All electrical installations become worn over time and can become unsafe and dangerous as a result. Due to this reason, they should be inspected periodically, checking for unsafe or unsatisfactory conditions. At MacLaren, we carry out up to date electrical inspections. Upon completion of an electrical inspection, an Electrical Condition Report (EICR) is issued to the property owner by Maclaren Electrical Services Ltd.
At MES, we pride ourselves on providing up to date and professional electrical inspections. When conducting our tests, we ensure that all electrical circuits and equipment are not under the stress of any overloads.
We also look for any areas where earthing or bonding is not present. By checking for these hazards, we can identify any potential shock and fire hazards. Furthermore, we can detect any defective electrical installations and test that equipment is safe.
We can also provide a schedule of circuits. We aim to keep you, and anyone else on your property safe, by reducing the risk of injury or electrical fire at your workplace.
It is important that electrical inspections are carried out periodically. The IEE recommend the following maximum periods of time between inspections and testing:
– Commercial Installations – 5 years or change of occupancy
– Industrial Installations – 3 years
– Offices, shops & laboratories – 5 years
By conducting these tests regularly, you can rest assured that you will not be faced with electrical fires or injuries.
Yes, there are events which should trigger electrical inspections. Typically, these are:
– When a moving into a new work premises
– Before selling or buying premises.
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Made by the Blue Sword team. Maclaren Electrical Services Ltd is fully insured and have the following cover: Public Liability : £5,000,000 & Employers Liability : £10,000,000