Electrical and PAT Testing

Whether in the home of the workplace, electrical safety is paramount. That's why getting routine electrical and PAT testing of your appliances is important. At aspect.co.uk, we offer PAT testing in London with a minimum six month guarantee, so call us today on 0843 216 3645 and we'll send an NICEIC accredited electrician to your door.

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  • - No hidden charges - You don’t pay for your electrician's parking or the congestion charge
  • - You’re in control of your spend - Our electricians will inform you of any charges associated with your job up-front, and you decide on your level of spending

 

Job Type
Typical Issues

Testing & Inspections


-Periodic Inspection Reports (PIRs)
-Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
-Visual inspection reports

Emergencies - Call now

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-Leaks around lights and electrical sockets
-Blown fuse boards and RCDs
-Faulty wiring and connections

Repairs

-Tripping fuseboxes and RCDs
-Loose connections and fittings
-Broken sockets

Installations

-Rewiring, from a single circuit to a full property
-New switches and sockets
-Hot water heaters and other appliances

Pre-Purchase Surveys

-Full pre purchase surveys
-Visual pre purchase survey

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Free Estimates for Electrical and PAT Testing

When you choose aspect.co.uk for PAT testing, you'll receive a free estimate with no callout charge. Our expert electricians will then let you know how much your PAT testing will cost and put you in complete control of any decisions relating to your spend, so there are no surprises.

Periodic Inspection Reports

 A Periodic Inspection Report (PIR) is an electrical test on the condition of the electrical wiring, electrical installations and electrical connections within a property.

 All electrical installations - such as the wiring in a house - are tested against the current electrical safety standards. This report lists any faults, possible concerns, and potential problems that need further investigation. The PIR also provides a timescale for when action should be taken.

 

How much does a PIR cost?

Bedsit £195 + vat

1 Bed £220 + vat

2 Bed £240 + vat

3 Bed (or 2 bed maisonette) £260 + vat

4 Bed (or 3 bed maisonette) £280 + vat

5 Bed £320 + vat

 

 Your wiring will be subjected to various tests to verify that it is correctly connected, adequately protected and has not deteriorated beyond acceptable levels.

 The inspection will take between 3 hours (small 1 bedroom flat) to 6 hours or more for a large house with many circuits For most of the inspection the power will be switched OFF Access will be required to all sockets and switches

 

I'm a Landlord. Why do I need a Periodic Inspection Report?

 As a Landlord, it is important to ensure that all electrical appliances and fittings within the property you rent out are safe.

 However, unlike Gas Safe regulations, there is no legislation that demands you must have a electrical safety certificate. That said, should any electrical fittings or appliances within your rental property cause actual harm to the tenant, you could be held liable.

Guides by our London electricians

Our London Electrical Team

aspect.co.uk covers London and the surrounding areas. Our electrical team is over 100 strong and are familiar with all the major brands. Meet a few of a our expert electricians in London:

  • Kingston Upon Thames Electrician, Daniel Kell Daniel Kell Electrician in KT16
  • London Electrician, Max Ogorzalek Max Ogorzalek Electrician in SE9
  • London Electrician, Bradley McIlroy Bradley McIlroy Electrician in E13
  • London Electrician, Wander Melo Wander Melo Electrician in SW1