Electrical maintenance should take place on a regular basis, and this an important consideration for homeowners, landlords, and businesses. In homes, commercial premises, and industrial buildings, electrical maintenance ensures equipment remains running, pre-empting problems that might occur.
Our licensed electrical maintenance engineers will ensure your systems meet the latest safety standards, codes, and regulations. We can test and monitor electrical systems and fix or replace aging or faulty components.
Opus Smart Solutions conduct electrical installation maintenance on indoor and outdoor lighting systems, surge protectors, junction boxes, generators, pneumatics, transformers, hydraulics, and digital communication devices.
Keeping You Safe
Everyone deserves to live and work in a safe environment that is free from hazards. Electrical maintenance is the tested route to ensuring occupational safety. Our maintenance electrician can carry out full wiring inspections, reviewing surge protectors, electrical panels, circuit breakers, and plug sockets.
We can check home and office appliances such as air conditioners, cookers, freezers, fridges, microwaves, and boilers and carry out full EICR testing. Our electrical maintenance service checks that life-saving ground-fault circuit interrupters are installed and working in wet locations and identifies overloaded power outlets and frayed wires.
Electrical faults are the primary cause of fires, and hot wires and sparks can start a fire. As part of our service, we check for risks, replace old wiring, and conduct repair work to ensure your safety.
Preventative Electrical Maintenance
Businesses rely on machines and equipment, and many of these heavily incorporate computer software. With critical systems such as these, it is vital to identify problems early through electrical maintenance conducted at regular intervals.
Electrical maintenance is a core aspect of avoiding data loss and extensive downtime periods, which can be extremely costly. Our preventative actions will also identify faults that are draining energy, to lower business running costs, and to protect the environment.