Electrical Inspection and Testing Quotation Calculator

Non-domestic electrical inspections and certifications can be a tricky thing for duty holders to keep up with on a consistent basis. Which is why we have created an electrical quotation calculator for you. This tool will provide you with a quote for your specific requirements.

*Please note, this service is not for domestic properties

    Electrical Inspection and Testing

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    Fixed Wire Inspection

    Inspection frequency:

    • Identifies life threatening electrical defects for immediate rectification
    • Identifies significant deterioration which may result in a fire event
    • Identifies non compliances with current regulations for continuous improvement and safety of the installation
    • Assists in your Duty Holders responsibilities to ensure that your electrical installation is safe at all times.

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    Electrical Thermography

    Not a legal requirement but would provide the following:

    • Identifies potentially dangerous temperatures which could result in a catastrophic fire event
    • Identifies failing or failed components, overloads or imbalances which may result in loss of productivity
    • Assists in complying with your Insurance Company requirements

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    Emergency Lighting

    • Identifies emergency light fittings which would fail to illuminate in an emergency situation
    • Identifies emergency light fittings which would fail to illuminate for a given duration during the emergency situation
    • Assists in your Duty Holders responsibilities

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    • Typical location description:
    • Description of inspection services:
      • Based upon the full electrical inspection and testing scope of works
    • Relationship with statutory regulations:
      • Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (NI 1991): 4(2)
      • Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998: (6)
      • Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (as amended)
      • The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 requires that properties under the Act have their services maintained - Periodic inspection and testing is the IET recognised method of demonstrating this

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    Fixed Wire Inspection

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    Additional reading

    Why do I have to carry out periodic electrical inspection and testing?
    How often do I need to carry out electrical inspection & testing?
    Duty holder responsibilities for electrical inspection and testing
    What is a competent person for fixed wire electrical inspection and testing?


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    Thermography Emergency Lighting Hazardous Testing

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    Why do I have to carry out periodic electrical inspection and testing?
    How often do I need to carry out electrical inspection & testing?
    Duty holder responsibilities for electrical inspection and testing
    What is a competent person for fixed wire electrical inspection and testing?


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    Fixed Wire Inspection Emergency Lighting Hazardous Testing

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    Emergency Lighting

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    Why do I have to carry out periodic electrical inspection and testing?
    How often do I need to carry out electrical inspection & testing?
    Duty holder responsibilities for electrical inspection and testing
    What is a competent person for fixed wire electrical inspection and testing?


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    Fixed Wire Inspection Thermography Hazardous Testing

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    Hazardous Testing

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    Regulations

    All installations maybe subject to one or more of the following –

    Relationship with Statutory Regulations:

    Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 (NI 1991): 4(2)
    • 'As may be necessary to prevent danger, all systems shall be maintained so as to prevent, so far as is reasonably practicable, such danger'.
    • If any parts of the electrical system are likely to cause danger (such as damaged socket outlets, switches, fittings or accessories etc.) then they must be maintained to comply with Regulation 4(2).
    • Where the electrical system has been designed correctly, installed and inspected and tested in accordance with the IET wiring regulations, then the installation at that time is safe for service. However, the EAWR does not give any time scales, so it is implied that the system must remain safe throughout its life. The system needs to be maintained if danger would result if it was not maintained.

    Electricity Safety, Quality and Continuity Regulations 2002 (as amended)
    • For residential, some industrial and commercial premises, the requirement is specifically focused on separate generating equipment such as wind, solar photovoltaic for connection to the network operator’s system.

    The Landlord and Tenant Act (as amended)

    By Law, a landlord must ensure:

    • That the electrical installation in a rented property is safe when tenants move in and maintained in a safe condition throughout its duration.
    • That a House in Multiple Occupancy (HMO) has a periodic inspection carried out on the property every five years.
    • Where the property is not an HMO, then it is recommended that a periodic inspection is carried out every five years.
    • That any appliance provided is safe, maintained and has CE marking.

    The installation may be subject to the Local Authority Conditions of License:

    For Hotels, there may be areas subject to licensing laws which may require an annual inspection and test. You should consult your local authority for specific details of their requirements.


    For specialist installations (such as hazardous areas, quarries, cinemas, theatres) additional regulations apply.

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    What is a circuit?

    For quotation purposes, we will ask you for a circuit count. There are generally three different types of circuit, these are:

    1. A distribution circuit.
      These circuits can be 3 phase (400 Volts) or Single Phase (230 Volts). A distribution circuit could be supplied from a bus bar chamber, switch fuse, Isolator or from a fuse / circuit breaker on another distribution board.
      These circuits typically supply distribution boards, control panels, motor control centres etc.
    2. Single Phase Circuit (230 Volts)
      A single-phase circuit is used to supply general power and lighting – these are 230 Volt circuits and the type which you would find at home. Modern distribution boards have miniature circuit breakers installed (identified by a toggle switch) whilst older installations may have re-wireable fuses installed. Each device generally supplies one circuit.
    3. Three Phase Circuit (400 Volts)
      A three-phase circuit is used to supply power to large items of equipment or other distribution boards / switch gear. These are 400 Volt circuits and the type which you would typically find in commercial or industrial applications. Modern distribution boards have miniature circuit breakers installed (identified by a toggle switch) whilst older installations may have re-wireable fuses installed. A three-phase circuit can be identified in a modern distribution board as occupying 3 ways and has a long toggle switch.

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    What is an asset?

    For quotation purposes, we will ask you for an asset count. There are defined as the total amount of distribution boards, control panels and any specific equipment you want to be included


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