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Official NICEIC Electrical Reports

All of our reports are produced using the NICEIC's reporting software, which means they're all typed up and easy to read, available in a number of different formats (including online) and detailing all you could want to know about the electrics in your property.

Bath Electrical Installation Testing

Bath Electrical Reports

Our electrical team have tested and inspected properties in every area of Bath; from Kingsmead to Twerton, Weston to Coombe Down.

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Registered to NICEIC Building Regulations

We're annually audited by the NICEIC - the UK's leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. We're registered as both a Domestic Installer and an Approved Contractor which means were qualified to test and inspect all domestic and commercial properties.

Do I need an electrical report?

Your electrics should be inspected and tested every:

  • 10 years for an owner occupied home
  • 5 years for a rented home
  • 3 years for a caravan
  • 1 year for a swimming pool
  • When buying, selling or newly letting a property.
Bath Electrical Installation Testing

What will be in my report?

Some of the most important features of an electrical condition report include:

  • If any of your electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded.
  • If there are any electrical faults or if any electrical work carried out at your property is defective.
  • If there is a lack of bonding or earthing which could cause dangerous electric shocks.
  • Tests on wiring, fixed equipment to check if they are safe.
  • A schedule of circuits which is invaluable for a property

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Shortlisted for Small Business of the Year

We have been shortlisted for awards at both the 2014 and 2015 South West Built Environment Awards including SME of the year.

Proven & Trustworthy

Our operatives and work practices are closely examined each year by the below organisations. Our company is certified to provide a high standard of work.

Who should carry out the inspection and what happens?

Periodic inspection and testing should be carried out only by electrically competent persons such as registered electricians. They will check the condition of the electrics against the UK standard for the safety of electrical installations, BS7671-Requirements for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations).

The inspection takes into account all the relevant circumstances and checks on:

  • The adequacy of earthing and bonding.
  • The suitability of switchgear and controlgear. For example an old fusebox with a wooden back, cast-iron switches, or a mixture of both will need replacing.
  • The serviceability of switches, sockets and lighting fittings. Items that may need replacing include: Older round pin sockets, round light switches, and cables with fabric coating hanging from ceiling roses to light fittings.
  • The type of wiring system and its condition. For example, cables coated in black rubber were phased out in the 1960's. Likewise cables coated in lead or fabric are even older and may need replacing (modern cables use longer lasting pvc insulation).
  • Sockets may be used to supply portable electrical equipment for use outdoors, making sure they are protected by a suitable residual current device (RCD).
  • The presence of adequate identification and notices.
  • The extent of any wear and tear, damage or other deterioration.
  • Any change in use of the premises that have led to, or may lead to, unsafe conditions.

The competent person will then issue an Electrical Condition Report detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any other non-compliances with the present day safety standards that might give rise to danger.

If any dangerous or potentially dangerous condition or conditions are found, the overall condition of the electrical installation will be declared 'unsatisfactory' meaning that remedial action is required without delay to remove the risks to those in the premises.