The Tradesmen you can trust
The Members of your TradeSkills team are carefully selected for their integrity, quality of workmanship and very importantly their determination to leave every customer fully satisfied
Each of our Tradesmen personally guarantee their own work.
So do you need a tradesman now?
Chances are TradeSkills has the right tradesman for your job. With a huge variety of suitably qualified, experienced and reliable tradesmen on our team, contact us to get the right one for you!
Electrical Inspectors for Electrical Inspections in Auckland
Ensure your Electrical wiring and appliances are maintained in a safe working condition by having a Registered Electrical Inspector perform an Electrical Inspection for you.
Peace of mind -
Protecting the people you care about.
Once one of our Electrical inspectors has inspected your property they can give it a clean bill of health.
In the last 10 years there has been a large increase in electrical appliances in family homes, rental properties and offices. Often this has placed substantial pressure on existing wiring, plugs and switch boards.
The standard of wiring in older homes is often not good. Switches or broken plugs can be areas of concern especially when young children are around. Rodents and water can also create unseen issues
Inspections for Electrical Code of Compliance for Consents
When you submit an application for a Code of Compliance Certificate, you must obtain an energy work certificate on completion of any electrical work, as required by the Electricity Act 1992. TradeSkills electrical inspectors can organize this for you.
or further information on Code of Compliance Certificates
The Electrical inspections we do in Auckland
This includes inspections or residential and commercial installations - mains cables, wiring, protection devices etc
Work that requires Electrical Inspections as per Electricity Act 2012 and Electricity Regulation 2012
Certificate of verification (CoV) for existing installations required by the Auckland council or electrical board..
Warrant of Electrical Fitness (WoEF)This is for caravans, caravan parks, pleasure boats and boat marinas.
Pre purchase electrical inspectionsYou do not want additional costs when you buy a new home or rental property
Electrical inspections for Landlords or those becoming landlordsAccording to the Residential Tenancies Act a landlord must
Although frustratingly vague, dangerous or potentially dangerous wiring can cause a landlord serous problems if an issue arises. This can even be when a previous tenant has damaged the wiring. see www.dbh.govt.nz
- Provide and maintain the premises in a reasonable condition.
- Comply with all building, health and safety standards that apply to the premises.
If you require an electrical inspection of any type in any part of Auckland contact us today for an over the phone estimate.
Electrical inspector Steve
Qualified Electrical Inspector for over 20 years on the North Shore
Steve has been doing Electrical Inspections for other North Shore Electricians so they can sign off their Electrical work for over 20 years. He has also been inspecting and trouble shooting for the general public during this time. He has a considerable amount of experience at diagnosing and resolving faults.
Steve will also do PAT testing
Electrical inspectors for Central East and South Auckland
Electrical inspector Rahim
If you require Electrical testing for commercial buildings, residential or caravans,boats etc in Auckland Rahim is the inspector to call for.
A NZ trained, qualified and registered Electrician and Electrical Inspector for 10 years Rahim has the expertise and experience to conduct a wide range of electrical inspections.
Rahim's reputation for prompt reliable service has earned him recommendations from many clients.
If you Require an Electrician simply click on the appropriate area
Orewa , Whangaparaoa, North Shore, Central Auckland, South Auckland , Eastern Auckland
Further information on portable appliance Testing ( PAT ) the AS/NZS 3760
AS/NZS 3760 is a standard created by Standards Australia that outlines a testing method and frequency for electrical appliances. It was created to minimize electrical hazards in the workplace. Appliances are inspected for damage, and various measurements are made to the appliances' earth continuity, insulation, polarity, and physical condition. After testing has determined a pass, a tag is attached to the appliance lead indicating when it was tested, when the next test is due, and a tracking code. Retesting intervals of equipment can vary from 3 months to 5 years [1 ] depending of the environment where the equipment is located.
Frequency of testing
All new appliances should be tested prior to use
3 monthly - Building sites and hire equipment
6 monthly - Factories, work areas and cleaning equipment
Annually - Schools and all other areas
2 yearly - Residential areas of hotels, motels, rest homes
5 yearly - Some office and protected appliances
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