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PAT Testing


Fitzgerald Electrical Services provides professional & reliable PAT Testing Services suitable for clients in all industries


All portable appliances and leads must be tested annually as set out in the Health and Safety at work act 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 and Provision and use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. PAT Testing is an important part of your company’s health and safety charter, ensuring the safety of your colleagues and clients as well as the optimal functionality of your day to day operations.

Here at Fitzgerald Electrical Services, we provide a comprehensive PAT testing service using the latest Seward Supernova Elite High Quality, including bar coding of all tested items and ensuring quick identification for follow on tests.
With decades of industry experience, we ensure a reliable, efficient, and transparent service to keep your appliances working safely and optimally.

Need a quote on our PAT Testing services? Get in touch with the team today

Offering Professional PAT Testing for All Industries

Computer PAT Testing
Photocopier PAT Testing
Canteen Equipment PAT Testing
Tool PAT Testing
Vending Machine PAT Testing
Printer PAT Testing
Extension Lead & Electrical Supply PAT Testing
Electrical Sockets PAT Testing
Monitor PAT Testing
And More

PAT Testing FAQ

What is the cost of a PAT Testing Service?

PAT Testing Costs vary depending on the type of test you require. Get in touch with the team at Fitzgerald Electrical Service for more on our full price list for PAT testing services across Clare.

I’m looking for a PAT Testing Service near me- where are you based?

Fitzgerald Electrical Services provides professional Clare PAT Testing services for customers across Clare, Galway, Tipperary, Limerick, and the surrounding areas. We are based in Ennis, Co. Clare.

Can I do a PAT test myself?

Unless you are qualified, it’s not recommended to do a PAT test yourself. PAT Testers have experience and qualifications offering PAT Testing services for commercial and industrial clients. Attempting to carry out a PAT Test yourself could be dangerous, and you could miss faults that need repair.

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