Commercial Electrical Certificate
As an owner of commercial premises it is recommended under current electrical guidelines that you have a Commercial Electrical Certificate every three to five years, or sooner depending on your previous inspections recommendations.
A commercial electrical inspection will examine the wiring throughout the commercial premises and will check the safety of the electrical installation.
Our engineers use the latest testing equipment which will enable them to identify any faults straight away. Once the test has been carried out we will provide you with a detailed Report explaining which faults were found and any remedial works that we recommend being carried out in order to rectify the faults to make the installation safe.
We carry out commercial electrical testing in all different types of commercial properties from shops/restaurants, offices to large industrial units.
Our test results are evaluated in accordance with IET Regulations.
|Commercial Electrical Certificate 1 – 5 circuits||£150 including VAT|
|Commercial Electrical Certificate 6 – 10 circuits||£200 including VAT|
|Commercial Electrical Certificate 11 – 15 circuits||£250 including VAT|
|Commercial Electrical Certificate 16 – 20 circuits||£300 including VAT|
- Additional fuse boards up to 10 circuits will be £150 including VAT
- 3 phase circuitry will cost an additional £100 including VAT
We accept Paypal payments – BACS payments via online banking, Bankers Drafts or Cheques?
Once payment is made we shall confirm your booking accordingly.
Why do you need a Commercial Electrical Certificate?
It is recommended under current electrical guidelines that you have a Commercial Electrical Certificate carried out every three to five years or sooner dependent upon any previous inspections recommendations. It is your responsibility as the owner of your commercial premises to ensure that anyone working or visiting your premises are kept safe from any harm, so it is extremely important that you keep your premises electrically tested and up to date.
Your insurers will also require you to have a Commercial Electrical Certificate periodically, in order to be covered by them.