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Positive Electrical can offer a highly comprehensive range of commercial services across London and Essex.

Through teams of our expert commercial electricians we have built a reputation on our quality or work, design, installation, repair and maintenance of electrical works in sectors such as offices, schools, hospitals, and new builds.

All works are carried out to the latest edition of the wiring regulations.

LED Lighting Upgrades

LED lighting has numerous benefits and most importantly it can save your business hundreds of pounds each year. It will also significantly reduce your maintenance costs as the lights offer over 50,000 hours of life compared to the normal 3,000 hours.

It also improves the overall lighting quality for staff creating a better working environment.


Positive Electrical can carry out a site survey. We will calculate your current lighting energy consumption, details and number of existing lights.

From this data, we will be able to provide you with a quote to upgrade all the lights to LED and show your projected 5-year cost savings/carbon footprint.

LED lighting benefits

  • Costs savings unto 85%
  • Improved light quality
  • Low maintenance – saving you the cost of replacement lamps each year
  • Over 50,000 hours of life expectancy
  • Warranty up to 5 years giving peace of mind
  • Lower carbon emissions

Reduced fire hazard due to lower running temperature

Voice & Data

Positive Electrical are able to design, fit and maintain all types of voice and data systems.

Whether you require a full fit out for of voice and data points for an office or just an extra point added we are here to help.

Most businesses these days require structed network cabling, which will connect all computes & phone data points back to the patch panel.

Our expert engineers use the highest quality cable to ensure high transfer speeds and drops in the network.

We can do these works out of hours to reduce any “downtime” to your business.

When it comes do designing a network, the cabling infrastructure is often overlooked.

Data files are getting larger and people need things faster so it is important to have the right cable installed correctly.
Poor installation and poor-quality cabling will cause untold issues further down the line including transfer speed issues and sudden drops in network connection.

We offer the full package when it comes to data cabling, from the initial enquiry, design, install and any maintenance or repairs that could be needed after.

During the installation our team will use latest techniques and quality equipment to carry out works ensuring minimal down time and a stress-free experience. We can handle any size of installation from basic cable installation in a home/ small office to complete building installations.

Emergency Lighting

All businesses must have emergency lighting to operate automatically in the event an emergency and give sufficient illumination to enable all occupants to evacuate the premises safely.

It is a statutory requirement as part of the regulatory reform (fire safety) order 2005, that all businesses must have emergency lighting.

Monthly Testing:

All emergency lighting systems should be tested monthly.
The duration of the test should be sufficient to ensure that the luminaires operate correctly.
This can be carried out by a trained member of staff and they will need to complete a monthly logbook.

Annual Testing:
For the annual test, all the light will need to be switch off for the full duration of 3 hours. Any lights which do not last the duration of this test will be marked onto a lighting floorplan and a quote will be sent to rectify.

We can carry out testing and remedial works out of hours, to avoid any downtime to your business.

For all your emergency lighting needs why not get in touch with our friendly team today for prices and to book an appointment.
Why not save time and money and checkout our maintenance packages; we can take care of your monthly and annual tests as well as other services you may require.

Fire Alarm Systems

Positive Electrical can design, fit and maintain your fire alarm system.

We can remind you when your tests are due, so you can make sure your business insurance is still valid.

Whether you require an annual test of a full install we are happy to help.

Emergency Call-Outs

At Positive Electrical we’re all too familiar with the stress that an electrical emergency can cause. It can stop businesses trading and cause the workplace to become dangerous. A lot of fires are caused by faulty electrics and it is crucial that a professional is called out at the very first signs of a fault. We will send an expert engineer, who will restore any electrics to full working order.
We do not charge a call out fee. Our charges start when we get to site from £75+vat per hour.

5 Year EICR Testing

Positive Electrical offer the full range of electrical tests and inspections.
We are NICEIC approved contractors and are able to certify all of our work and report on existing installations to check if they are electronically sound.

Commercial electrical installation condition reports (EICR) are used to check the safety, operation and compliance of an electrical system. Like domestic reports, these are needed every 5 years on most commercial properties. As a commercial property owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that the building is in good condition and electrically sound.
Over time all electrical systems degrade from general use. Light switches or sockets become damaged, connections becoming loose and cable deterioration all of which can be avoided by carrying out regular maintenance.

Some of these issues are major risks i.e. loose connections, which cause fires and the loss of so much more than your property.

