Electrical Maintenance is taking care of your electrical installation. All Electrical systems are required to be maintained by an approved contractor to ensure they are safe for continued use, the idea behind this is to reduce any downtime to your property if the system goes down.
All Electrical systems are required by law to be maintained.
We can offer many services to suit your requirements such as :
- PAT Testing
- Emergency call outs
- Condition reports on an installation
- Planned call outs
- Visual Inspection
Emergency Lighting Testing
Annual tests are needed to be carried out to ensure each lights last’s a minimum of a three-hour duration so it’s important to have this test carried out to protect yourself and other members.
We can carry out this test at a time that suits you or your business, whether it’s in or out of hours we can work around your requirements to ensure you emergency lighting is in perfect condition.
We will provide you with all the legal documentation to keep on file.
We recommend that a monthly test is carried out on your emergency lights, whilst the yearly test will show that your lights are working it is highly recommended every month the lights are tested and left to drain the batteries, this will increase the lifetime of the light fittings.
Installation Condition Reports EICR
EICR is also known as a fixed wire test / periodic inspection report
This allows you to have an understanding on the condition of the electrical installation within your premises.
This is one of the most important parts of the building maintenance that is required, we will provide you with certification showing all results, if the report is shown as unsatisfactory we will provide a list of works required / recommended in detail.
In a commercial property this test is carried out every five years to inspect 100% of the installation
To receive a satisfactory certificate you will need to comply with the codes as mentioned below
- C1 – Danger is present – risk of injury and immediate action is required
- C2 – Potential dangerous defect with the electrical system and urgent corrective work is required
- C3 – Improvement is recommended
- FI – This observation code means Further Investigation, this means the an issue found requires looking into in more depth.
Fire Alarm Servicing
Fire alarm servicing is carrying out maintenance on your system to ensure it complies with the design
A fire alarm service generally includes the following
- Checks to power supplies and batteries
- Checking the functions on the alarm panel
- Testing smoke detectors and heat detectors
- Visual inspection of equipment
- Manual call point checks