Professional Electrical Testing Essex

When everything seems to be working as it should, it’s easy to forget to check for any problems that may be lying undetected. But before you know it, these issues are suddenly very noticeable, and very problematic.

That’s why when it comes to your electrical systems, it’s important that you keep on top of your testing. Whether it’s to ensure the safety of the system, keep it as efficient as possible, or just because you’re legally required to, you’ll need a professional who can identify any and all problems when testing.

Quest Installation are experts at all things electrical. From testing to installation to maintenance, we have the skills and experience to make sure you’re getting the absolute most out of your systems while staying safe.

If you’re in need of electrical testing or need an expert electrician for any other reason, why not get in touch with us, and find out more about our services.

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    What is Electrical Testing?

    Electrical testing is the process of inspecting an electrical system, whether it be in a house, a device, or elsewhere, with the aim of making sure that everything is working as it should.

    • Electrical testing is a relatively broad term, and can be broken down into specific types of testing. These include:
    • Continuity testing: Used to ensure that a system’s wires, connection and other components can carry an electrical current without interruption.
    • Ground resistance testing: used to make sure that a system is effective at grounding a current, keeping it safe to use.
    • Insulation resistance testing: used to measure the resistance of electrical insulation, making sure that it’s effective and safe to use.
    • Voltage testing: Used to check for faulty wiring or other issues, it tests the electrical potential difference between two points in a circuit.

    How do I get my electrics tested?

    Unless you’re a professional electrician or have extensive experience working with electrical systems, it’s highly recommended that you enlist the help of a professional when testing your electrics. It’s a dangerous task and doing it incorrectly can result in serious injury.

    If you are looking to hire a professional, take the time to find the right one. Electricians will all have different availability, costs, experience and qualifications.

    To find the right one for you, a good first step is always to ask your friends and family for a recommendation. If they’ve had a good experience with that electrician, there’s a good chance you will too.

    If this doesn’t turn up anything, search online. Make sure to check their reviews, testimonials, prices and qualifications before getting in touch and asking for a quote.

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    Why do I need to get my electrics tested?

    Like most things, electrical circuits deteriorate over time. When this happens, there’s a risk that things can go wrong, causing potential safety hazards.

    But until you start to notice problems, it’s easy to delay testing your electrics. But there are many reasons why you should keep up to date with your electrical tests, and these include:

    • Safety – electrical tests can identify any problems with your electrics which could be potentially dangerous.
    • Regulations – in a lot of cases, it’s required by law to get your electrics tested periodically.
    • Efficiency – electrical systems that are older and aren’t cared for tend to be less efficient, meaning that you have to spend more to get the same amount of power.
    • Prevents damage – electrical systems that have deteriorated pose a substantial fire hazard. Left unchecked, you could be risking a fire breaking out in your property.


    How much does an electrical test cost UK?

    While there are a number of electrical tests available, each with their own varying costs, it costs between £150 and £240 to obtain your Electrical Safety Certificate for an average house in the UK.

    What does EICR mean?

    EICR stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report. Previously known as Fixer Wire Testing, it’s the process of having a skilled person check that your electrical installations are all safe to use, with no risk of fire or shocks.

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    Expert Electrical Testers

    When it comes to electrical testing, there’s a lot to cover. And it’s important that it is all covered, otherwise you risk injury, damage, and not complying with the law.

    Electrical Testing

    Quest Installation are able to cover this ground thanks to:

    • Our range of services – we provide all manner of electrical services, ensuring that your electrical needs are always met, whatever they are.
    • Experience – we have the knowledge and experience to take on any electrical challenge, and do it with quality workmanship.
    • Customer Service – we always strive to meet your needs, and if you have any questions or concerns, we’re always happy to take the time to chat.

    If you’re in need of electrical testing Essex, or have any other electrical needs, then get in touch with us today to benefit from an expert electrical service.