DOMESTIC AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
ITC Electrical Contractors Coventry carry out all types of electrical work for both domestic and commercial customers including for housing associations and letting agents who need a qualified electrical company to carry out electrical work for their tenants.
Our services include fault finding, re-wiring, small domestic work such as fitting additional plug sockets as well as electrical PAT Testing in commercial buildings. Our electrical team have many years experience between them in both the commercial and domestic electrical sector and will be able to deliver a first class service regardless of the size of the job.
Providing an extremely high standard of work to all of our customers is important to us and our reputation which is why we send out quality of work questionnaires to our clients to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.
If you would like to talk to us about this service, please either call us direct or if you would prefer to send us some details of your requirements first, then please complete our enquiry form and we will be in touch with your shortly.
IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY SITUATION THEN WE CAN GIVE YOU PRIORITY TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF BOTH YOURSELF AND THE PUBLIC.
IF YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR IN COVENTRY CALL US TODAY ON 02477 675668
- Priority Given To Emergency Situations
- Fault Finding On Installations Including Lighting & Power
- Door Entry Systems Installed and Maintained
- Intruder Alarms
- Full and Part Re-Wires
- Repairs and Maintenance
- CCTV Installations
- Electric heating
- Indoor and Outdoor Lighting
- Electrical inspections
- Landlords Properties and Domestic Houses
- Landlord Certificates
- Additional sockets
- Heating systems
- Consumer Unit upgrades
All work carries NICEIC Certification (If Applicable) upon completion
ELECTRICAL PAT TESTING
‘PAT’ stands for ‘Portable Appliance Testing’
A PAT test is a routine inspection of some types of electrical appliance to check they are safe to use. Its purpose is to prevent electrical accidents in the workplace.
A full PAT test should include both a visual inspection and a more in-depth check using specialist PAT testing equipment. This test includes earth continuity, lead polarity, and insulation resistance checks.
Some appliances only need a reduced test, called a PAT insulation test. At the end of a PAT test, every appliance should be marked ‘passed’ or ‘failed’. Ideally there should be a record of the results.
The types of equipment in your workplace that needs to be tested include:
- Fixed appliances
- Stationary appliances
- IT appliances
- Moveable appliances
- Portable appliances
- Cables and chargers
- Hand Held appliances