Landlord Legal Obligations
Anyone who lets residential accommodation such as houses, flats and holiday homes as a business is required by law to ensure the equipment that they supply as part as there tenancy is safe.
A record should be made of all the goods supplied as part of the tenancy agreement and of any inspections made on these items. These appliances normally include fridge freezers, washing machines, dishwashers, toasters, kettles, televisions, lamps, vacuum cleaners etc.
Any portable appliances you provide should have the CE marking (which is the manufacturers claim that it meets the requirements of European Law).
How we work with Landlords
Our local, fully qualified engineer will carry out thorough safety checks and will ensure that all your electrical appliances are in fully working order and safe to use by carefully inspecting every component.
Surrey Electrical Safety has carried out the PAT Testing for a number of our rental properties on an annual basis for many years now. We have always been extremely happy with the service provided and would recommend them to other businesses with ease.
An excellent service in every respect. SES contact us at least a month before our PAT testing certificate expires and then attend our office on an agreed date to carry out the testing. Everything happens with the minimum disruption. This is a great service.