1st Call Gas & Electric Ltd
27A Montrose Avenue, Hillington, Glasgow G52 4LA
Gas Safe Registration No. 199067
Routine Electrical Inspection and Report
Electrical installations should not be left without any attention for the periods of years between formal periodic inspections. Also not everyone may require a formal periodic inspection; you may wish to choose a less comprehensive routine electrical inspection instead. Typically these are required in the years between periodic inspections to monitor for deterioration, or to assess condition before or after house purchase, or if you know the wiring to be relatively modern and did not require extensive testing.
The following is a list of what is covered in the inspection:
- Main equipotential bonding
- Supplementary equipotential bonding
- Breakages or damage
- Wear or deterioration
- Missing parts
- Switchgear obstructions
- Security of enclosures
- Adequate labelling
- Loose fittings
- Equipment switching
- Circuit breakers
- RCD trip times
- Earthing (loop impedance) and Polarity of ring and radial socket circuits
On completion of the inspection a report will be provided, detailing the condition of the installation, results of tests carried out, any recommendations and conclusions as to the relative safety of the installation.
Cost – Please see price list
In conjunction with requirements from the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and Local Authorities, 1st Call Gas and Electric Ltd recommend routine electrical inspections are carried out annually.
If you need more information, or would like to arrange for any of our services, please contact us.
1st Call Gas & Electric
0141 366 3900
27A Montrose Avenue
Glasgow G52 4LA