National Electrical Remedial Repair Services
Electrical remedial, minor works and repairs
We provide national electrical remedial repair work throughout the UK for our clients. Our team of fully qualified electrical engineers are all NICEIC registered with a broad range of skills and experience working within various client sectors.
Whether you are already a contract client of ours or are looking for a company that provide electrical remedial repair work for your building and property portfolios, get in contact with us. All work conducted by us will be compliant with most recent regulations and Electrical Minor Work Certificates will be provided as required.
Electrical remedial or minor works can include:
Repairs to electrical installation following an Electrical Installation Condition Report (Fixed Wire Test)
Replacement of electrical installation where damage has occurred
Replacement of small power (sockets) that are old or damaged
Replacement of failing emergency light systems
Replacement of lighting including LED
Electrical remedial repairs following an EICR
If you have recently had a Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) completed for your premises, this may have highlighted some faults and defects that require attention. Your EICR will clearly show where faults have been found and a code will have been assigned to each one. Here are the definitions of the codes:
Code C1 Fault | This means that there is an immediate danger and requires urgent attention and repair as soon as possible
Code C2 Fault | This means there is a potential danger and is in unsatisfactory condition which require attention
Code C3 Fault | This means that a fault has been observed and there are recommended improvements that can be made
Whether you have had your EICR completed and require electrical remedial repair work or have yet to have your EICR completed, we would be happy to provide you a quotation for works or to conduct the required testing, to ensure your building remains compliant with current regulations.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 places legal duties on employers to protect the employed through the provision of a safe working environment. Statutory Compliance is a legal requirement and normally the responsibility lies with a nominated person or team within the compliant company. JCW work with Operations Manager, Facilities Manager, Building Managers or Health, Safety and Compliance Managers. All can be tasked with the responsibility of Statutory Compliance and we will be happy to support you.
If you want to find out more about your responsibilities with regard to electrical testing in the workplace then download our free eBook - A Guide to Electrical Compliance and Testing by clicking here.