PAT Testing Packages

Starter package
1-25 items £35
26-50 items £35 + £1.20 per item
51 – 75 items £35 + £1.10 per item
76 – 100+ items £35 + £1.00 per item
Electronic certificate
All items will be given an asset number
Reminder of when retest is due
Terms apply

Long term contracts can be arranged on an individual basis. Long term contracts start from a minimum of 4 years and maximum of 12 years. A long term contract gives you the peace of mind knowing that you don’t have to find someone every time you need re-testing done as well as providing you with the consistency using the same service provider gives you time after time.

We believe in up front, honest fair pricing. That’s why we have all our prices available on line for as many of our services as possible. When it comes to long term contracts we don’t have any set prices for this simply because it all depends on the work required, how long the contract is for and how many sites are to be covered under the one contact.

Premium Package
1-25 items £45
26-50 items £45 + £1.20 per item
51 – 75 items £45 + £1.10 per item
76 – 100+ items £45 + £1.00 per item
Includes microwave leakage test*.
Electronic certificate
All items will be given an asset number
Photographs of all appliances
Reminder when retest is due
Terms apply

Please note that in the case of most equipment with detachable “computer” power cords; such as most computers and monitors, etc., these cords are treated as a separate item. For example, a typical PC and monitor combination with detachable cords will total four items: the PC, the monitor, and the two power cords. We will not carry out any repairs without prior consent.

*Microwave leakage test includes an item

**Price is for standard 2m IEC lead, prices for longer leads can be provided on request

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What is PAT testing?

Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but some types of defect can only be found by testing. However, it is essential to understand that visual examination is an essential part of the process because some types of electrical safety defect can’t be detected by testing alone.

A relatively brief user check (based upon simple training and perhaps assisted by the use of a brief checklist) can be a very useful part of any electrical maintenance regime. However, more formal visual inspection and testing by a competent person may also be required at appropriate intervals, depending upon the type of equipment and the environment in which it is used

The Law

The law requires that employers and landlords must ensure that electrical equipment is properly maintained to prevent danger. Employers and landlords have a duty of care upon their employees, members of the public and tenants in the workplace and their properties.

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 require that any electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury is maintained in a safe condition.

Who is responsible?

Who is Responsible

  • Business Owners

  • Company Directors

  • Building Services Managers

  • Duty Holders

  • Managers

  • Landlords

  • Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)

  • Letting Agencies

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