are many good reasons why you may want to have one for your domestic or commercial property:
- As an employer you have a responsibility for the safety of all staff, visitors and customers while they are in your premises
- As a landlord you have a responsibility to provide a safe property to your tenants
- As a homeowner, you want to ensure that you and your family are safe.
During an EICR, the consumer unit, wiring and electrical accessories are thoroughly tested and inspected for faults, deterioration and deviations from the wiring regulations. The report looks at any signs of wear and tear, how adequate the earthing and bonding is, and how well the property is protected against fire and electric shock. It will also identify any damaged electrical fittings and other areas that could be potentially dangerous.
Whether you need the formal certification that an EICR provides, or you would just like the knowledge that your home or premises are safe, then get in touch with Ecosse Property Services today for more information on our electrical inspection and testing services.