Electrical Testing to BS 7671.
The electrical installation report is a legal document required by the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, and it is an essential criterion for all businesses.
The law says that all electrical wiring, installations, and appliances are to be in top working conditions to avoid causing accident and harm to anyone. This law covers all businesses, companies, and industries, including small-scale enterprises.
As such, Innox electricians carry out electrical testing to make sure you meet both the legal and insurance requirements and then give you the safety you deserve. After the screening, we will issue you a safety record with our certificate as a backup.
If your electrical system is deficient, a report detailing the results and any remedial work needed to be done will be issued to you. Our dedicated team will provide a total electrical testing and inspection work of the building: be it commercial or residential. Our team is stacked with experts having more than 15 years’ experience in such operations and will aid in reducing the tendency for such faults to reoccur and replace the old system in case of a breakdown.
I am very pleased with the work carried out. The electrician was very pleasant and a clean and tidy worker. Highly recommend!
This feedback is to compliment Innox Electrical on the numbers of project they have worked on for us.I am pleased to thank you for providing an excellent service to our company.
Always helpful and all jobs done quickly and efficient.
Excellent service. Great specialist.
Great service. Very recommend.
Very satisfied with service, done job properly, fast and for reasonable price. thank you
Fast, cheap and good quality service.
Super fast service!!!
Emergency lighting is critical to the health and safety of your staff, and Innox Electrical staff will test your emergency lighting to ensure that your building meets the code of practice for emergency lighting (BS 5266-1).
Emergency lighting offers an early insight into emergency situations.
Emergency lights are powered independently as they need to be self-sufficient even during power failure. They are installed with the backup battery which is kept at full charge when needed.