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Electrical Inspection

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Example Code C1

A Code 1 (C1) observation means ‘ Danger present. Risk of injury. Immediate remedial action required.’

A C1 represents an immediate threat to safety and should be rectified or made safe as soon as possible.

An example of a C1 defect would be accessible live conductors due to damage, poorly modified enclosures or removed maintenance panels. Incorrect polarity would also attract a code C1 as it may allow conductive parts, not normally expected to be live, to become live.

C1 is an immediate threat to safety the inspector will inform the duty holder or landlord for the installation immediately, both verbally and in writing, of the risk of injury that exists. Access to the faulty circuit may even be blocked or turned off until the defect is fixed

Example Code C2

A Code 2 (C2) is not as severe as a C1 but is still a potentially dangerous defect. It may not pose an immediate threat but is likely to become a danger in the future. A C2 is ‘Potentially dangerous – urgent remedial action required.’

The phrase “potentially dangerous”, in the C2 code is to point towards a risk of injury from contact with live parts after a sequence of events. A series of events could mean that an individual may gain access to live parts through a day to day task that would not usually be expected

Example Code C3 (most common)

Code 3 ‘Improvement recommended.’

Meaning something has been identified which does not comply with the latest regulations but is not dangerous. For example, the installation may not comply with the current version of the regulations or may have damaged fittings which do not have exposed live parts. A code C3, in itself, should not warrant an overall unsatisfactory report.

You will need to address C1, C2 and FI faults on your report to achieve compliance with electrical safety regulations. However, it’s always good practice and usually well worthwhile considering rectifying all faults on site. Remember you aren’t obliged to use the same electrical contractor to test and to carry out remedial repairs. You do not need to have the whole installation re-tested after the repairs, but you should obtain a certificate for the changed elements.

Example Code F1

An observation code FI ‘ Further investigation required without delay.‘ for example, your electrical testing engineer has observed something carrying out the testing, for instance, circuit protective conductor high measured resistance possible loose connection.

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Example Code C1

A Code 1 (C1) observation means ‘ Danger present. Risk of injury. Immediate remedial action required.’

A C1 represents an immediate threat to safety and should be rectified or made safe as soon as possible.

An example of a C1 defect would be accessible live conductors due to damage, poorly modified enclosures or removed maintenance panels. Incorrect polarity would also attract a code C1 as it may allow conductive parts, not normally expected to be live, to become live.

C1 is an immediate threat to safety the inspector will inform the duty holder or landlord for the installation immediately, both verbally and in writing, of the risk of injury that exists. Access to the faulty circuit may even be blocked or turned off until the defect is fixed

Example Code C2

A Code 2 (C2) is not as severe as a C1 but is still a potentially dangerous defect. It may not pose an immediate threat but is likely to become a danger in the future. A C2 is ‘Potentially dangerous – urgent remedial action required.’

The phrase “potentially dangerous”, in the C2 code is to point towards a risk of injury from contact with live parts after a sequence of events. A series of events could mean that an individual may gain access to live parts through a day to day task that would not usually be expected

Example Code C3 (most common)

Code 3 ‘Improvement recommended.’

Meaning something has been identified which does not comply with the latest regulations but is not dangerous. For example, the installation may not comply with the current version of the regulations or may have damaged fittings which do not have exposed live parts. A code C3, in itself, should not warrant an overall unsatisfactory report.

You will need to address C1, C2 and FI faults on your report to achieve compliance with electrical safety regulations. However, it’s always good practice and usually well worthwhile considering rectifying all faults on site. Remember you aren’t obliged to use the same electrical contractor to test and to carry out remedial repairs. You do not need to have the whole installation re-tested after the repairs, but you should obtain a certificate for the changed elements.

Example Code F1

An observation code FI ‘ Further investigation required without delay.‘ for example, your electrical testing engineer has observed something carrying out the testing, for instance, circuit protective conductor high measured resistance possible loose connection.

Our Services

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EICR

Professional Inspection & Certification Service, Same day documentation PDF & Printed if required on site

Eicr inspections

Inspections are for safe continued use on older establishments not to see if you are fully 18th compliant BS7671

repairs if required

All repairs & remedial work completed to Part P compliance & guaranteed for at least 12 months 

Third Party Inspection

Professional Inspection & Certification of your own work with building control notification Service, Same day

Installations

All installation work completed to current regulations with all certification and work guarantee for at least 12 months

Payments & Invoicing

We accept all forms of payment you do not have to be available on the day we can do all via your email address

Electrical Repairs

  • Power & Lighting
  • Fault Tracing
  • Heating Control
  • Outlets & Switches
  • Rewiring
  • Surge Protection

EICR Remedial Repairs

  • Consumer Units
  • Eathing Upgrades
  • EICR Code Fails
  • Replacement Fittings
  • Alterations
  • Modifications

Third party Certification

  • Certify your Work
  • Building Control Notifide
  • Same-Day Certification
  • No Certification to Small
  • Single Circuits & new Builds

Appliance Connections

  • Cookers & Hobs
  • White Goods
  • Lighting & Power
  • External Power
  • Medical 
  • Temporary Supplies

Domestic Installations

For all your household needs from home improvements such as extensions, kitchen and bathroom upgrades, LED spotlighting upgrades, installations of smart home wireless central heating controls or something more significant to a rewire or a new build. We also provide testing and inspecting of the property and certifying, this should take place every ten years, and more regularly for rental properties with landlord certification issued. 

A flexible approach & professional service

Domestic Installation

Consumer units services or upgrade. Consumer units receive the main electrical supply and distribute it to the individual circuits throughout your home, managing all aspects of electrical safety to its occupants. It is therefore crucial that your Fuse box is checked frequently and replaced or repaired when necessary, to ensure you’re safe. We have been installing and replacing consumer units around East Anglia for many years, improving safety we guarantee all of our work. We also find any issues you’re electrical installation may have and recertify to get back to full working order.

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Domestic Commercial & Industrial 

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Domestic

  • Landlords
  • Property Owners
  • Agents
  • Housing Association
  • Sheltered Housing

Domestic Leisure 

  • Holiday Homes
  • Mobile Homes
  • Caravans
  • Motor Home 
  • Leisure Facility

Public Commercial

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Bars & Cafe
  • Kitchens
  • Communal Aria 

Special Locations

  • Swimming Pools
  • Saunas
  • Marinas
  • Temporary Supplies
  • Public Entertainment 

EICR

Professional Inspection & Certification Service, Same day documentation PDF & Printed if required on site

Inspections

Inspections are for safe continued use on older establishments not to see if you are fully 18th compliant BS7671

Repairs

All repairs & remedial work completed to Part P compliance & guaranteed for at least 12 months & certification

Installations

All installation work completed to current regulations with all certification and work guarantee full certification 

Invoicing & Payments

We accept all forms of payment you do not have to be available on the day we can do all via your email address

TPC Third-Party Certification 

Professional Inspection & Certification of your own work with building control notification Service