Landlords: You're responsible for your tenant's electrical safety in Billingshurst - don't be prosecuted
Are you a Landlord without an up-to-date Electrical Installation Condition Report or PAT Test certificate? Secure one today.
Pro Electrical can help landlords in Billingshurst with all their electrical needs. Our team of registered electrical engineers exist to provide safe and correct electrical solutions to ensure your residents are secure in their home. Landlords are legally responsible for amending any electrical faults and making sure to keep to regulations. This is why at Pro Electrical we provide registered electricians to all landlords in the Billingshurst area.
In Billingshurst, putting your tenants at risk of severe injury or potential death will lead to prosecution, with a fine of up to £5,000. By law, all landlords must be able to prove that all electrical installation meets Part P to avoid prosecution. This can be achieved with proper electrical installation and safe wiring – negating to do so has serious consequences – you as a landlord are responsible that your tenants don't experience any problems.
Also, as a landlord, you have a duty to safeguard inspections so that all electrical appliances are safe and have the correct installation. You must ensure you use a registered electrician. Although some electricians offer cheaper services – they are usually unreliable, but, here at Pro Electrical all our engineers are Part P certified, meaning work is carried out professionally and in accordance with building regulations.
If you're a landlord in Billingshurst and haven't used a registered electrician, it is highly favoured by the government that you speak to a professional service such as us, to avoid penalties and fine. Call us today on 0800 644 6394. Or, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org- we are here to help.
Death and injury from electrical faults are increasing rapidly. But, Pro Electrical can help prevent this! According to the Electrical Safety Council in recent years, a concerning 350,000 people were seriously injured due to main voltage shocks – but even more worryingly 19 of these people were killed. Electric shocks can be fatal, consequently, if you are a landlord; you're responsible for amending these severe electrical faults.
Additionally, more research suggests that over 20,000 fires a year are caused by faulty electricity, with electrical products generating 89% of all electrical fires. This makes it clear that without proper electrical installation, you could be at risk!