Whether you want a PAT testing quote or guidance for your appliance testing we can help.
Most people know what they want and just want a price for that, which is great, please fill in this form or email us and we’ll get back to you asap.
If however you do not know what you need, or have further questions arrange a site survey where we will visit you to discuss your requirements and do a quick count of your appliances. This also presents a good opportunity to talk about risk assessments and how that can determine the best PAT testing frequency.
We price every job on merit taking into account what the job entails, how long it will take, etc. Complete all your details and we’ll send you a price to do your testing.
Get a PAT Testing quote
All quotes include:
Free minor repairs – including changing fuses and plugs, or repairing the existing cable
High standards – appliances tested in accordance with IET Code of Practice guidelines
All appliance types tested including portable and integrated
Unique ID numbers – each item labelled with a new number that directly refers to the PAT report
PAT Report and Certificate issued promptly
Thermal Imagery – for checking servers that can’t be turned off
Notification of any failed appliances whilst on site, and what to do
Some people will be looking for the cheapest price; cheap pat testing usually means corner cutting, and when the risk of that is a serious accident we do not get involved. If you are looking for the cheapest price, those boys who charge 50p an item for example, you’re not going to find it here. We offer a professional service with high standards; at sensible prices but not the cheapest. We also don’t offer guarantees to beat cheaper prices. We may be willing to consider it for the right job but we don’t guarantee it. Our prices are fair, and based on the service you get from an engineer with over 10 years experience.
When do a PAT testing quote for any job we consider many variants to ensure the price we offer you is a cost effective one.
If you want further guidance on PAT testing have a look at this HSE guidance document for equipment used in low risk environments.