Conforming to Health and Safety forms a legal priority for all businesses. All R&G staff are fully qualified and carry out all work in accordance to the BS7671 standards. We also ensure that work is completed efficiently and within project timescales.


An Electric Installation Condition Report (ECIR) is a fixed wire inspection test done on the electrical wiring of the property. This is done to find and outline problems with fixed wiring circuits that might present a risk in your building.

All fixed electrical installations in your property deteriorate with usage and over time. These might become a fire hazard and the only way you can know and rectify the problem is through an EICR report. You are required to do an EICR every 5 year to have all fixed electrical installations periodically inspected and tested by a qualified engineer who then produces a report to ascertain the safety of your tenants.

We will check all wiring installations for exposed wiring, exposed terminals, poor quality materials, correct type, bonding conductors, switchgear location and proper use of the installations. A detailed test is made on each of the circuits to determine if there are safety measures in place and if they operate efficiently in fault conditions. Once we complete all the tests and inspections, the wiring system will be in tip top condition.

After inspection, if there are any issues or problems, we have qualified electricians who can do all the repairs and maintenance works on the wiring system and we offer solutions to any problem found during the inspection.

Call us at 0800 652 5532 to have a qualified electrician carry out your EICR Inspection and electrical repairs.

* All electrical work by R&G Electrics UK is carried out by qualified and experienced electricians and conforms to, or exceeds the requirements of BS7671.

Electrical faults can happen at any time leaving you without lights or power. These issues can be one of many things such as fuse board problems, nuisance tripping, blown fuses, tripped RCDs, lighting and power faults and can greatly affect how your business runs unless it is taken care of immediately.

Our skilled, well trained and experienced engineers are able to locate these issues in a fast, efficient and cost-effective manner. All of our engineers here at R&G have years of training and experience in fault finding and can help you identify the issue and either have it repaired immediately or booked at a time convenient to you.

We cater properties across London and the Home Counties and we operate in a genuine 24hour Commercial Emergency Service and we respond to callouts within one hour, day or night.

Call us at 0800 652 5532 to have a qualified electrician carry out all your electrical repairs, installations, and rewiring.

* All electrical work by R&G Electrics UK is carried out by qualified and experienced electricians and conforms to, or exceeds the requirements of BS7671.

Commercial electrical installations differ from residential ones in many essential ways.  In business premises, new wiring remains fully accessible and out in the open, typically safeguarded by conduits to protect against hazards and the amount of voltage required is significantly higher.

Electrical wiring in business premises uses different materials such as thermoplastic materials with nylon high resistance coating inside the conduit to protect wiring. The electrician will make sure wiring and outlets are installed in a safe manner, depending on the potential hazards nearby using special insulation to further shield the wiring.

Here at R&G, we provide you the safest commercial electrical installation that meets your needs without sacrificing efficiency.

Our coverage area is across London and the Home Counties.

Call us at 0800 652 5532 to have a qualified electrician check and complete your property’s electrical installation.

* All electrical work by R&G Electrics UK is carried out by qualified and experienced electricians and conforms to, or exceeds the requirements of BS7671.

‘What is a PAT test?’ is a question we get asked all the time.

A PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) test is a routine inspection of electrical appliance to check they are safe to use. Its purpose is to prevent electrical accidents in the workplace. A full PAT test includes a visual inspection and in-depth check using specialized PAT equipment to determine whether the appliance “passed” or “failed” for the health and safety of the people in the workplace.

The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of equipment. This requires the implementation of a systematic and regular program or maintenance, inspection and testing.

Our aim here at R&G is to provide businesses with a simple and cost-effective solution for them to comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations, giving them peace of mind and promoting a safe working environment.

Under the Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) the obligation is in the following circumstances:
• Where the portable appliances are used by employees.
• Where the public may use appliances in establishments such as hospitals, schools, hotels, shops etc.
• Where portable appliances are supplied or hired.
• Where portable appliances are repaired or serviced.


As electricians and electrical contractors, R&G Electrics UK undertakes a wide range of installation work, from an extra socket to complete re-wiring of the house to large scale commercial refurbishment projects.

R&G Electrics UK also operates a genuine 24hr domestic & commercial emergency service; where we respond to callouts within one hour, day or night. For your peace of mind and security R&G Electrics UK is fully insured as per the requirements of the new building regulations (Part P) in force from 1st Jan 2005.

Repeat business is the foundation of any business and the creation of strategic partnerships with all stakeholders is crucial to any business’s continuing success. We constantly monitor our relationship with our staff, suppliers and clients to ensure we remain focused in delivering a reliable quality service with excellent value for money.



  • Is there a difference between a fuse and circuit breaker?

    They both perform the same function, disrupting the flow of electricity when a fault is sensed. A fuse will have to be replaced once it has tripped, whereas a circuit breaker won’t need replacement. It is for this reason that circuit breakers are more commonly used

  • What does the term “short circuit” mean?

    When a wire carrying an electrical current comes into contact with the grounded conductor wire, or the equipment ground wire, excessive heat is created. If you see sparks in your electrical panel, you’ve likely witnessed a short circuit and you should have it checked by an electrician.

  • What is a GFCI outlet?

    This type of electrical outlet is designed to protect you from electrical shock if moisture is present. They are commonly found in bathrooms, kitchens, outdoor outlets and garages. They feature test/reset buttons. Depress the “test” button to turn off the GFCI. The “reset” button turns it back on after it has tripped. If it doesn’t reset, you’ve got a problem and will need an electrician.

  • Why do my light bulbs blow out frequently?

    There are several reasons this could be occurring. However, one particular reason that should be ruled out, for the sake of fire safety, is overheating. A light fixture with poor airflow design will result in excessive heat buildup around the bulb. Having to replace bulbs again and again is not just an inconvenience, it’s also a fire hazard. Have your light fixtures inspected by an electrician if you notice that bulbs are constantly blowing out

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