We supply Portable Appliance Testing / PAT testing in Fife and surrounding areas. We have 46 years experience with PAT testing. We provide low cost testing and appliance repairs while providing a quality service. Our prices start from as low as £1 per item. We can provide a fixed quote for our PAT testing services or a simple price per item which includes microwave testing . We provide a Certificate of Electrical Inspection of Appliances with every test.
Our PAT testing services are provided by fully qualified electricians. The electricians are trained specifically in portable appliance testing and appliance repairs.
We can carry out portable appliance testing in the home, office or industrial premises. We can also test your Microwave for compliance. Individual items can be brought to our office for low cost testing. Our testers do not require power and can be used in vehicles or rural locations. We provide pat testing for construction sites and all engineers carry relevant health and safety training. We specialise in Pat testing for rented properties and Private landlords for either landlord appliances or tenants.
If you are renting out your home or running a business you need to be sure the appliances you provide are safe. If you are a private landlord or provide your services at other peoples property you require PAT testing for all appliances.
We are the number one choice for PAT testing in Fife and surrounding areas. We provide free quotes and fixed costs for every customer. We also supply landlord safety certificates and Electrical Inspection Condition Reports which can be carried out at the same time time.
We have supplied portable appliance testing services to a range of customers in Fife. From the MOD in Fife, Fife NHS, Fife Council, Barnados, Oxfam and other happy customers all over Scotland.
All our customers are provided with a PAT test certificate? Every portable appliance is stickered with a test label with our company name and contact details.
A portable appliance is basically anything which has a 13-amp plug top. Believe it or not, a washing machine, a plasma television and even an extension lead are portable appliances. More than one thousand injuries are reported to the HSE every year due to electric shock from a faulty portable appliance – many people are therefore fined for negligence.