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PAT Testing for the UK

Our experienced PAT testers come to your work or home to do PAT testing UK, to inspect, maintain and test electrical equipment to make sure it is safe to continue using, as is required by Health and Safety at Work. 

We guide our clients on risk-based retest periods, and provide PAT Testing Certificate Reports by the end of the week

Call us on 0191 666 1009


With over 25 years combined PAT testing experience, we aim to offer the very best appliance testing service in London and throughout the UK


We are City & Guilds qualified, PAT Testing Expert trained, CHAS accredited, and DBS Checked so you can be assured of the best possible service from specialist engineers that will do a thorough job.

Value for Money

Our PAT testing prices are very competitive especially considering the high standards we provide; we don’t rush jobs and thoroughly inspect every appliance. Contact us today for a free PAT testing quote

PAT Testing UK

We have been providing PAT testing in the UK since 2009, and currently have more 5-star Google reviews than any competitor. 

We provide electrical testing services in workplaces such as offices, schools, salons, shops, catering, hotels, etc as well as for home workers

We are CHAS accredited contractors and approved members of the Portable Appliance Testing Trade Association 

Why do we need to get PAT testing done?

In every business someone has to be responsible for managing health and safety, and it is that person who must ensure electrical equipment that the business owns, is safe to use at all times, as is required by the Electricity at Work Regulations. PAT testing is the best way to check an electrical appliance is safe, and to assess whether maintenance is required.

Regular PAT tests check if an appliance is safe, or if repairs are needed, and in most cases the engineer doing the tests should be able to complete the repairs. The PAT tests will also help to assess the risks associated with the appliances being used at work.

Regular PAT tests helps to reduce the risk of fire, through fault finding and resolution; and in turn fire risk assessments require regular PAT testing to be carried out to reduce the risk to the business.

Regular PAT tests help to identify counterfeit equipment and recalled products, thus helping to remove dangerous equipment from the workplace.

Regular PAT tests are usually required as part of an insurance policy, or for health and safety accreditation. For example most commercial insurers require annual PAT tests to be carried out, to reduce the risk of electrical accident insurance claims.

PAT tests are required for Government led licensing requirements, such as for caravan lettings, licensed premises, medical centre inspections, etc.

These are just a few of the many good reasons why you should get your electrical equipment PAT tested.

When we do PAT testing for our clients we carry out repairs automatically, usually free of charge, do additional checks on Microwave ovens, assess the safety of equipment use in your workplace, recommend appropriate retest periods and get your PAT test Certificate to you within 5 days.

What are the benefits of PAT Testing?

PAT testing improves safety in the workplace as is required by the Health and Safety at Work Act

✅  Regular electrical inspection and testing helps you ensure electrical equipment is safe

✅  PAT assesses the suitability of an appliance for the environment it is being used in (to help you comply with) The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998

  PAT testing records can be used to demonstrate compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 

✅  Regular PAT testing helps you to comply with The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992

✅  Regular electrical tests in rental property help you comply with The Housing Act 2004 (England and Wales)

✅  PAT tests before the start of a tenancy help a landlord comply with The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s guidance

✅  Regular PAT tests help you comply with The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016

✅  If the plug of an appliance doesn’t meet the Plugs and sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994 we will change it for one that does.