Our electricians are experts in their field. Our reliable and friendly team at UK Safety and Compliance attends small and large, residential and commercial projects in London and surrounding areas, and is able to provide exceptional professional service. With such a range of qualifications and specialisations ranging from PAT testing to rewiring, lighting installations to broken sockets, our electricians are well equipped to solve any electrical issue.
Every job we attend is different, which is why we work hard to deliver a tailored service that best meets your needs. Safety and quality of installation are so important to us; all of the work carried out by our fully qualified and insured electricians, complies with the IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671), allowing you to piece of mind that your electrical installations are the very best they can be.
Electrical Wiring and Rewiring
The wiring installations must be up-to-date and completed to the highest possible standard for the safety of everyone who has access to the home or commercial property. Our fully qualified engineers can quickly and easily identify the wiring problem in your home or commercial property and provide a bespoke solution that perfectly meets your requirements.
In addition to rewiring, our skilled team can quickly and efficiently install new wiring: whether you've recently extended your property or have a brand new commercial building, we can provide the best service while adhering to the most recent IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671). UK Safety and Compliance can help solve the problem by installing more sockets on your property. This means that more devices and appliances can be used without overheating or causing harm to the wire systems.
Here are a few signs that your property may be in need of rewiring:
Fuses blowing regularly
Small sparks when appliances are plugged in
Buzzing or hissing noises
How we can help with your wiring needs:
Full or part house rewires
Rewiring of commercial properties
Alterations and extensions to existing wiring
Installation of new wiring, e.g. sockets, fuse boxes, light fixtures, fire alarms and more
Repairs to wiring
Wiring for new builds
Wiring for commercial properties
Maintenance of domestic and commercial wiring
Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR services) are inspections conducted on a regular basis to certify the safety of the property's fixed wiring. The main purpose of the EICR is to survey the electrical systems in order to guarantee the safety of the residents and that they are not at risk of harm from incidents such as electric shock or fire.
A comprehensive periodic inspection (EICR) allows electrical installations to be tested; exploring the efficiency and detecting any problems; ensuring that all installations are in safe working order and in compliance.
Whilst the EICR can detect problems that our expert electricians are likely able to repair, old fittings and installations may need to be replaced
The main aims of the EICR include:
To report any significant damage or wear and tear that is a cause for concern
To certify that all of the components of the electrical installation meet the current IET wiring regulations
To identify any appliance or object that may cause harm
To provide a full report of electrical installations that are safe for use until the next inspection.
An EICR is ideal for:
Landlords renting a property to ensure the safety of tenants
Homebuyers who are moving into a property should check the electrical systems to discover if there are any issues that need to be fixed.
Employers and commercial property owners have a responsibility to ensure a safe working environment.
Fuse Board Installation and Repairs
It is always recommended that property, whether domestic or commercial, have the most up-to-date fuse box and wiring installed to guarantee the safety of the premises. By replacing or repairing the old systems, the property's safety standards are improved significantly, as is the property's energy efficiency - an updated installation can benefit the environment while also lowering bills.
UK Safety and Compliance's experienced, fully qualified, and efficient team of engineers has been installing and repairing fuse boards for over 30 years. Whether it is a small size domestic project or a large scale commercial project, our team will deliver the highest quality service in a timely, reliable, and cost-effective manner. We make every effort to assure the safety of every project on which we operate. We are confident in the quality of our work, so we guarantee it on parts supplied by us.
Here are just a few indicators that your fuse board may need replacing or repairing:
RCD trip switch
Push-button or removable circuit breakers
Ceramic fuse holders
For our dedicated team of experts, no job is too big or too small. We never try to sell our services unnecessarily; our only concern is the safety and compliance of your home or commercial property. Contact us by filling out the contact form today.
Emergency Lighting Installation, Testing and Maintenance
Emergency light testing is done to ensure that the lights work correctly. They are essential for health and safety, and they should illuminate exit pathways. These exits are for anyone who needs to leave the building in an emergency. A safe escape should always be illuminated.
If the emergency lights do not work correctly, this could result in serious outcomes including injury and death.
Emergency lighting testing is mandated under UK legislation. This guarantees that all exit routes are illuminated. This applies to all public places.
Emergency Light testing should be carried out on a regular basis. Once complete, the emergency light test should be placed in the logbook. This will include the time and date. Once completed by a contractor you should also receive an emergency light certificate.
The testing of emergency lights is a legal necessity. The tests are required by UK law and should not be ignored.
Failure to comply with these regulations may result in prosecution. If there is serious damage or death as a result of failing to comply with emergency light testing procedures, you could find yourself in a criminal court. In order to avoid this, contact our electricians.
Here are a few of the services we are able to provide:
New wiring installations (e.g. fire alarms, lighting, fuse boxes)
Alterations and extensions to circuits
Servicing and maintenance of domestic and commercial properties in both the public and private sector
Electrical repairs (e.g. broken sockets, fuse boxes and lighting)
EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report)/ Fixed Wire Testing
Risk and Fire Risk assessments
We offer a comprehensive range of trusted electrical equipment inspection services to help achieve compliance with the IET wiring regulations (BS7671).
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