The SWL Electrical Contractors division has a team of experienced, qualified electrical engineers, NICEIC approved and competent to inspect and test the electrical installations of commercial and rental properties, for the issuing of an EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report).
We work with landlords, letting agents and estate agents across the Highlands and Islands, who are legally required to have an EICR carried out every five years (or when there is a change of tenancy).
EICRs are required for industrial buildings and warehouses every three years; schools and colleges every five years; and other commercial premises like hotels, theatres and restaurants need an EICR every year.
We also take care of the mandatory PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) certificates for workplaces and rental properties, keeping people and property safe and protected.
Our team of commercial electrical engineers, based in Invergordon, are sought out right across the Scottish Highlands and Islands for their skill and experience with commercial wiring projects.
We handle wiring or re-wiring projects on all kinds of commercial or industrial properties, both new builds and refurbishment of old commercial premises. Our electrical wiring work is scrupulously compliant with all building regulations and safety standards, designed to meet the power demands of the business or organisation involved, as energy efficiently as possible.
Whether you need wiring for a small office or retail boutique, we’ll professionally design and install a safe, economical and efficient network so you can carry on with business.
There’s no limit to what SWL Electrical can do for your business or organisation in the realm of electrical services. Repairs, maintenance, installations –all jobs will be carried out to a high standard.
Here’s a sample of some of the commercial electrical services we provide across northern Scotland:
Our electrical engineers are always happy to discuss ways you can affect cost savings by improving your energy efficiency, reducing your carbon footprint in the process.