Electrical Services

We provide a full suite of electrical inspection, testing, installation and reactive maintenance services for businesses of all sizes, in any industry and in any part of the UK.
We have NICEIC domestic, contractor and industrial accredited engineers based up and down the UK, so we really do provide a full, nationwide electrical service.
All of our engineers are experts in their field and provide a friendly service throughout.
Want to find out more?
Give us a call today on 0800 644 5400 and our customer service team will provide you with a quick quote for your electrical requirements, or arrange a free, no-obligation survey of your premises.

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Fixed Electrical Inspections & Electrical Installation Condition Reports

Fixed electrical wiring will deteriorate over time, which makes the electrical installation condition  report so important. You will need to make sure that you are regularly testing your entire electrical system within your business premises or offices. This means that you are ensuring the complete safety of your electrics, whilst also staying fully compliant; securing yourself an electrical condition report when and where required. Should you fail to keep your electrics up to date and in good working order then you could be putting the health of your staff and employees at risk. The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 states specifically that any and all electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury or harm must be maintained and kept in a safe condition. It is therefore your responsibility as a business owner to secure the relevant and necessary electrical condition report certificates.

Will You Receive An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)?

Yes, once your test(s) with us have been completed you will receive alongside all relevant documentation, an up to date electrical installation condition report. We are also able to offer a free no obligation quote for any work that we have identified that needs fixing, amending or repairing as per the electrical condition report. If you decide to proceed with us at PTS Compliance then, once the works have been completed, we will provide an EICR certificate which will remain valid for between 1-5 years (dependent on your business type).

Are We NICEIC Accredited?

Yes, our fixed wire testing and electrical conditioning reporting service is fully NICEIC accredited. This means that we are fully compliant with the very latest regulations in the UK; keeping up to date with new regulations as and when they occur. In terms of customer service, we always arrive when arranged, at a pre-scheduled time that suits you best. We’ll also give you all the correct documentation to prove your full compliance alongside (if applicable) an electrical installation condition report.

Our prices are amongst the lowest in the industry and our engineers will provide our testing service to the whole of the U.K.

Why Should You Use Our Service For Your Electrical Condition Report?

  • Fully Accredited - Accreditation with NICEIC and more
  • Free Remedial Quote - We can offer a free remedial quote for your system faults and errors
  • Nationwide Coverage - We service all businesses across the UK; no matter what size
  • EICR Certificate - You’ll receive your EICR certificate with every qualifying inspection
  • Expert Engineers - Our engineers are experts in identifying any potential problems
  • Save up to 30% - Find out how much you could save with a free quote!

When To Consider An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)?

We would always recommend that you consider securing yourself an electrical installation condition report when the following occur:

  • Change of ownership
  • Change of tenancy
  • Change of use of premises
  • To verify continued compliance with BS 7671
  • To comply with insurance companies

What Exactly Is An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)?

An electrical installation condition report (EICR) consists of an inspection on the condition of an existing electrical installation or system. The directive of an EICR is to identify (in order of priority) any deficiencies against the national safety standard for electrical installations; ensuring safety and standard of working environments in order to keep staff and customers/visitors safe at all times.

What Is Done During An Electrical Installation Condition Report?

For many years inspection and testing carried out during an electrical condition report was known as a periodic inspection report. From the end of 2011 that was changed, as was the format of the report so that it had become the electrical installation condition report. An EICR is an in-depth inspection and test of an existing electrical installation and is reported on a form that complies with the current wiring regulations, BS7671:2008 as amended in 2011. All of the accessible electrical accessories (socket outlets, switches, etc.) are visually inspected, with 10% of them being inspected internally. This means that the accessories are opened up to expose the wiring and terminals to establish if there is anything to suggest poor installation or quality of materials.

The Installation

The installation is also inspected for the presence of bonding conductors, the correct type and location of switchgear and we will also look to identify whether or not the installation is being used correctly.

Detailed Test

A detailed test follows, where a range of tests are carried out on each circuit to determine that the safety measures that have been put in place will operate correctly in fault conditions. This includes determining that the earth fault path is effective enough to result in automatic disconnection of the supply in the event of a fault, that the wiring is in good condition and that the residual current device (RCD) operates quickly enough to avoid any danger to the users of the installation.


BS7671 Intervals Between Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Type of Premise


Domestic Premises

10 years or change of occupier

Commercial Premises

5 years or change of occupier

Educational Establishments

5 years


5 years

Industrial Premises

3 years

Cinemas & Theaters

1 year


5 years

Leisure Complexes

1 year

Places of Public Entertainment

1 year

Agricultural & Horticultural

3 years

Caravan Sites

1 year

Public Houses

5 years


Try our helpful 'How to' guide on how to count your circuits, if you are unsure of how many you have in your building then please click here.

Our prices are some of the lowest in the industry starting at only £8.00 per circuit so call us today for a very competitive quotation and save on your electrical instillation condition report today. Call a member of our friendly and professional team today on 0800 644 5400, or get in touch here.