NICEIC logoInspection Reports

We are an NICEIC and ECA approved company, with a specialist division that undertakes inspection reports for both the domestic and commercial sectors.

Why choose us?


Consumer unitPeriodic Inspection Report

This is an electrical survey that includes visual inspection and testing. It looks for evidence of overloaded circuits, potential hazards in the installation, defective DIY work and highlights any lack of earthing or bonding. The report will assess the overall condition of the installation and point out identified defects.

The IEE recommend that the maximum period between Periodic Inspection Reports is:

These intervals should be reduced if the installation is in poor condition or subject to wear and tear.


Visual Service Check And Report

This is similar to the Periodic Inspection Report but excludes testing. This is suitable to satisfy the HIP property information questionnaire and on a change of tenant in a rented property.


Portable Appliance Testing

A visual inspection and test are undertaken and the results are recorded. Frequency of test should relate to the condition of the appliance, its environment and manner of use.


Emergency Lighting

BS5266 requires the following test and inspection regime.

These tests should be recorded in a Log Book.


Fire Detection And Alarm

BS5839 requires the following test and inspection regime.

These tests should be recorded in a Log Book.


NICEIC bookThe Law

Lettings – all portable and fixed wired electrical appliances must be tested by a competent person and conform to the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994, mandatory for rented properties since 1997. The Landlord & Tenant Act 1985 requires that the electrical installation is safe when the tenancy begins and that it is maintained in a safe condition throughout the tenancy.

Work Place – there is a statutory duty of care under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 for all electrical installations in work places to be maintained, so as to be safe and to prevent danger. It is likely that in the event of an accident the authorities will look to BS7671:2008 IEE Wiring Regulations as the benchmark for standards.

Home Sale / Purchase – as from the 6th April 2009 the Home Information Pack contains a property information questionnaire. Question 12 is ‘when was the wiring in your property last checked'. A Periodic Inspection Report or a Visual Service Check & Report would assist the process.


Current Fee Structure For Inspection Reports

Domestic Visual Service Check and Report


Domestic Periodic Inspection Report


Commercial Properties


Portable Appliances


Above charges are subject to VAT at current rate.


These charges apply to areas within the BH postal code.

Please request a quote for other areas.