PAT Testing service for domestic Landlords
Why do Landlords require PAT Testing?
Landlords have a legal duty to ensure that any electrical equipment provided, is safe before a tenancy begins and throughout its duration.
Landlords should provide tenants with a record of any electrical inspections. They are also responsible for communal areas of a house, block of flats or areas in common use with other tenants. Landlords are increasingly being asked to produce PAT Testing certificates by letting agents and councils for H.M.O applications. PAT Testing is a simple way for Landlords to show they have met their obligations in respect of safety for their electrical appliances.
Therefore, there is a need to regularly maintain and inspect the electrical appliances provided. Electrical safety is a key responsibility for landlords to keep their tenants safe and avoid fines. As a Landlord, PAT Testing is a cost efficient way to give you peace of mind.
Our Landlord PAT Testing service
We offer Landlords a competitive and reliable PAT Testing service with prices from just 75p per item.
We are based in Speke, Liverpool, however, we carry out PAT Testing on properties across Merseyside. We have clients in Chester, St Helens, Southport, Huyton and across the whole of Liverpool.
Regardless if its one property or a portfolio of properties we have a PAT testing solution for you. Our trained and accredited engineers use the latest in handheld PAT Testing equipment. This ensures testing is quick and efficient; ensuring minimal disruption.
Our service includes
In-service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment
110V & 240V
Microwave oven leak test
Professional management of your assets
Certified and trained engineers
Pass/fail test results & completion Certificates
Pass and fail labels on all items
Free fuse replacement (as required Free of Charge)
Plug re-wiring and replacement
Repair service offered for most minor repairs
What do Landlords need PAT Testing?
Electrical appliances supplied to tenants need a combined visual test and inspection. Landlords should carry this out every 12 months but this can vary depending on usage.
Landlords require a record to be kept as part of the tenancy agreement. The record should state who carried out the checks and the date of inspection. For domestic landlords this includes; fridges, freezers, washing machines, ovens, hobs, extractor hoods, televisions and table lamps.
With 35 years of electrical experience, our testers have a vast amount of knowledge working in different style proprieties. We have a diverse client base which includes, hotels, hospitals, schools, landlords and offices. Our PAT Testers are used to working in different environments and also problem solving, should a problem arise.
What to expect
Our team offer a hassle-free PAT Testing service from start to finish for Landlords. Call or email one of friendly staff for a instant quote. Once you are happy with the quote we will arrange a time and date to fit around you.
On the day of testing our engineers will arrive at your property on time and ready to test. To aid our engineers we will ask for you to ensure all the items are easily accessible and their locations are identified prior to the visit.
Our engineers can normally PAT Test between 150-200 items a day. We would normally allow a few hours for a house or rented accommodation. Each item will be fully tested and identified with a test sticker, identifying if the item has failed or passed. Before leaving the property our engineers will ensure everything is returned to its original location and all appliances are left safe.
On completion you will be emailed a certificate and a detailed report of each item. The certificate acts as proof that the person responsible has taken steps necessary to ensure safety. The detailed report will highlight the pass or fails of each item.