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DDR Electrical are an NICEIC Approved Contractor, ensuring high-quality work, and most importantly, safe work too. If your property hasn't been checked for electrical safety for some time, or you have no safety certificates, contact us today for a comprehensive assessment to keep you, your property and your family or tenants safe.

Landlord safety certificates

As a landlord, you are responsible for maintaining the safety of the electrics in your property including maintenance, ongoing safety checks and keeping a record of all checks and inspections. If you need your property to be assessed or maintained, call DDR Electrical today for a reliable and safe service.

PAT Testing

Portable Appliance Testing (or PAT) is the process of routinely checking electrical appliances for safety, and must be carried out by a qualified electrician. In the UK, PAT testing has become a vital part of Health and Safety requirements for landlords and employers, and all portable electrical appliances must be certified as safe. PAT testing is designed for the protection of employees and tenants. Portable appliances can include microwaves, televisions, kettles and almost anything else that can be connected to the mains.

When is your next PAT testing due?

Under strict PAT regulations, many appliances need PAT testing at regular intervals. The actual time between tests depends on the type of appliance and the environment in which it is typically used. An annual test is the typical requirement.

Arrange your next PAT testing now!

If you think that you may require PAT testing, contact DDR Electrical for more information and a free estimate. We have extensive experience with the PAT process, and will take on both small jobs of under ten appliances, as well as big jobs of over a hundred. We are fully qualified to carry out the tests to an impeccable standard, and every tested appliance is labelled with a pass or fail, and when it next due for testing.

What DDR Electrical can do for you

  • Visual inspections
  • Full safety inspections
  • Full safety testing
  • PAT testing
  • Issue landlord safety certificates
  • Ensure you have up-to-date documents
  • Committed to meeting regulations
  • Honest, reliable and educated safety advice