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Maintenance is key to keeping a safe and effective electrical system, but it is an issue that most people overlook and only tend to worry about when things go wrong.

Just like most things your electrical system will deteriate with use and age, and this can result in dangerous conditions.

Typically most electrical work in the home will reccomend a re-test every 5 years, or upon a change of occupancy.

If you’re out of date, then you may even find you’re invalidating the terms of your insurance policy by not carrying out the reccomended safety checks.

Although not yet a legal requirement, there are changes coming, especially in the rental sector which will soon be made compulsory.

Most reputable estate agents already require this certificate for let properties, and if you're looking to buy a property, an Electrical Installation Condition Report can be a wise investment to to avoid any suprise repair costs. if nothing else it's a good bartering tool which could save you thousands.

 

                 

 

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If you do get a fault develop then it’s important to get it checked out as soon as possible. What starts out as a minor inconvenience such as an intermittent light switch or the occasional circuit tripping can soon lead to major problems if it’s not sorted.

Electrical faults are the second most common cause of house fires second only to cigarettes, and an electric shock due to fault conditions can seriously injure or even kill.

Advise is free, so if you have something you're not sure about don't hesitate to give us a call. If we can’t sort it out over the phone, then we’ll come out and investigate the problem further. In most cases, simple faults are found and rectified within the first hour so are well worth your time.

Fault finding and maintenance