Office: 01908 520 004
Mobile: 07961 317 801 or 07884 007 077

Periodic Inspection/Electrical Installation Condition Reports

Kent Electrical Contracting are fully qualified to City & Guilds 2391 fixed wiring inspection and testing. All electrical installations at some point have to have a periodic inspection so the condition of the installation can be assessed.

Having a Periodic Inspection Report compiled is a requirement of BS7671 and in the long run can save you money, your home, your business or even someone’s life. A faulty electrical installation can cause fire to your property or even electrocution.

Many people do not realise that most buildings insurance companies stipulate that your electrical system must be looked after and maintained in order for your insurance policy to be valid.

Kent Electrical Contracting can carry out a Periodic Inspection/Electrical Condition Report on your home or business and advise you on how to maintain your electrical system in the future to keep it safe and in good condition. We can usually issue on the same day a PIR/EICR Certificate for home owners, landlords and small businesses, depending on the size of the premises. Larger businesses require a visual survey to assess how long the inspecting and testing will take.

If you are concerned about your electrical installation, do not hesitate,
call us today on 01908 520 004 for a free consultation and site survey

Portable Appliance Test

At Kent Electrical Contracting our electricians provide PAT:
Portable Appliance Testing services. PAT testing involves a visual and electronic test on all portable equipment within the workplace or building and determines whether or not the appliance is safe to use.

This is a Health & Safety requirement.

How often should I have a PAT test?

Frequency of testing depends on the type of equipment and the environment in which it is used. Contact us today and we’d be happy to assess your electrical appliances.

We provide PAT Testing throughout the UK as well as just locally in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.