Electrical Inspection and Testing Services
Experienced Electrical Inspectors
- Fully trained and qualified, with years of experience
- Helping you achieve electrical compliance for your business
- Minimising disruption and downtime
Fast Electronic Certification
- Reports are provided quickly in electronic format
- Expert explanation and assistance available
- Suitable for insurance and compliance purposes
- We hold £5,000,000 public liability insurance
- All our inspectors and engineers are DBS checked
- Health and Safety compliant with regular checks
Fixed Price Services
- Fixed price quotations for all of our services
- No more unexpected cost over runs
- Easy quoting and ordering process
Complete Electrical Compliance
- Electrical Condition Reporting
- Emergency Lighting Testing
- PAT Testing and Fixed Appliance Testing
- Out of hours and weekends to minimise disruption
- Reminders when inspections are due
- Helpful advice available always
Reliable Service with 100% Satisfaction.
What are fixed wire tests and EICR reports?
Fixed wire tests and EICR reports are there to protect you and your home. We are experts in electrical testing in the UK and take great pride in the electrical testing services we offer.
Our aim is to ensure properties and businesses are kept safe from electrical faults, through electrical inspection testing.
We advise, support and service residential and corporate clients throughout London and the South East, keeping properties compliant with the current electrical safety standards in the UK.
What types of fixed electrical testing services are there?
As experts in fixed electrical testing services, we ensure peace of mind and 100% satisfaction every time.
All our services are carried out by fully-qualified engineers that have undertaken recognised industry-standard training and specialise in the fixed electrical testing field. We offer numerous electrical safety inspection services, including:
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) covers the entire electrical system in a building, from distribution boards to cables, light fixtures, plug sockets and switches.
The report will reveal the state of these elements to help ensure your property is safe.
We can advise on your compliance obligations and can even arrange reminders when your Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) inspection is due.
Fixed Wire Testing
As well as Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR), we also offers Fixed Wire Testing. This is a full test of all the electrics and electrical systems within a building, including distribution boards, mains panels and sockets.
For prices, view our Fixed Wire Testing Prices page.
House Electrical Tests
If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, or you want to ensure your current property is safe, you can hire us to carry out house electrical tests.
Our home buyer services include either a standard Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report or an Enhanced Home Buyers Electrical Report, which involves examination of all sockets, switches and fittings in your home.
Emergency Lighting Testing
If you own or manage a property with fire escape signage, then you’ll need to book regular Emergency Lighting Testing.
This is a crucial aspect of building maintenance and will ensure your colleagues or tenants can quickly and safely exit the property in the event of a fire.
For prices, view our Emergency Light Testing Prices page.
PAT Testing (Fixed Appliance Testing)
PAT Testing, or fixed appliance testing, covers all the electrical equipment in a building. If you are a business owner or landlord, you are responsible for maintaining the safety of the appliances in use by other people.
Our PAT Testing service will highlight which electrical appliances are in safe working condition, and which are not. When it comes to electrical testing in the UK, we make things nice and simple.
Why is fixed electrical testing important?
You might be wondering why fixed electrical testing is important. Well, did you know that more than half of household fires are caused by an electrical fault, due to a lack of electrical inspection and installation testing?
Ensuring well-maintained electrics through an electrical condition report is key.
Fixed electrical testing should be conducted at regular intervals, but new Government regulations, that came into force on 1st June 2020, make other services essential.
For example, 5 year electrical testing fixed wire tests are now mandatory for landlords and housing associations.
Who are Electrical Inspection and Testing Services for?
We offer electrical inspection and testing services to both residential and commercial clients, including:
- Residential homeowners
Whether you’re buying or selling, we offer essential house electrical tests
With all types of properties, including flats, houses and HMOs (House of Multiple Occupation)
- Business owners
From factories to offices, shops to schools, we can help your business stay safe and compliant
Why choose Hexo Services?
We are based in the heart of London, so offer EICR London services as well as testing across the South East. We have a large network of qualified technicians, some of which are available 24 hours a day for call-outs in the event of an emergency.
Our experts will get to you as quickly as possible, providing you with the electrical report you need to remain compliant. Yet there are plenty of other reasons to hire us:
Network of experts
We have a team of fully trained and qualified technicians who will provide the very best level of service for Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) and all other electrical services.
Each one is insured under our policy, meaning that everything we do is protected.
We use the very best equipment from Megger, in order to test electrical systems. The Electricity at Work Act (1989) states that all electrical systems have to be purposefully built for the testing of all applications within a property.
They are reliable and trustworthy, so we, and you, have the peace of mind that your reports will be completely accurate.
EICR London and South East
We are ideally located to provide electrical testing in London, as well as throughout the South East. We also provide an out of hours service, so that in the event of an emergency, you know you can rely on us.
When it comes to electrical installation inspections in London, we’re here for you every step of the way.
We’ll also service any type of property that has electrics installed within it, as well as looking at additional appliances, with services such as PAT Testing, or fixed appliance testing.
Whether it be a residential flat, house, a HMO, factory, school, sports facility, religious or community hall, or any other type of building, we can help.
We believe that it is important to be totally clear with pricing whenever you are conducting electrical installation services. When we give you a quotation, that is the price you will pay.
Furthermore, we offer very competitive pricing, which, when added to the quality of electrical installation testing on offer, means you get excellent value for money every time you use our services. Read more about our EICR report serivces and EICR costs.
All of our highly trained technicians operate to the highest electrical testing and electrical safety standards as mandated by law.
We work within all the legal directives and standards, as laid about by the government, to ensure your electrical testing inspection is carried out quickly and professionally.
Efficient remedial works
We offer out-of-hours appointments so you can choose a time that suits you, your business and your customers. So, book your electrical installation inspection now, to ensure you keep your property and loved ones safe.
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