There are legal obligations for domestic and commercial property owners that they must fulfill within all aspects of electrical installation. Always use an electrician certified and registered with relevant regulatory bodies for any work on your property. One such entity is the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors. If you are a landlord, you can have an electrician examine your properties electrical wiring, and it must be up to standard safety requirements. If you meet the standards, an electrical installation condition report is issued.
Other services offered include consumer replacement unit, socket installation, repair work on existing facility, circuit breaker repairs, switches/lighting repair, power shower installations, emergency lighting systems, complete electrical rewiring, maintenance of electrical systems, small and large electrical maintenance, safety reports and Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) on electrical appliances to ensure safety for use.
Electrical faults can put you at risk of electrocution or even accidental fires. Electricians can carry out an electrical inspection every three to five years. Doing so can help prevent unfortunate surprises. Sometimes an electrical fault can cause your electricity to fail. Seek out an electrical service provider that is available for all electrical emergency call-outs, because It is stressful to deal with electricity failing. Electrical faults are hazardous and as such need fixing immediately. It is also advisable not to attempt fixing it by yourself.