What we do

If you have not previously had any PAT testing carried out, we will help you approximate the number of items you have and over how many locations to provide you with an estimate. If you have had testing carried out previously, you may well have an asset list specifying the number of items and where they are. This allows us to give you a more accurate cost.

We ask that you have had your fixed electrical installation (the wiring, sockets etc within a building) checked by an electrician within the recommended period, this is usually between 3 and 5 years, depending upon the type of premises. You need to do this because the safety of many portable appliances you connect to it rely on a good earth connection. It is likely that the owner of the building will have this carried out.

Once you have decided to use us, we will schedule the testing at your convenience. Every item we test is issued an asset pass number and a 'Fail do not use' label if it fails. During the testing we like to keep in touch to make sure any dangerous or faulty items found are removed, repaired or replaced without any disruption to the business.

On completion, we will go over the report with you to help sort any safety issues and then give you a complete asset list, test report and certificates.

We are happy to work in the most cost effective way for you, so please get in touch to discuss your requirements - advice is free.

Can you rewire some sockets?

No, we only do what it says on the tin - we specialise in appliance testing, which means we have the experiance and the latest equipment to offer a professional service.

Does everything need testing?

Yes, all appliances should be tested from extension leads, laptop power suppliers to dishwashers and ovens.

Why get things tested?

The Electricity At Work Regulations 1989, The Health & Safety At Work Act 1974, and The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 put requirements on employers, employees and the self-employed to insure the safety of appliances used in the workplace. You need to ensure your electrical equipment is safe and maintained and PAT testing is the best way of ensuring this.

What appliances need testing?

All mains powered appliances. There are many types ranging from an extension lead to a built in cooker.