OUR SERVICES

OUR SERVICES

OUR UNIQUE COC process

  • INSPECT

    Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)

  • REPORT

    Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)

  • REPAIR

    Do any repairs that are needed.

  • ISSUE COC

    Congratulations COC issued.

RESIDENTIAL SERVICES (RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES)

Home renovations and electrical services are our specialties. SRE will ensure that your electrical installation meet the requirements of legislation and that your family will be safe.

RESIDENTIAL COC/ECOC (ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

This is an electrical certificate of compliance (COC) a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical installation on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).

In case of a fire caused by an electrical fault Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire, if the COC for your home or building is invalid. It is actually illegal to advertise a property as FOR SALE without a valid COC!

    • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
    • It is you, the home owners, responsibility to insist that an inspection is carried out by a qualified and registered electrician and that an up to date COC is issued before home transfer takes place. Not only will this ensure a hassle-free transfer and that your home is safe to live in, but you should not get nasty surprises later.

NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC.

This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

  1. A FULL Electrical Compliance Inspection varies between R1250.00 and R2800.00 incl vat (dependant on size).
  2. Repair costs can only be done after inspection.
  3. If original COC is to be couriered a once off amount of R115.00 vat incl will be charged.
  4. TRAVEL is charged at R5.50 vat incl/km for travel outside a 30km radius from the Grove Mall, Lynnwood Road.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday.
  2. These prices excludes any repairs required.
  3. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. Electricity supply must be on e.g. no loadshedding

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

WHY CAN’T WE JUST WRITE OUT A COC ONSITE?
WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.
The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes :

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

SOME OF SRE’S TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATED TO THE ISSUE OF A COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142)
On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required).

It should be noted that client will be liable for the inspection fee irrespective if the client requires the repairs to be done or not.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately without notifying the client. The client will however be liable for the cost, up to a maximum amount of R500.00 (excl. VAT) for the rectification work.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).
On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client.

For full T&C’s click here

RESIDENTIAL COC/ECOC (ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

This is an electrical certificate of compliance (COC) a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical installation on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).

In case of a fire caused by an electrical fault Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire, if the COC for your home or building is invalid. It is actually illegal to advertise a property as FOR SALE without a valid COC!

    • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
    • It is you, the home owners, responsibility to insist that an inspection is carried out by a qualified and registered electrician and that an up to date COC is issued before home transfer takes place. Not only will this ensure a hassle-free transfer and that your home is safe to live in, but you should not get nasty surprises later.

NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC.

This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

  1. A FULL Electrical Compliance Inspection varies between R1250.00 and R2800.00 incl vat (dependant on size).
  2. Repair costs can only be done after inspection.
  3. If original COC is to be couriered a once off amount of R115.00 vat incl will be charged.
  4. TRAVEL is charged at R5.50 vat incl/km for travel outside a 30km radius from the Grove Mall, Lynnwood Road.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday.
  2. These prices excludes any repairs required.
  3. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. Electricity supply must be on e.g. no loadshedding

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

WHY CAN’T WE JUST WRITE OUT A COC ONSITE?
WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.
The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes :

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

SOME OF SRE’S TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATED TO THE ISSUE OF A COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142-B)
On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required).

It should be noted that client will be liable for the inspection fee irrespective if the client requires the repairs to be done or not.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately without notifying the client. The client will however be liable for the cost, up to a maximum amount of R500.00 (excl. VAT) for the rectification work.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).
On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client.

For full T&C’s click here

COMMERCIAL SERVICES (COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES)

Commercial renovations and electrical services are our specialties. SRE will ensure that the electrical installation that you depend on for your business meet the requirements of legislation.

Not only will your productivity not be disrupted due to unnecessary power interruptions due to ineffective electrical installations, but your electrical installation will also comply with Regulated Standards meaning no worries when it comes to Health and Safety compliance.

Keywords: Less down time, higher productivity resulting in increased profits.