Electrical condition reports are a must if you are renting a property for business use. By law you are not required to have this report but they are usually required for insurance purposes. If any harm was to come of a person in your commercial property due to the electrical system, without a valid condition report there would be grounds for legal action against you.
A commercial EICR is a report on your fixed wiring, checking the safety and operation. These report’s differ greatly from PAT testing which tests portable appliances are safe to use. The final EICR report provides clearly recorded results, measurements and values taken during the inspection. From these results we are able to give appropriate recommendations on any damage or deterioration found (if any), that are needed to get the system to a serviceable and safe state.

PAT Testing

If you are a business owner then you may find that in order to achieve compliance with insurance you may require a PAT test.

If you are a business owner then you may find a PAT test is required to validate your insurance.

If you are a business owner then you may find a PAT test is required to validate your insurance.

We can carry out testing out of hours to avoid any downtime to your business.

All results will be recorded onto an electronic certificate and will details each appliance and their locations.

Remedial Works

What happens if the EICR fails

Any observations are recorded and  assigned a code indicating its degree of non-compliance or severity.

A code 1 item indicates immediate danger requiring attention.

A code 2 item indicates that urgent improvement is required.

A code 3 item indicates that improvement is recommended.

If an installation has any code 1 or code 2 items present it cannot be deemed satisfactory.

Should your EICR fail you will be required to carry out Code 1 & Code 2 works in ordered to gain a “satisfactory” certificate.

We will send a separate quote for Code 3 items however these are just recommendations and are not required in order to gain a “satisfactory” certificate.

We can carry out all remedial works and a detailed quote will be sent with a breakdown price per item, and we clearly explain any observations and how we will rectify them.

Any damage that may be caused from the works will also be advised so you are fully aware of any remedial costs.

Types of Certificates we offer

  • Landlords certificates
  • Certificates for home buyers
  • Insurance building certificates
  • PAT Test certificates
  • Same day electronic certificates

Things to consider when selecting a company

Please be wary before you search the internet trying to get the cheapest price.

A lot of companies will just have the main director registered with a governing body such the NICEIC or NAPIT however their engineers are not registered nor do they have the required qualification to carry out the test. All of our engineers are registered with NICEIC and can sign off their own work and issue certificates.


We offer full range of electrical test and inspections for domestic and commercial premises.

These works can be scheduled “out of hours” if required and will can provide you with a complete breakdown of faults along with quotations to correct any faults found.

We send a copy of the certificate electronically the same day and take photos to help provide a clear explanation with the report.

As a Landlord do i need a EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report)

Landlords are required to provide electrical installation certificates to show appliances and new equipment is safe, but there is no legal requirement to have it regularly inspected. However, there are several pieces of legislation that landlords could fall foul of if they provide faulty electrics to tenants. Legislation such as the Landlord and Tenant Act require landlords to respond to any requests for repairs and a claim could also be brought under the Consumer Protection Act if a property is found to be unsafe.

Why should i have a EICR

An EICR is like an MOT for your vehicle.

We will carry out a series or tests to make sure the electrics comply with current regulations and are fit for purpose.

An EICR will uncover any faults or potential problems with your installation.

Should we find any faults, they will be detailed and recorded onto a certificate with photographic evidence to help explain the issue.

If you are a landlord or business owner you man find you require an EICR for compliance as your insurance policy maybe invalid by not having one in place.

How often should a EICR be carried out

The Institute of Electrical Engineers recommends 10 years as the maximum period between tests but this relates to the period between the initial inspection (when the installation was first installed) and the first periodic inspection/test.

Test thereafter are recommended by the Electrical Safety Council every 3-5 years or on a change of tenancy


If you’re looking for a Domestic Electrician then we’re here to help!

Positive Electrical can provide you with an extensive range of electrical services.

Be it a full or partial rewiring, a tripping circuit, or just show extra power points our dedicated team of Domestic Electricians are here to help!

Why got give us a call and speak to one of our friendly staff who would be happy to assist you.

Retail & Commercial Works

Positive Electrical has many years of experience working in the retail and commercial sector. Our expert engineers have worked on a vast range of projects from office refurbs, retail fit-outs to rewiring a factory.

We can work alongside main contractors, business owners, and architects following plans and executing the jobs to a high standard within the allocated time frame.

  • LED Lighting design and installation
  • Data voice/network cabling, Patch panels, Comms cabinets and server backup circuits
  • Fire alarm, CCTV and security installation
  • Office & retail electrical installation and refurbishment
  • Emergency lighting design and installation


Positive Electrical continue to strive for excellence is both customer care and quality of works… As with all things in life, we continue to expand our knowledge and invest in our engineers by providing ongoing training and advanced courses. We are accredited to various association to confirm our high standards and commitment to our clients.

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