Electral Testing
& Inspection
in Sussex

offering the best service possible, whatever the job

All Phase is fully registered with the Approved Contractors scheme run by the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NIC EIC), which regulates member companies and enforces the UK’s highest electrical standards.  This means that our highly qualified staff can carry out any form of electrical testing, such as providing safety certificates for small minor works to full EICR reports for domestic, commercial or industrial premises.

All Phase’s work is always carried out to comply with the latest regulations specified under British Standard BS 7671 “Requirements for Electrical Installations. IET Wiring Regulations”.
Testing and regular maintenance of electrical installations are vital because all cabling and equipment deteriorates over time. By periodically testing at the recommended intervals, All Phase can help to identify potential faults before they happen, reducing the risks of electric shock and prolonging the lifespan of your installation. To minimise disruption, we can arrange all of our testing or maintenance to be completed out of hours or at weekends to suit your requirements.

Electrical Installation Condition Reports

One of the most common tests carried out is an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), also commonly known as a periodic inspection, a landlord certificate, or electrical safety check ect.
When All Phase carries out this test for you, our qualified staff will inspect all electrical equipment and test all fixed wiring to see whether they display any signs of deterioration, damage or anything that does not comply to current BS7671 regulations.
You will receive a detailed report of our findings along with your NIC EIC certificate, which can be presented as a legally binding document recognised by Insurance companies, solicitors, estate agents, letting agents, and many more.

Fault finding

An electrical fault that leaves you and your home or workplace in the dark is not just an inconvenience – if you are a business owner it can also cost you lost earnings and trade. We offer a quick, emergency response callout service with engineers who can swiftly identify and rectify any electrical fault they encounter.

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

British law (the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989) requires that all electrical systems, including electrical appliances, are maintained (so far as is reasonably practicable) to prevent danger. Private houses are not covered by this legislation, although occupiers’ liability requires householders not to deliberately expose occupants or visitors to unreasonable risks.

Therefore, all portable appliances in a workplace or commercial property should be visually checked and electrically tested to ensure that they are safe to use. After All Phase has carried out a PAT inspection premises, we will issue you with a detailed register of all appliances that have passed or failed.

It is a legal requirement for employers to ensure that a workplace is safe for employees, and if there was a fire some insurance companies would request to see an up-to-date PAT register. Not having this document available could affect any payout from your insurer.


Routine maintenance and testing is a legal requirement under health and safety laws and, depending on the system, it should be done at periodic intervals.
All Phase can advise you on recommended testing intervals and issue you with any required certification needed for fire alarms, emergency lighting and EICRs etc