Landlord Electrical Checks

Landlord electrical checks – What is required?

As a landlord you have a responsibility to carry out your landlord electrical checks. The landlord electrical checks required are an electrical installation condition report (EICR), portable appliance testing & fixed appliance testing (PAT testing) and visual electrical inspections. Failure

new guidelines for smoke detectors in Scotland’s home’s

New guidelines for smoke detectors in the home.

There are new regulations which have been released by the Scottish government that require all homeowners and landlords to have interlinked smoke, heat and carbon monoxide detectors fitted throughout the homes of Scotland. These regulations come into force in February 2021. You can see the guidance document from

Portable appliance testing and your business!

Portable Appliance Testing

Your business must have all it’s portable and fixed appliances tested at regular intervals and depending on the item can be as little as every six month’s. This is to ensure that no electrical fault has occurred on this piece of current carrying equipment, which in turn assures you and your clients of