We are NICEIC Approved contractors as well as NICEIC Domestic Installers.

As such we can undertake Electrical Safety inspections to domestic, commercial and industrial premises.

All our certification is NICEIC issued and documentation is supplied in printed form or in environmentally friendly PDF Sealed Document, which can be saved on you computers and forwarded to the requesting party (Managing Agents, Local Authorities, London Fire Brigade etc.)

 

This is the generic term used in the letting industry for the BS7671 Periodic Inspection Report (PIR)

The PIR is, in effect, an "MOT”" for an electrical installation. As electrical installations are working systems, they develop wear and tear issues such as loose connections, loss of earthing continuity, deterioration of insulation (as result of damp) as well as damage by water, heat or rodents

Also, changes or additions to the system, by unqualified handymen, can sometimes severely affect the safety of the installation.

During the inspection, our engineers will:

  • Carry out an 84 point visual inspection
  • Carry out testing of the insulation
  • Carry out testing of the earthing quality (loop impedance)
  • Carry out testing of the polarity and continuity of the circuits

At the conclusion of the inspection, we will supply an NICEIC Periodic inspection Report, as required.

Our Chelsea Branch electricians cover Westminster, Belgravia, Pimlico SW1, Chelsea, Brompton SW3, Clapham SW4, Earl's Court SW5, Fulham, Parson's Green SW6, South Kensington SW7, South Lambeth, Nine Elms SW8, West Brompton, World's End SW10, Battersea, Clapham Junction SW11, Barnes, Castelnau SW13, Mortlake, East Sheen SW14, Putney, Roehampton SW15 as well as all areas within the M25

 

This is the generic term used in the insurance industry for the BS7671 Periodic Inspection Report (PIR)

The PIR is, in effect, an "MOT" for an electrical installation. As electrical installations are working systems, they develop wear and tear issues such as loose connections, loss of earthing continuity, decay of insulation (as result of damp) as well as damage by water, heat or rodents.

Many insurers will not provide cover to new commercial premises unless they have been checked by a qualified electrician, backed by a QA system such as the NICEIC.

During the inspection, our engineers will:

  • Carry out an 84 point visual inspection
  • Carry out testing of the insulation
  • Carry out testing of the earthing quality (loop impedance)
  • Carry out testing of the polarity and continuity of the circuits

At the conclusion of the inspection, we will supply an NICEIC Periodic inspection Report, as required. This certification is accepted by all insurance companies.

 

Electrical Safety Inspections

Electrical installations in most premises, including domestic, commercial and industrial, are not designed to withstand the effects of flooding and fire.

If any of the above occurs in premises containing an electrical system, it is highly likely that this will damage the electrical installation and impair the safety measures put in place in order to protect persons and property from the danger of electric shock and fire.

Following flooding, escape of water, heavy leaks and fires, the electrical installation must be inspected and tested in order to ensure that it still complies with BS7671 and it still safe to use.

Insurance companies normally cover the cost of this Inspection and testing after a fire or a flood/escape of water, but please check with your insurers before assuming that they do.

 

Lighting Design and Installations

BS7671 recommends that all electrical installations are inspected and tested in intervals not exceeding 10 years.

As electrical installations are working systems, they develop wear and tear issues such as loose connections, loss of earthing continuity, decay of insulation (as result of damp) as well as damage by water, heat or rodents.

Also, changes or additions to the system, by unqualified handymen, can sometimes severely affect the safety of the installation.

During the inspection, our engineers will:

  • Carry out an 84 point visual inspection
  • Carry out testing of the insulation
  • Carry out testing of the earthing quality (loop impedance)
  • Carry out testing of the polarity and continuity of the circuits

At the conclusion of the inspection, we will supply an NICEIC Periodic inspection Report, as required

 

Domestic and Commercial Installations, Chelsea London WC1

Most local authorities require Landlords to ensure that their HMO premises are inspected and tested regularly and the correct certification is obtained.

In order to satisfy this requirement, and in order to ensure that insurance cover to the premises is indeed afforded by the Insurers, a Periodic inspection Report must be undertaken at the prescribed interval

During the inspection, our engineers will:

  • Carry out an 84 point visual inspection
  • Carry out testing of the insulation
  • Carry out testing of the earthing quality (loop impedance)
  • Carry out testing of the polarity and continuity of the circuits

At the conclusion of the inspection, we will supply an NICEIC Periodic inspection Report, as required

 
 

NICEIC Approved Electrical Inspection and Testing, Landlord Electrical Inspection and Testing, Electrical Inspection and Testing following fire, Electrical Inspection and Testing following flooding or escape of water, Security Lighting installation, Fusebox repair and replace, Consumer Unit repairs, Bathroom extractor fans, Kitchen extractor fans and Hoods, Fire bags, LED Lighting, Home Cinema and Surround systems, Emergency Lighting, Fire Alarms, Computerised Lighting Controls (Lutron, Home Automation), Data Cabling, Satellite and TV distribution, HMO Inspection & Testing. Office lighting and lamp replacement.

Tower Safety Certificates Chelsea NICEIC

Heron House
Searle Close
London
SW11 4RJ

0207 167 6886
info@towersafetycertificateschelseaniceic.co.uk

 

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