Fire Safety Electrical Inspection
A spark from faulty electrical items and wiring can lead to a fire. Most electrical faults can be detected just by looking look for:
- Exposed wiring and damage to cables. Especially close to the plug
- Damage to the actual plug.
- Signs that the plug has overheated like melted or deformed plastic and burn marks
- Detected during annual Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
If you notice any of these, then have a qualified electrician take a further look. Never ignore the problem or try to figure it out yourself.
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Fire Alarm Testing
Fire alarm testing should be carried out twice a year according to the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Our engineers carry out fire alarm testing in line with the latest UK regulations and make sure you’re compliant, as well as covered for insurance. They provide all necessary certification at the end of the service.
We will carry out your fire alarm testing even if we didn’t install your fire alarm, we can service all types, makes and models. These include all conventional or wireless fire alarm systems. Our expert engineers will deliver a service, unlike anything you have received before. Professional, friendly service and with as little delay to your working day as possible.
Emergency lighting is lighting for any emergency situation where the main power supply is cut and any standard lighting fails. The loss of mains electricity can be a stressful event and is often an indication of a fire or a power cut. This may lead to sudden darkness and a danger to the occupants, as evacuation from a building in complete darkness can be very stressful and dangerous.
Emergency lighting should normally operate fully automatically and give off enough light to enable all occupants in the premise to evacuate safely.
Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the examination of electrical equipment and appliances to ensure they are safe. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but some defects can only be found by testing. PAT Testing helps prevent injuries and death from electrical equipment by ensuring they are safe for the working environment. Our expert engineers will come on site and complete this with minimum disruption to your working day.