COMMERCIAL COC (CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

  • An electrical certificate of compliance (COC) is a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical work done on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).
  • Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire or water damage, if the COC for your building is invalid.
  • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
  • It is you, the USER’s, responsibility to insist on a new inspection carried out by an ECA (SA) accredited member and that an up to date COC is issued.

ELECTRICAL / HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC.

This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

Cost estimation is only done after a site visit. Contact us now to make an appointment.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. This price excludes any repairs required.
  2. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically.
  3. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. In order to comply with Compliance Certification minimum standards are adhered to. This could result in circuit breakers tripping as the circuit is attempting to draw a greater electrical load than it is intended to carry. This is not as a result of poor workmanship from SRE, but could be as a result of previous incorrect equipment being installed. In the event that the client requests an inspection due to the circuit breaker tripping as a result of this and not as a result of any fault of SRE the client will be charged a normal call-out fee.

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.

The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes:

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

The following points highlight some of SRE’s Terms and Conditions related to the issue of a COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142-B)

On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required) with an invoice for the inspection done.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately and the amount will be included in the invoice for the inspection.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).

On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client

For full T&C’s click here

COMMERCIAL COC (CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

  • An electrical certificate of compliance (COC) is a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical work done on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).
  • Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire or water damage, if the COC for your building is invalid.
  • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
  • It is you, the USER’s, responsibility to insist on a new inspection carried out by an ECA (SA) accredited member and that an up to date COC is issued.

ELECTRICAL / HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC.

This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

Cost estimation is only done after a site visit. Contact us now to make an appointment.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. This price excludes any repairs required.
  2. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically.
  3. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. In order to comply with Compliance Certification minimum standards are adhered to. This could result in circuit breakers tripping as the circuit is attempting to draw a greater electrical load than it is intended to carry. This is not as a result of poor workmanship from SRE, but could be as a result of previous incorrect equipment being installed. In the event that the client requests an inspection due to the circuit breaker tripping as a result of this and not as a result of any fault of SRE the client will be charged a normal call-out fee.

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.

The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes:

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

The following points highlight some of SRE’s Terms and Conditions related to the issue of a COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142-B)

On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required) with an invoice for the inspection done.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately and the amount will be included in the invoice for the inspection.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).

On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client

For full T&C’s click here

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES (INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL SERVICES)

Industrial renovations and electrical services are our specialties. SRE will ensure that the electrical installation that you depend on for your business meet the requirements of legislation.

Not only will your productivity not be disrupted due to unnecessary power interruptions due to ineffective electrical installations, but your electrical installation will also comply with Regulated Standards meaning no worries when it comes to Health and Safety compliance.

Keywords: Less down time, higher productivity resulting in increased profits.

INDUSTRIAL COC (CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

  • An electrical certificate of compliance (COC) is a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical work done on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).
  • Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire or water damage, if the COC for your building is invalid.
  • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
  • It is you, the USER’s, responsibility to insist on a new inspection carried out by an ECA (SA) accredited member and that an up to date COC is issued.

NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC. This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

1. A FULL Electrical Compliance Inspection, is charged @ R1140-00/hour vat incl. if we are able to complete the assessment in less than 2 hours.

2. If the assessment takes longer than 2 hours, the total amount of hours are charged @ R570.00/hour vat incl.

3. Courier costs of the Final document can be arranged at R114-00 vat incl.

4.  TRAVEL is charged at R4.40 ex vat / km for travel outside a 30km radius from the Grove Mall, Lynnwood Road.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. This price excludes any repairs required.
  2. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically.
  3. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. In order to comply with Compliance Certification minimum standards are adhered to. This could result in circuit breakers tripping as the circuit is attempting to draw a greater electrical load than it is intended to carry. This is not as a result of poor workmanship from SRE, but could be as a result of previous incorrect equipment being installed. In the event that the client requests an inspection due to the circuit breaker tripping as a result of this and not as a result of any fault of SRE the client will be charged a normal call-out fee.

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.

The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes:

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

The following points highlight some of SRE’s Terms and Conditions related to the issue of a COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142-B)

On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required) with an invoice for the inspection done.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately and the amount will be included in the invoice for the inspection.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).

