Electrical Services

Electrical Installations


  • Damaged Socket or lighting replacements
  • Fault Finding and Rectification
  • Energy Efficient Lighting Solutions
  • CCTV and Intruder alarm installations.
  • Heat and Smoke detector installation and replacements
  • Re-wires Part and Full
  • Outdoor electrics and garden lighting
  • Consumer unit upgrades
  • Cooker and shower installations
  • New Circuits for extensions, Garages, Sheds or loft conversions
  • 3 Phase Installations

We will take into consideration your exact electrical requirements and provide an electrical solution to meet your specific needs.

On Completion of any work, the site will be left clean and tidy. The circuits worked on will be fully tested and either a Minor Works or Electrical Installation Certificate accompanied by a Schedule of Inspections and Schedule of Tests Results. All reportable work will be notified to the building inspector via NAPIT.

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About Us

Fully Qualified to 18th Edition of BS7671 electrician with over 25 years experience. Member of NAPIT  

(Member Number 31184) and registered under the competent persons scheme as a Domestic, Industrial & Commercial Installer.  Holds 2394, 2395 level 3 Testing qualifications with a wealth of experience in completing EICR's on all installations.

We are able to complete any work up to 1000v. 

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Inspection and Testing


Guidelines for testing:

Domestic - Change of occupancy or 10 years

Landlords - Change of Occupancy to comply with your insurers requirements.

Industrial - 3 years

Offices - 5 years

Shops - 5 years

Churches - 5 years

Theatres - 3 years

Public houses - 5 years

We ensure that your electrical installations conform to the latest safety guidelines from the British Standards and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) as codified in BS 7671, Requirements for Electrical Installations.

We will arrange a site visit to test and inspect all the fixed wiring system. The test will comply with BS7671 for current legislation. 

This will comprise of a visual inspection and electrical testing. For larger Installations we will agree the sample set prior to the actual test.

On completion The Client will receive an Electrical Installation Condition report, Schedule of Inspections and Schedule of Tests Results.

Any recommendations Will be listed on the report and discussed with the client prior to leaving. 

Any remedial works can be then quoted and discussed for a further visit at the clients discretion.

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About Us

Level 3 and Part P Qualified inspection and Testing Electrician.

We offer a Full Testing Solution for all your needs, from Landlords Certificates, to Industrial Periodic Inspections. 

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PAT Testing and Initial Verification


Why is PAT Testing Important?

The Electricity at Work Regulation Requires, in Regulation (4)2, that "As may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent, so far as is reasonably practicable, such danger".

Regular inspection of equipment is an essential part of any preventative maintenance programme. The frequency of these checks should be followed from the code of practice for in-service inspection of electrical equipment.


Portable Appliance Testing is a 2 part test. Visual inspection and Electrical test. These tests can vary depending on the class of the item. 

A visual inspection is carried out to check for faults / damage to the:

• Plug Casing - (Damaged or scorch marked)

• Damage to the flex of the appliance.

• The wiring of the plug is checked to ensure connections and secure termination

• The fuse rating of the plug is checked

Electrical tests are performed depending on the class of the equipment:

• Insulation test

• Earth bond test

• Earth continuity test

• Touch leakage test

• Leakage test

• Polarity test

The Test results are Recorded and the electrical item marked accordingly with a pass or fail label. A full report will be issued containing 5 sections- Equipment Register, Visual and Inspection Test Record, Repair Register, Faulty Equipment Register and Test Equipment Record.


In most circumstances an appliance that has failed a test is easily repaired on site. Most faults occur during the visual inspection, and can usually be rectified by replacing the Plug, Fuse or Flex. We will discuss options with the client before any repairs are made.

If the item is not repairable, we will inform the client immediately and advise them to take it out of service.


There may be times when you have the skill to complete some minor Electrical work yourself, such as replacing a socket. However due to the regulations and your personal safety this MUST be Tested to ensure it is SAFE.

You may also be an electrician but not on the Competent Persons Scheme and need your work Verified, Tested and Signed off before its energised.

You may also be a big contractor looking for a Qualified Electrician with Part P, BS7671 18th Edition, Level 3 I&T and registered under the CPS.

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All charges are made on a per appliance basis depending on the total number of items to be tested and start from as little as £0.75p per item. This will be agreed prior to the testing.

There are no hidden charges - Our prices include  labelling, test reports, certificates etc. 

Repairs will also incur an additional charge but start from 50p for a fuse to £2 for flex including a moulded plug.

We also offer a fixed rate of £45.00 for less then 20 appliance tests within a 30 mile radius of Ripley. But can also include this in a deal with a landlords periodic inspection.

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