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EICR & PAT Testing

We offer a range of electrical testing services, including EICR and PAT testing, for landlords, property and business owners in Exeter and across the surrounding area. Our NAPIT-certified electricians are fully qualified and equipped to carry out all the testing you need to keep your property safe. For more information, contact our team today.

Contact us for reliable residential electrical solutions from a trusted, local company.

Landlord Safety Certificates

If you’re a landlord, it is your responsibility to make sure your property is electrically safe. It is therefore important that you hire a trained professional to check all your fittings, fixtures and appliances. This minimises the risk of both fire and electric shock, keeping your tenants safe. To find out more about how to keep your property safe and legal, contact our team today.

What is an EICR?

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a certificate provided by a qualified electrician after completing a thorough inspection of all electrical fittings and fixtures in a property. The latest regulations stipulate that all rental properties now require an EICR to remain within the law. So, if you’re an existing landlord or thinking about renting out your property in the future, get in touch with us.

Your inspection will include:

For more information about our EICR services, contact our team today.

What is PAT?

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is the inspection of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure their safety. Many defects are visible, but some aren’t, so it’s always best to have your appliances checked by a certified electrician. Our team can carry out visual examinations and testing to provide a comprehensive PAT service.

How often you test your equipment depends on what it is and how dangerous it could potentially be. For example, power tools and machinery should be tested and maintained more often than lamps and kettles. For professional advice on what to test and how often, give us a call today.

Please note: unlike EICR, PAT is not a legal requirement. However, it is a legal requirement to keep your electrical equipment in a safe condition. PAT is a simple, reliable way of doing so. It is therefore widely practised and highly recommended. For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Book an EICR or PAT Test

To book an EICR or PAT test in Exeter or somewhere nearby, contact our team today.

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