On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client

For full T&C’s click here

INDUSTRIAL COC (CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE)

  • An electrical certificate of compliance (COC) is a certificate issued by a qualified electrician, stating that the electrical work done on your property is compliant with legislation (SANS10142).
  • Insurance companies will not pay for claims related to fire or water damage, if the COC for your building is invalid.
  • SRE safeguards our clients that we are registered and that our unique process confirms that the correct version of the COC will be issued.
  • It is you, the USER’s, responsibility to insist on a new inspection carried out by an ECA (SA) accredited member and that an up to date COC is issued.

NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?

ARE YOU A LANDLORD OR BUSINESS OWNER?
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRICAL COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATE?
DO YOU REQUIRE AN ECOC FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE?

SRE has a unique process that we follow in order to issue an electrical Compliance Certificate for any property, whether it be your private, commercial or industrial property. We follow 4 easy steps.

Step 1 – Inspect the current electrical installation (Issue COC if no repairs are required)
Step 2 – Report findings of inspection with a quotation for required repairs (if required)
Step 3 – Do repairs
Step 4 – Issue COC

HOW MUCH DOES A CERTIFICATE (COC) COST?

As it is impossible to know what the current electrical installation’s short comings are in terms of the minimum standards set out by Government, there is no way of giving a fixed price for the cost of a COC. This is exactly why we have developed our own unique process. We believe that this process is clear and fair to all parties involved.

COST:

1. A FULL Electrical Compliance Inspection, is charged @ R1140-00/hour vat incl. if we are able to complete the assessment in less than 2 hours.

2. If the assessment takes longer than 2 hours, the total amount of hours are charged @ R570.00/hour vat incl.

3. Courier costs of the Final document can be arranged at R114-00 vat incl.

4.  TRAVEL is charged at R4.40 ex vat / km for travel outside a 30km radius from the Grove Mall, Lynnwood Road.

NOTES:

  1. The above price is for inspection done during normal work hours 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday. This price excludes any repairs required.
  2. During inspection ALL electricity is switched on and off periodically.
  3. SRE is not responsible for any damage to machines, computers, servers etc. that is not switched off during the inspection by client.
  4. In order to comply with Compliance Certification minimum standards are adhered to. This could result in circuit breakers tripping as the circuit is attempting to draw a greater electrical load than it is intended to carry. This is not as a result of poor workmanship from SRE, but could be as a result of previous incorrect equipment being installed. In the event that the client requests an inspection due to the circuit breaker tripping as a result of this and not as a result of any fault of SRE the client will be charged a normal call-out fee.

WHAT DOES AN INSPECTION OF AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ENTAIL?

The below are some examples of required tests to determine if the current electrical installation is safe and conforms to the regulated standards.

The inspection of a DB board includes some of the following tests:
e.g. The inspection of 1 x DB includes:

  • Each socket outlet is tested
  • Bonding is tested to socket outlets, water pipes and light points
  • Earth loop test
  • Prospective short circuit test
  • Elevated voltage on neutral test
  • Earth leakage tests
  • Visual inspection that includes eg circuits and labels
  • And more …

Only after all of the above tests are complete can the Report and Quotation for repair be compiled if required.

The following points highlight some of SRE’s Terms and Conditions related to the issue of a COC:

SRE follows the standards as set out by Government (SANS 10142-B)

On completion of initial inspection a quote will be sent for the repair (if required) with an invoice for the inspection done.

Should the rectification work required be reasonably simple and cost less than R500.00 (excl. VAT) the repair work will be carried out immediately and the amount will be included in the invoice for the inspection.

A report with a cost to rectify any electrical work will be submitted to client for approval (if required).

On acceptance of quote for electrical work to be done, as well as proof of payment of initial inspection, repair will be booked.

Based on findings during the inspection a deposit might be payable before any work is done.

After the rectification work has been carried out, the certificate (COC) will only be handed over after full payment is received from the client

For full T&C’s click here