Increasingly organisations are choosing to outsource their commercial electrical maintenance requirements. At Morton Fairview we understand the need to be flexible, professional and responsive for our maintenance customers. All our maintenance contracts are accompanied by a comprehensive service level agreement.
We work in strict accordance with guidelines from the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and the latest BS7671 Wiring Regulations.
We are not your average electricians. Not only are all of our service technicians licensed electricians with years of experience, they also have the necessary skills and expertise to provide you with the technical and electrical service necessary to keep your equipment running. You will benefit from our dedication to service, training and over 45 years of experience.
We are experts in all types of commercial electrical maintenance. Our dedicated service managers are available to provide professional advice to ensure that all your electrical maintenance requirements are met.
Reactive (breakdown) Electrical Maintenance
We understand the importance of having your workplace operating at full efficiency and also the inconvenience of even a short electrical disruption. Our large team of service electricians ensures that we have the capacity and resources to provide prompt electrical service.
Statutory Electrical Maintenance
Companies in the UK are now required (by law) to test and tag all their electrical appliances and also to test their exit and emergency lights to EU standards. As part of a complete maintenance package we would include testing and tagging of all your electrical appliances and testing of all exit and emergency lights.
Preventative Electrical Maintenance
Preventative electrical maintenance is essential to ensure the safe and reliable operation of your electrical systems. It also assists in minimising the likelihood of disruption or downtime to your business by allowing it to operate at maximum efficiency. Our qualified electricians will inspect all electrical equipment at agreed intervals to ensure that they are adequately maintained.