Working to the highest possible standards, and we pride ourselves on our first class reputation, providing all our customers value for money.
A family run business for the past 12 years we have built our business on reputation. Based in London, Abbey Maintenance Services are an NICEIC approved contractor.
Our capabilities include full design, installation, and maintenance services, and PAT testing for all electrical equipment.
Abbey Maintenance Services offer a wide range of electrical services for the home, listed below are some our services which can also include design and consultancy;
- Partial/Full rewires
- Lighting/power – alterations and additions
- External power and lighting
- Consumer unit upgrades
- Testing and inspection
- Loft conversions
Whether a school, shop, office or industrial unit we have a solution for you.
- Emergency lighting
- CCTV installation
- Intruder alarms
- Lighting/power – alterations and addition
- Testing and inspection
- PAT Testing
Testing & Inspection
Abbey Maintenance Services offer testing and inspection services to ensure your electrical installation complies with the IEE Wiring Regulations BS7671 (17th Edition).
We provide bespoke reports to our clients with a ‘Jargon-free’ assessment. Testing and inspected is a useful tool in assessing the integrity of an electrical installation. Testing is also a requirement for insurance policies, rental agreements, building control and peace of mind.
PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing)
Abbey Maintenance Services offer PAT testing that is cost effective to meet the requirements of commercial or landlord insurance policies. PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing)
Abbey Maintenance Services offer PAT testing that is cost effective to meet the requirements of commercial or landlord insurance policies.
Landlord / Tenants
Any electrical equipment provided by a landlord must be safe, although there is no requirement for a safety certificate.
A good landlord would have an electrical inspection carried out by an electrician before a new tenant moves in. If this has been done, each electrical appliance in the property should have a sticker on the plug showing the date it was tested. If the appliances in your accommodation have not been tested, you can ask your landlord to get an inspection done, although they are under no obligation to do so. If you’re really concerned, you can get an inspection carried out yourself.
A landlord is also responsible for maintaining and repairing the wiring and all electrical installations in your home that they have provided.