Portable appliance testing is the process by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety.
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All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use. They should therefore be inspected and tested at regular intervals to check whether they are in a satisfactory condition for continued use.
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Electrical maintenance covers all aspects of testing, monitoring, fixing, and replacing elements of an electrical system.
Emergency lights are standard in new commercial and high occupancy residential buildings, such as college dormitories, apartments, and hotels.
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Portable appliance testing

How does it work?


  • We carry out full visual and electrical testing of all appliances
  • All tested appliances are labeled and tagged with the results and date of testing so they are clearly identifiable
  • Upon completion of all testing you will receive a full detailed report with all results. This is a certified document approved by insurance companies.



What is Pat Testing?

- Electrical inspection and testing carried out on all Portable Appliances to ensure they meet legal safety standards

Why Pat Test?

- Not only safety for the business but also safety for it's employees. Ongoing maintenance and checks on your electrical equipment means you are keeping with the advised safety standards.

Is it a legal requirement?

- Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2007 S.I. 299, it is now a requirement under Irish law that all businesses’ are obliged to carry out PAT Testing on all portable appliances to ensure the safety and welfare of both employees and customers.


Periodic Inspection

How does it work?


  • Inspection and testing of all fixed metal outlets and Fuseboards to ensure they are in good health.
  • Further tests carried out include polarity tests, erroneous tests, surge protection and RCBO’s and RCD’s checks.
  • Upon completion a full serviced report is issued detailing test results and certificate issued for Insurance purposes.


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How often should Periodic inspections be carried out?

- Periods between inspections will depend on the condition of the installation at the time of the preceding inspection, but it is recommended that testing is carried out at least every five years or at the end of a tenancy, whichever comes first.

Is it a legal requirement?

- Yes, Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2007 S.I. 299

How long does it take?

- Typically it takes 3-4 hours for full testing however that can depend on the size of the building and number of circuits.

The testing can be carried out during working hours and causes minimal disruption to the workplace.


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Electrical maintenance

Our team of qualified and RECI certified Electricians can look after all general electrical maintenance requirements

We cover a wide range of electrical services from Lighting and fuseboards to wiring and upgrades, call us today to discuss your needs and how we can help.

  • Fuseboard: Upgrade and replacements
  • Lighting: Socket and light fitting upgrades, replacements and rewires
  • Electric Heaters
  • General Electricals don’t see what you are looking for here? No problem, get in touch and we will be happy to discuss your requirements



Emergency Lighting

We carry our testing and inspection on all emergency lights to ensure your business is compliant with the law.

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How often should Emergency lighting inspections be carried out?

- Testing and inspections should be carried out quarterly to ensure lights maintain the correct standards.

Why test?

- You should carry out these tests primarily for your employee’s safety aswell as ensuring you are complying with the law. Your insurance company may also request these certificates and reports.



Fire Alarms Services

We offer complete service of any Fire Alarm System. Our Engineers are fully trained to service your Fire Alarm system to Irish Standards I.s 3218