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Periodic Inspection

Periodic Inspection

Thermal Imaging

The wiring of the building will be checked using thermal imaging to spot any hidden electrical issues.

Earth Inspection

Fixed metal assets will be checked to ensure earthing is in place to avoid a very dangerous shock if the metal were to come live for any reason.

Fuseboard Testing

The fuse-board will be inspected to ensure it is in good health and a trip test will be conducted on RCBs to ensure if there is a surge your fuse-board would block it and keep you safe.

Other elements

They are the key checks but there are also many more conducted such as Polarity Testing, Earth Electrode Inspection and also an overall Visual Inspection.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers about periodic inspections

Yes, a periodic inspection is a legal requirement under 2007 Safety Health and Welfare at Work 
(General Application) Regulations.

The most efficient time is before opening or after closing as many checks will involve having the power of for periods of time.

The inspection is a check of the general health and quality of the electrics in the building to see if it is all dafe and if anything dangerous is present.

Depending on the building it could take from 2 hours to 8 hours in general. Each floor can take 2 hours so a 3 floor building will take a full evening. A 2 bedroom house for example would take 2 hours.

After an inspection you will receive a detailed report outlining the quality of your electrical installations. Also included in this will be a list of recommended actions to repair any faults found during the inspection.

This will vary largely depending on the size of the building, number of fuse-board, electrical fit-out and much more. We advise getting in touch with us for an accurate quote.