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Inspection & Testing

MaFaZa Electrical Services

Safety & Competence

NAPIT Registered Contractor

Helping keep your business safe and compliant with electrical legislation.

Mafaza Electrical Services offer a reliable and affordable service. Our experienced and qualified electricians are on hand to carry out fixed electrical wire testing also known as Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR).

Comprehensive & Tailored Inspections

It involves testing the electrical installation and equipment to ensure that it is not defective or damaged, installed to British Standard BS 7671, working correctly and safe for continued usage.

It covers all of the electrical wiring in a building and includes distribution boards, lighting, socket outlets other fixed equipment and plant.

The test looks for ageing, corrosion, damage, overheating, excessive use, wear and tear.

Types of Tests & Inspections:

Common Questions & Answers

A periodic inspection is an inspection and associated testing which checks if an electrical installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service. Once carried out, an Electrical Installation Condition report (EIC) is issued detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any non-compliances with the current safety standards.

Electrical inspection and testing should only be carried out by electrically competent, qualified electricians. All of our testing engineers at Mafaza Services are trained to City & Guilds 2395 Inspection and Testing level.

The average estimated time to undertake an EICR is approximately 4 hours depending on the size of your property and the number of circuits.

EICR’s are for any buildings or premises which have electrical Installations. They are used by business owners, homeowners, landlords and authorities which manage a variety of public buildings, such as schools, churches and leisure centres etc. More often than not an EICR is requested as documented proof that the on-site electrics are safe.

PAT or Portable Appliance Testing is testing of any hand held electrical appliances that can be moved and connected to an electric supply via a plug and socket (e.g. computers, printers, kettles etc). Once our engineers have carried out a PAT test, you will be given a certificate for confirmation.

Any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury must be maintained in a safe condition. If you are a business owner, landlord, equipment user, or manager of a premises it is recommended that you should have PAT testing.

It is best practice for all portable appliances to be PAT tested annually (it is common for most insures to make this a requirement). We recommend annual testing as it will help you maintain high standards of electrical safety within your building.

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