Integrated Services are a full NICEIC approved electrical contractor and can undertake all aspects of electrical work including:
- Electrical Maintenance and Fault Finding
- Domestic electrical installations and rewires
- Lighting upgrades including replacement of existing or additional lighting
- Installation or replacement of Electric or Domestic Showers
- Distribution board upgrades to latest standards
- Testing and inspection to the current IEE regulations
- Industrial maintenance and installations in single and three phase supplies
- Installation of cable tray, trunking and conduit containment
- Specialist in 3 phase control circuits, motor controls and fault finding
All works undertaken are tested and electronically certified to the latest British Standard.
Electrical works involving wiring in 'special locations' or the installation of new wiring will also automatically be submitted for certification by your local building control department in compliance with Part P of the current building regulations.
Testing and Inspection of Properties (Now referred to as Electrical Condition Reports)
We undertake full test and inspections of properties old and new for Customers (including Landlords) requiring an Electrical Installation Condition Report. The inspection is an intrusive survey of the installation, and involves the physical inspection of a number of parts of the installation and testing of all the wiring within the installation. Results are recorded and included within the report issued to the customers.
The report highlights any items within the installation that are either unsafe, poorly installed or that don't comply with the current version of the regulations (which are categorised into key priority areas). We would also provide customers with a quotation for any works identified within the report that need attention. However it remains the customers choice as to which part of the issues highlighted within the report they wish to action.
British standards (BS7671) recommends that the domestic properties are to be tested at intervals of no more than every 10 years.