Fixed Installation Testing is the inspection and testing of the permanent electrical systems (circuits) within premises. It is an electrical survey carried out to ascertain if there are any faults present within the fixed electrical installation and also to check that the electrical installation complies with current electrical legislation.
Premier Electrical services Ltd carry out fixed installation testing to BS7671 IEE (IET) Wiring Regulations standards. Our electrical engineers hold both City and Guilds 2381/2382 and 2391 electrical qualifications and are fully experienced in the inspection and testing of our own installations and customers commercial, industrial and residential premises.

First and foremost we will liaise with you as to the purpose for the fixed installation testing and ascertain the extent of inspection and testing to be carried out. It is our aim to minimise disruption to your premises whilst at the same time provide a thorough and professional electrical testing service.

The routine inspection and testing of your fixed electrical installation, ensures compliance under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and the Consumer Protection Act 1987. Electrical installation testing is also a common requirement for business and public premises insurance

Under BS7671 (the wiring regulations) all installations should be periodically tested and inspected to maintain their integrity. Industrial installations should be tested every three years and commercial type every five years.

Premier Electrical Services Ltd is able to carry out all disciplines of testing and work closely alongside the client to minimise disruption to the business during the course of the works.

On completion of any periodic testing we will meet with the client to discuss what remedial action needs to be taken to bring the installation up to current standards.

As well as fixed wire testing we can carry out your portable appliance testing for your company protecting your workforce and you as an employer