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Electrical Survey

Not sure what type of Electrical Survey you need?  See the table below for more information:



Portable Applicance Testing (PAT)

NICEIC Domestic Visual Condition Report

NICEIC Domestic Period Inspection Report (PIR)

Checking of Electrical Equipment with 3 pin plug attachment

Fixed Electrics (i.e. socket outlets, lighting pendants, etc)

General view of electric condition

Reveal if electrical circuits overloaded

Find any potential shock and fire hazards in the installation

Identify any defective DIY electrical work

Highlight any lack of earthing or bonding

Identifies if requires urgent attention (scale 1-4)

Identifies if requires improvement (scale 1-4)

Identifies if requires further investigation (scale 1-4)

Compliance with BS7671 (scale 1-4)


The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) produce a guide to condition reports for domestic electrical installations:

Guide to condition reports for domestic electrical installations


The NICEIC produce useful factsheets for householders:

Landlord factsheet

As a landlord, it is your legal responsibility to ensure that the electrics in your property are safe.
Landlord factsheet

Part P factsheet

An electrical safety law, Part P of the Building Regulations, was introduced by the Government with the aim of improving electrical safety.
Part P factsheet

How safe is the wiring in your home?

In less time than you may think, the electrics in your home can become damaged or worn through general wear and tear.
Safe Wiring Factsheet