Electrical Inspection in High Wycombe

Honesty, Integrity & Professionalism are part of the deal from LiteCor Electrical.

Are you searching for an electrical wiring certificate, electrical wiring inspection, an NICEIC report or an electrical wiring report for a rented property, house seller or buyer, commercial or industrial premises ? – contact us, we cover Bucks and Berks. Electrical Inspection Reports are carried out to the I.E.T. standard forms, these include Electrical Installation Condition Reports (E.I.C.R.’s), landlord visual condition reports, electric wiring safety checks and PAT tests. Inspection reports are also carried out on Fire Alarms, Security Alarms and Emergency Lighting in homes and commercial premises, including HMO’s.
LiteCor Electrical is entered on the new Private Rented Sector (PRD) Electrical Inspector Scheme. Note that mandatory electrical reports and by qualified electricians, are required on rented properties: see the link https://e-certsure.com/WCP-6U565-KMQFNB-42R6CO-1/c.aspx All electricians listed and permitted to display the mark, are registered with an electrical Competent Person Scheme Operator, and have been authorised by the Government to self-certify that their work is compliant with Building Regulations. This means they meet strict entry requirements, their work is regularly assessed, demonstrating their ability and ongoing competence, and that it meets the correct standards. In particular, landlords are no longer allowed to engage anyone not on the register, to carry out electrical inspection reports; in addition a copy of the electrical inspection report requires to be submitted to the tenant.
The cost quoted is only one yard stick for selecting companies to carry out inspection reports: the person actually carrying out an electrical inspection report, needs to have the 18th edition qualification to BS 7671, at least 5 years experience, and have a formal qualification such as the City and Guilds qualification 2391; Ask to see proof of qualifications as apprentices and unqualified persons are used by some companies, so making such an inspection report invalid for insurance and other purposes.
Note that the results of the electrical inspection, are not available on the day of the inspection, a manual study of the results and computer validation, using proprietary software is required at later stage. Specifically, no repair work is carried out, since this is an electrical report only on the condition as found. The formal title of this report is Electrical Installation Condition Report (E.I.C.R.)
Need a quote for an electrical inspection in High Wycombe or Bucks?,  Telephone 07943 179 505 or 01494 535 904, use the Contact Us Form  or email: admin@litecorelectrical.co.uk. This Electrical Company in High Wycombe is an Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer, registered with the NICEIC and has Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance.
The owner of LiteCor Electrical, is a time served electrician from the Scottish steel industry. He is also a qualified Electrical Engineer to degree level, now based in High Wycombe after returning from overseas, where he was working as a Factory Engineer, and subsequently as an office based Electrical Engineer in project management for large industrial projects in the Pulp and Paper, Petrochemical, Aluminium. Steel Rolling and other general industries.

Activities are carried out in the following types of premises, including:-

  • Industrial Premises.
  • Commercial Premises.
  • Agriculture Premises.
  • Privately owned houses.
  • Rented premises.
  • Stables and Kennels.
  • Nursing Homes.
  • Farming Premises.
  • Mobile Homes.
  • Caravans & Caravan Sites.
  • Mobile Catering Vans.

Activities include the design, installation, testing and maintenance for:-

  • Distribution Equipment.
  • Motor Controls
  • PLC Controls.
  • Relay Protection Systems.
  • Site Surveys Earthing.
  • System Protection Studies.
  • Power Factor Correction.
  • Planned Maintenance.
  • Electric Motor Protection.
  • Lighting & Power Systems.
  • Permits to Work.

Inspection Reports including PAT tests and thermal imaging, carried out for:-

  • Industrial Premises.
  • Electrical Distribution.
  • Electric Motors.
  • Electrical Switchrooms.
  • All Electrical Installations.
  • Emergency Lighting.
  • Fire Alarms.
  • Security Alarms.
  • Protection Systems.
  • Security Cameras.
  • Portable Appliances.

It is recommended that domestic installations are tested every 10 years; for landlord rented properties and commercial properties, this is 5 years. Thermal cycling is the biggest problem, with expansion and contraction of screwed connections, these connections will relax over time, causing a cycle of ever increasing high resistances and eventual failure, if not detected in time. All new electrical installations, now require to have metal consumer units since plastic consumer units have been a source of fires causing at least one known fatality. See also the link: Frequency of Electrical Inspections 
Call or leave a message on 07943 179 505 or 01494 535 904. Email to admin@litecorelectrical.co.uk. Use the easy Contact Us Form for all enquiries, a reply will be sent to your email address within a short period.
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