PAT Testing in Cardiff
JR PAT Testing Limited has engineers across the UK and is headquartered in Plymouth. Our growth is based on the excellence of the service we offer to all our customers.
We specialise in Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) for organisations and businesses of all sizes. No customer is too small or too big and every single customer is equally important to us. We are totally flexible and work around your operational needs, 24/7. We’re available out of hours, weekends and Bank Holidays – it is all about you.
We can act discreetly in places of work, or even work throughout the night, to ensure that your environment is not disturbed by our PAT testers.
With something as important as electrical testing and inspecting, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. JR PAT Testing Limited has the experience and know-how you need. All our engineers are thoroughly trained, professional, reliable and trustworthy. A personal touch and great customer service come as standard.
JR Pat Testing is a CHAS Accredited Contractor and SMAS Worksafe Contractor. We are:
Fully insured (our policies can be read in our RAMS section of the website)
• Professional, punctual and tidy
• Great value for money
We also provide:
The highest levels of customer care at all times
• FREE minor repairs, plug and fuse changes
• Microwave leakage testing
Call us anytime on 0333 772 2155 to discuss your Pat Testing needs in Fareham and ask for an individual quote. Or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
WE WILL NOT BE BEATEN ON QUALITY AND SERVICE!
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Cardiff, or Caerdydd, is the capital of Wales and, with a population of 360,000 people, the country’s biggest city. It is Wales’s chief commercial centre and the seat of the National Assembly for Wales.
The city grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution, when it became a major port for the transportation of Welsh coal – at its peak, the port in Tiger Bay was the busiest in the world. Investment in recent years has transformed Cardiff, most notably the waterfront area of Cardiff Bay, where the National Assembly of Wales is housed in the Senedd Building.
Today, 20% of employees in Cardiff work in the distribution, hotels and restaurants sector, highlighting the importance of the retail and tourism industries – Cardiff attracts over 20 million people each year. The main shopping area is around Queen Street and St Mary Street in the city centre.
Financial and business services are also important. These sectors, combined with public administration, education and health, account for three-quarters of Cardiff’s economic growth since 1991. The city has several places of higher education including Cardiff University, and a number of hospitals, the biggest one being the University Hospital of Wales. Major companies include Legal & General, Admiral Insurance, HBOS, Zurich, ING Direct, The AA, Principality Building Society, 118118, British Gas, Brains, SWALEC Energy and BT. Many of these are based in Cardiff’s office towers such as Capital Tower and Brunel House.
Cardiff boasts some world-class sporting and culture venues, including the home of Welsh rugby, the Principality Stadium, the international cricket ground at Sophia Gardens, the Motorpoint Arena and the Wales Millennium Centre. And Cardiff has a quirky claim to fame – that of having the largest concentration of castles of any city in the world. The most famous is Cardiff Castle.