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Landlords - Henfield

Landlords: You're responsible for your tenant's electrical safety in Henfield - don't be prosecuted 

Are you a Landlord without an up to date Electrical Installation Condition Report or PAT Test certificate?

Pro Electrical have registered electricians at hand to help landlords in the Henfield area. Our qualified Part P electrical contractors exist to provide safe solutions to all your electrical needs.


As a landlord in Henfield, you are responsible for your tenant's safety. It is a legal requirement to ensure that qualified electricians install your electrics and that you have these tested correctly. So, here at Pro Electrical, we provide help and assistance to landlords in Henfield – helping them achieve safe and correct electrical installations. 

If you are a landlord – you are responsible for amending faults and have regulations to uphold. If your tenant suffers a severe injury or worse and electrical defects cause it, this could lead to prosecution for manslaughter – with a considerable fine of up to £5,000. If you're a landlord and you are unaware of this – you are not alone. Recent research suggests that 40% of landlords are not aware of the penalties of failing electrical safety.


Are you a landlord in  Henfield? Would you rather pay for a professional, trustworthy electrician or put your residents and yourself at risk? Call us today on 0800 644 6394 or email us at info@pro-electrical.co.uk.

Why is electrical safety so important?

Statistics realised from the Electrical Safety Council state that an astonishing 2.5 million people received a main voltage electric shock – resulting in 19 individuals being killed. Not only that, but this can also cause fires. Due to a lack of maintenance, in the same year, 43,351 accidental domestic fires were caused. Of these, over 50% were of electrical origin. Don't let your tenants in Henfield become a statistic – ensure their safety by using our services.


At Pro Electrical Henfield, we can stop these statistics increasing. Even though it is a tenant's responsibility to report any electrical faults and problems – it is a landlord's responsibility to ensure inspections are carried out and that electrical installations have been performed correctly.


An individual's home should be a safe environment. Throughout the day electricity is used from watching the television to washing your clothes. But without proper electrical installation – you and your tenants could be at risk!


It is your responsibility