We offer a testing and inspection service for homes and businesses across Sutton and Croydon. We carry out all types of electrical safety testing for homeowners, landlords, letting agents throughout Sutton, Croydon and surrounding areas. All instructions are tested to meet BS 7671 requirements for electrical installations (IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition).
If you like to book a periodic test and inspection please call 020 8914 8297. If you are unsure about the safety of your electrics and would like to discuss what could be done to check them then please call Anthony on 020 8914 8297. Your call matters to us, and we WILL respond. Wandle Electrical Services are Registered Domestic Installers, and all work carried out complies with current IET Regulations (Seventeenth Edition), is Part ‘P’ compliant, fully insured and guaranteed.
They are actually all the same thing. The correct term is an Electrical Installation Condition Report. The best way to describe them is like an MOT on your electrics. A check to make sure everything is safe for ongoing use.
It is recommended that you have your electrics tested in your own home at least every 10 years. A rental property is recommended at least every 5 year or at the start a new tenancy. Business premises are at least every 5 years with certain categories of business more often.
Homeowners: It is not a statutory requirement to get your electrics tested but there is a recommendation to get it done every 10 years. Landlords: The Landlords and Tenant Act 1985 requires that rental properties electrical installations are in good order to protect the tenant from shock or fire. An electrical installation condition report measures the installation against BS7671 and highlights any deficiencies and how urgent they are. Business Owners: The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, the Health and Safety Act 1974, The Landlord and Tenant act 1985 and the 17th Edition regulations dictate that every business has a legal obligation to carry out regular periodic inspections of their electrical installations.
It will identify if the electrical installation is safe for ongoing use. It will do the following:
A periodic testing report of 7 pages, which will grade the installation as either satisfactory or unsatisfactory for ongoing use. If the report is unsatisfactory it means remedial work is recommended to make the installation safe to use. The observations section of the report details any items that don’t comply with BS7671 and they are coded as below to help you understand how urgent the remedial work is. Code 1: Danger Present (Risk of injury immediate action required) Code 2: Potentially Dangerous (Urgent action required) Code 3: Improvement recommended FI: further investigation required In the event that the installation requires remedial work we can provide costings for this work.