We certify the work is safe and complies with regulations before supply is connected. Certifications can be independently validated for authenticity with Energy Safety. If completed correctly, modern electrical and gas installations will remain safe for the installation’s expected life.
Yes, you should request one. As of the 1st July 2008, all electrical contractors must supply an electrical safety certificate within 28 days of their service. This certificate guarantees your work was safely performed by licensed electrical contractors and complies with regulation standards.
Yes you do. In 2009 it became compulsary for all houses, units, etc, being sold or rented to have smoke alarms fitted. Mains powered smoke alarms are wired into your house’s electrical system and have to be installed and tested by a licensed electrical contractor.
RCDs are safety devices designed to prevent death by electric shock. These devices monitor the flow of electricity within a circuit. If the amount of electricity flowing into a circuit exceeds the amount leaving, the RCD automatically cuts the electricity supply to the house.