Services We Offer

In addition to the information below, RRP provides fire alarm, security and data installations to all sectors in which we serve.

We also carry out inspection & testing on portable appliances and electrical equipment (commonly known as PAT testing). This provides assurance to landlords that appliances in let domestic properties, offices and industrial units are safe for continued use.


As registered domestic installers, we are legally able to carry out installation work within domestic properties and on completion, self certify our work, including the notifying of completed works to local authorities to meet the requirements of building regulation Part P.

Please note that any installation work carried out by non-registered contractors is against the law.

Works we carry out include the following

  • Partial and full rewires
  • Additional sockets/lighting
  • New consumer units
  • External/garden electrics


We have vast experience of working in offices, shops, restaurants, hotels, schools and churches, from the addition of outlets to a complete installation.


As with our commercial work, we are very experienced carrying out works in industrial facilities including kitchens, factories and laundries.

Installation/Maintence, Inspection & Testing

Regardless how safe an electrical installation is when installed, (which should be the case for several years after completion), electrical installations are subject to wear and tear, damage and possible overheating or over loading. Therefore it is important that regular maintenance is carried out and a record of the same is kept by the owners and occupiers.

RRP carries out scheduled maintenance works to several commercial/industrial properties.

As part of electrical safety, all installations should be periodically inspected and tested to ensure they will not be affected by damage, wear and tear, overheating cables or equipment. We are vastly experienced in this field, and have carried out inspection and tests since 1994.

On completion of an inspection and test, we issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report (or EICR) which either advises that the installation is satisfactory or unsatisfactory. In the case of the latter, we are able to advise the person(s) ordering the work as to what is required to bring the installation up to standard.

Periods between inspection and tests vary dependant on the installation as follows

New installations :

  • Domestic: No more than 10 years from completion
  • Industrial/Commercial: No more than 5 years from completion

  • Existing installations : This is usually it the discretion of the Inspecting Engineer once the condition of the installation has been determined in all cases.