A property's electrical system is one of those vital things that goes unnoticed and is often overlooked until it suddenly stops working, with the potential to cause untold damage or inconvenience and potentially costly emergency electrical repairs. Suddenly, something invisible becomes a pressing issue because you have to decide, 'Who are you going to call to fix it? Is that a fair price? How do you finance unexpected expenses?'
Such emergency measures can be avoided if the property's electrical installations are regularly tested and inspected by a qualified electrician. Electrical maintenance engineer registered with NICEIC are audited to ensure they meet these requirements.
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Many commercial properties and properties open to the public require regular electrical testing and certification to meet local government regulations and maintain insurance coverage. However, home installations are often neglected and tend not to be maintained or updated until a blackout occurs.
An electrical maintenance contract with an electrician or an NICEIC-certified electrician ensures that the property receives the recommended or required periodic inspections and tests each year. In most cases, a visual inspection by a qualified electrician will identify potential problems that can be addressed before an accident occurs, such as Hidden problems, poor grounding, or potentially dangerous high resistance connections.
By getting an electrical maintenance contract for your property, the chance of an unpleasant inconvenience or potential catastrophe caused by a defective electrical system can be significantly decreased.