Based in Isleworth and providing a range of electrical services to Twickenham, Richmond, Kew and the surrounding areas.
What we can do:
- Complete Rewires
- Home Safety Inspections
- Consumer Units Upgrades (Fuse Board)
- New Installations
- Garden Lighting
- Security Lighting
- Door Bells & Intercoms
- Additional Lighting
- TV & Phone Outlets
- Additional Sockets
- Power to Outbuildings
If you would like a quotation please call us today, or complete the enquiry form
We appreciate that your time is valuable and therefore we are happy to offer FREE out-of-hours and weekend quotation visits. For Estate Agents, Letting Agents and Landlords, we offer a full electrical maintenance service. For more information call us today on 0203 292 1393
We carry out all types of electrical safety testing for homeowners, landlords, letting agents throughout Isleworth, Twickenham, Richmond, Kew and the surrounding areas. All instructions are tested to meet BS 7671 requirements for electrical installations (IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition). If you like some advice on testing and what your situation requires call Guj on 0203 292 1393.
Have you had your electrics tested in the last 10 years?
It is recommended that you have your electrics tested at least every 10 years, more often for rented accommodation. If you have not then we recommend you have them tested ASAP to see if you or your tenants are at risk of electric shock or fire.
What is periodic testing?
Periodic Testing will:
- Reveal whether any of your electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
- Find any shock risks and fire hazards in your electrical installation
- Identify any defective DIY work
- Highlight any lack of earthing or bonding
- Identify any circuits that need R.C.D protection
What do you receive after the testing?
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 BS 7671 and they are coded as below to help you understand how urgent the remedial work is.
1. Code 1: Danger Present (Risk of injury immediate action required)
2. Code 2: Potentially Dangerous (Urgent action required)
3. Code 3: Improvement recommended
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