Here at T&G Electrics, we pride ourselves in having a very rigorous process when it comes to testing and inspecting of electrical systems. With today’s regulation through Part P which we are approved to notify through ELECSA – Most electrical jobs undertaken come with a certification of some sort to ensure what work has been done is safe and up to current standards.
We use the very latest in multimeter technology to carry out a range of specific tests that can look at the conditions of cables and accessories plus allow us to trace faults back to a source and be able to quickly identify what and how repairs can be made if required.
All the work we carry out comes with testing and if any cabling has been added or work carried out in certain special locations then certification will always come with it too, the sorts of certification we can provide are:
Minor works certification (MWC)
Usually provided when cabling is added from existing circuits.
Electrical installation certification (EIC)
Provided with replacement consumer units, new circuits from consumer units, full rewires.
Electrical installation condition testing (EICR)
Provided when you want to asses the conditions of an electrical installation, they should be carried out every 10 years in your domestic property or 5 years in a commercial one.
Building control notification certification
Provided with any EIC certificate to show the work has been registered under Part P.
Used in 3rd party certification to state if cabling has been installed in the correct zones.
Fire alarm certification
Provided when fire alarms need to be checked upon or after installation.
Emergency lighting certification
Provided when the condition and durability of emergency lighting need testing.
Portable appliance testing (PAT)
Provided when the condition of portable appliances is required to be checked for the use of them in business or rental properties.