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    Electrical Certificate Of Compliance (COC)

    Why is an Electrical Certificate of Compliance required when selling a property?
    A change of ownership cannot take place unless there is a Electrical Compliance Certificate (ECOC) document which verifies that the electrical setup such as the lights, plugs, DBboard, wiring and geyser in a property comply with South Africa law as detailed in the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Our qualified electricians will ensure that all electrical coc work is compliant with regulation.

    ELECTRICAL CERTIFICATES ISSUED BY QUALIFIED ELECTRICIANS.

    Why is an Electrical Compliance Certificate required when selling a property?
    A change of ownership cannot take place unless there is a a Certificate of Compliance (COC) document which verifies that the electrical setup such as the lights, plugs, DBboard, wiring and geyser in a property comply with South Africa law as detailed in the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

    When selling your property it’s mandatory to supply a valid Electrical COC and electric fence coc (Electric fence compliance) before any property transfer can be concluded. Our COC certificates are issued by qualified electricians giving you peace of mind that you will meet the required regulation. Don’t delay the transfer of your property by using electricians that do not comply to the SANS wiring code

    Electrical Testing we cover

    From compliance inspections and coc electrical certificates to new installations, fault-finding, maintenance and rental inspections – we’ve got you covered!

    • Electrical Certificate Of Compliance
    • Electrical Damage Report
    • Electrical Testing and Certification COC
    • Electrical Fence Certificates
    • Electrical Inspections
    • Residential Electrical Inspection
    • Electrical maintenance services
    • General Electrical Work
    • Electrical Troubleshooting & Repairs
    • Wiring Replacement
    Does your electrical work comply with regulation?

    All our repairs and upgrades are done according to the latest SANS 10143 wiring code, book of practice. Ensure your electrical installation is safe.

    We use qualified staff. For security purposes, our employees have been screened. We do not use sub-contractors

    We inspect, advise & quote for Domestic, Commercial and Industrial properties

    When searching for a reliable registered electricians, call us at +27 73 409 390. We provide compliance certificates (coc certificates). Our qualified electricians will ensure that all electrical coc work is compliant with regulation.

    Your Questions. Our Answers
    Frequently Asked Questions
    You will find answers to all of your most common Electrical Services related questions located here.
    What does the Electrical Compliance Certificate cover?
    Your Electrical Certificate of Compliance guarantees: The primary distribution board as well as any other boards Wiring – is it in a risk-free state and does it work with the circuit breakers within the distribution board Socket outlets and light switches Earthing – all metal parts of the set up have to be earthed. Isolators – have the isolators been correctly installed for appliances like hot water cylinders (geysers), stoves, door and gate motors, ceiling fans etc. Bonding – Geyser pipes, satellite dishes and TV antennae, etc.
    Why is an Electrical Certificate Of Compliance Required When Selling a Property?
    In terms of Regulation 7(5) of the Electrical Installation Regulations (OHS ACT of 1993), a change of ownership cannot take place unless there is a valid Electrical Certificate of Compliance.
    What does the Electrical COC Certificate not cover?
    Electrical Certificate of Compliance will not include fixed appliances like: Fans & Motors Pool motors Geysers & Stoves Under floor heating Please note: The electrical wiring to fixed home equipment are included with the Certificate of Compliance.
    How Long Is An Electrical Certificate Of Compliance Valid?
    For the purpose of transfer of ownership, an Electrical Certificate of Compliance older than 2 years may not be used. If any electrical work was done after the certificate was issued, a new Electrical Certificate of Compliance will be required.
    Helpful Hints To Save You Money
    The best advice we can give is to have the inspection done early, before a potential buyer is introduced to the property. This may help you to make decisions that will reduce the costs of repairing any defects. Garden lights – the wiring to garden lighting is often done incorrectly and can be costly to rectify. These can be removed rather than re-instated. Extension leads – temporary leads are often installed for the owner’s benefit and can easily be removed. Additional exterior lighting – these are often non-compliant and can be removed rather than re-instated. TV antennae – may no longer be in use – remove. If the seller leaves it as a fixture it will need to be bonded. Decorative water features and ponds – as fixed appliances, these items require isolators. This is seldom done correctly and can be costly. The electrical supply to these features can be removed to save costs. Electrical installations to wendy houses – are often done illegally. Removing the supply can reduce the costs. Light bulbs – are consumables and are not covered by the Certificate of Compliance. However, it is good practice to ensure that all fused light bulbs are replaced before the inspection is done. This will reduce wastage of time during the inspection process.
    Who can issue an electrical compliance certificate?
    A Only a qualified electrician registered with the Department of Labour
    How much does an electrical compliance certificate cost?
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