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Electrical Testing & Inspection Services

We provide a number of services which ensure your electrical work is safe and compliant.

Electrical Contractors You Can Trust

Both NICEIC and ECA registered, My Elec Group services are tailor-made for each individual customer ranging from a complete Electrical Inspection to a Minor Works Certification, whether it’s one of multiple sites. Our test electricians pride themselves on understanding your priority, which is to carry out your day to day work without disruption.

Domestic Electrical Testing


Commercial Electrical Testing


School Electrical Testing


Retail Electrical Testing


Insurance Electrical Testing


Fire Alarm Certification


Landlord Electrical Testing


Emergency Lighting Certification



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Commercial Test & Inspection

Helping Businesses Stay Compliant

Did you know that you are legally obliged under the Electricity at Work Act 1989 to ensure your business premises are regularly inspected and tested?

And did you know that only NICEIC Approved electrical contractors can test and issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) for a commercial building?

With My Elec you can be confident that your property will be inspected by experienced, qualified electricians – and you’ll know the cost in advance!

Commercial Testing
Electrical Testing

Types of Electrical Tests

Testing electrical systems involves a range of tests that assess various aspects of their functionality and safety. These tests help identify potential issues, measure electrical parameters, and ensure compliance with safety standards. Here are some of the most common types of electrical tests:

  1. Continuity testing : This test is performed to check the integrity of electrical connections. It involves measuring the resistance of conductors to ensure there are no breaks or loose connections that could impede the flow of electricity.

  2. Insulation resistance testing : Insulation resistance tests measure the resistance of insulation materials used in electrical circuits. By assessing the quality of insulation, this test ensures that electrical conductors are adequately protected from short circuits and other potential hazards.

  3. Earth loop impedance testing : This test measures the impedance of the earth loop, which is the path that allows fault currents to return to the source. It helps identify any faults in the earthing system, ensuring effective fault protection and preventing shocks.

  4. RCD testing : Residual Current Devices (RCDs) are safety devices that quickly disconnect the power supply when they detect a leakage current. RCD testing ensures that these devices are functioning correctly, providing an additional layer of protection against electric shocks.

  5. Voltage drop testing : Voltage drop testing helps assess the voltage drop across electrical circuits under load. High voltage drops can indicate issues such as undersized conductors or excessive distance, which can lead to inefficient power delivery and potential equipment damage.

  6. Thermal imaging: Thermal imaging utilizes infrared technology to detect abnormal heat patterns in electrical systems. It helps identify potential faults, such as loose connections or overloaded circuits, which can lead to electrical fires or equipment failure.

These are just a few examples of the tests conducted to ensure the safety and efficiency of electrical systems. Each test serves a specific purpose and provides valuable insights into the overall health of the system. To perform these tests effectively, commercial electricians rely on a variety of tools and equipment

Call Today to find out just how much we can help you with your electrical compliance

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