Electrical Safety Check

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Why Have An Electrical Safety Check ?

Why Have An Electrical Safety Check? Most of us take electricity in our homes for granted. The cables run inside the walls, and fuse boxes are often hidden away, making it easy to forget that electrical systems do need checking periodically. Cables, switches, socket-outlets, and other accessories deteriorate with use and misuse. There are several signs to look out for that indicate the age of your electrical system:

What to look for?

  • Cables coated in black rubber – black rubber was phased out in the 1960’s. Cables coated in lead or fabric are even older. Modern cables use PVc insulation.
  • A fusebox with a wooden back, cast iron switches, a haphazard mixture of circuit boxes.
  • Older round pin sockets and round light switches, braided flex hanging from ceiling roses to light fittings, black switches,or sockets mounted in skirting boards.
  • Wall mounted light switches in bathrooms.
  • There are special requirements for electrical installations in bathrooms, so it is essential to check whether your bathroom meets them.

Old style fuseboards such as these can be found in many older properties and do need updating to the latest metal consumer units complete with the latest MCB and RCD protection.

How can we help?

We  can provide you with an electrical safety check covering the following areas:

  • Fuse Board
  • Socket Circuits
  • Lighting Circuits
  • Cooker Circuit
  • Garage & Out Buildings
  • Electric Heating
  • Mains Earthing to Gas Supply
  • Mains Earthing To Water Supply

At the end of the check our electrician will provide you with the report and will discuss the results.

Hopefully everything will be alright but if not don’t worry our electrician will discuss with you what areas would benefit from improvement and what it may cost to rectify.

Why choose us?

  • Up to 5 years of no charge call outs on all of our work*
  • Free Helpline
  • Electricians Work Independently Warranted
  • Highly Qualified Electricians
  • Genuine Care for your Property
  • Electricians authorised to Self Certify under Part P of Building Regulations

Electrical Safety Check

What Does it Cover?

The check covers all areas of a domestic electrical installation from the consumer unit and earthing system, to the sockets, switches and light fittings.

A complete Check with full explanation

Our electricians will always take the time to fully explain the results of the check in plain and easy to understand language.

Your safety and peace of mind

Our aim is to ensure that you, the homeowner, are better informed, and most importantly, safer.

To apply for your Electrical Safety Check

*Available on request.