Testing Inspection and Electrical Reports

The Power Service Chesterfield are experts in electrical testing in both domestic and commercial property - to ensure that the fixed wiring is in good working and safe order.

With the introduction of Part P in 2005 and the 17th edition in 2008 there are many new rules and regulations to abide by to increase the safety of electricity in the home and workplace. An up to date installation certificate will naturally offer you peace of mind.

Our fully qualified electricians carry out a wide range of electrical testing services as you can see below. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.


Electrical Testing: Periodic Inspection Report

A periodic inspection will test the state of electrical wiring, and the safety of electrical installation. It will test, for example, equipment that is overloaded or if there are any potential electric shock risks in the installation. In commercial buildings, a periodic inspection report should be carried out over 5 years.

At a convenient time for you, one of our fully qualified electricians will carry out the inspection to the highest standards, not only will we be able to offer you an NICEIC certificate, but also advice for the frequency and extent of future tests, recommendations for any remedial measures required but above all, peace of mind.

This testing can be carried out in either the home or the work place. The periodic inspection report is also known as a landlord safety certificate or a PIR.


Electrical Testing: Landlords Certificate

The Landlords certificate is a periodic inspection that checks the electrical safety of a property. Following the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, Landlords are obliged to keep in repair and proper working order the installations for water, gas and electricity supplies.


Electrical Testing: Home buyers Certificate

The home buyers or pre-purchased electrical testing is also a periodic inspection. It gives you the peace of mind that the property you are purchasing is electrically sound, similar to a general survey, but in more detail of the electrical system.