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Upkeepone specialises in PAT testing certificate and as a registered specialist guarantee that you would receive the highest quality service at an incredibly competitive price. Most importantly, Upkeepone provides reputable and professional service at some of the lowest rates to business, schools, colleges, proprietors, hotels, hospitals, home builders, shops and lots of other types of organisations.

Frequently, Upkeepone serves from the heart of London to the East Coast including Greater London, Essex, Kent, Hertfordshire, Surrey and Sussex.

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Another key point, all electrical engineers adhere to Part P qualifications and are regulated and accredited by either the:

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Prices / Costs- PAT Testing Certificate

PAT Testing (Up to 5 items) for residential property from £135 ( Offer: Inspections and provide a complete certificate from £95 )

Testing (Up to 10 items) for residential property from £180 ( Offer: Inspections and provide a complete certificate from £140 )

(More than 10 items for residential property from £10 each item).

Furthermore, testing for more than one property with up to 6 items in each property from £90 (Flat rate)

( Offer: Inspections and provide a complete certificate from £60 )

£12 each for any additional appliance. Find more about commercial PAT.

To clarify, please call office if you need a testing certificate for more than 20 items.

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Legal requirement

In fact, The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 requires to maintain all electrical equipment that has the potential to cause injury. However, the Regulation does not specify what needs testing, by whom or how frequently.

The frequency of inspection and testing depends upon the type of equipment and the environment it is used in. For the employer: The law requires to ensure that their electrical equipment is maintained in order to prevent danger.

By all means, get a PAT Testing certificate to fulfil your obligation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Surely, it is the term used to describe the evaluation of electrical home appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use.

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Point often overlooked, you should provide all new equipments in a safe condition and not need an official portable appliance assessment or test. To confirm, you should carry out a basic check to verify the product is not damaged.

Important to realise, it is an essential legal requirement, and without up to date certificate, your insurance could be invalid. In general, The frequencies of Tests are recommendations based on the kind of devices and range from 3 to 48 months, relying on its operating environment testing needs.

There is no legal obligation to label equipment, nor is there a requirement to keep records of these actions. However, history and labelling can be a valuable management tool for monitoring and reviewing the effectiveness of the maintenance plan – and to demonstrate that a scheme exists.

To point out, obtain a PAT Testing certificate from a qualified assessor.

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