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What is an Electrical Safety Certificate Report?

An EICR Electrical Safety Certificate is issued after an assessment of an electrical installation. It notes any electrical damage, deterioration, defects, or potentially dangerous conditions. The frequency with which EICRs should be obtained varies depending on the kind of property. For rental properties, an EICR Testing is typically done every five years or at the start of a new tenancy. An EICR should only be done by a qualified electrician.

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How an EICR Certificate will Help You?​

Electrical and Gas Safety Certificates are a legal requirement and can only be authorized by ELECSA, NICEIC, NAPIT, and Gas Safe registered electrician and engineers. They will verify that all electrical parts and gas appliances such as plug sockets fuse boxes and even the wiring is working properly and safe for the use of your tenants.

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Electrical and Gas Safety Certificates are a legal requirement and can only be authorized by ELECSA, NICEIC, NAPIT, and Gas Safe registered electrician and engineers. They will verify that all electrical parts and gas appliances such as plug sockets fuse boxes and even the wiring is working properly and safe for the use of your tenants.

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How do you get an EICR Certificate in London?

The electricians at Landlord Safety Certificate are qualified to issue EICR Certificate to all kinds of properties after EICR Testing in London. When we conduct an assessment of an electrical system, we begin with a visual test. This involves looking for any visible signs of damage, deterioration, or unsafe use, such as worn out wiring insulation or overloaded plug sockets. We then conduct a series of tests to check, for instance, that all wires are connected properly, that wires are properly encased in electrical insulation material, that the arrangement of the earthing complies with regulations, and that the system is able to disconnect the power supply correctly if there is a fault. Don’t leave the safety of your family, tenants, or employees up to chance. Contact us on 0208 146 8677 to arrange a visit by one of our electricians. We will provide you with a free no-obligation quote on EICR Certificate Cost. Our electricians can visit any location in London and the surrounding areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report is the ultimate way to ensure that your electrical work meets all safety standards. This certificate will be issued by NICEIC qualified Electrician, and it can only validate installations done within UK.

This test will involve an inspection of your electrical system to identify any obvious problems with broken equipment or incorrect wiring, as well checking for continuity in both live testing situations where you might experience injuries from shock if there were breaks at points throughout the circuit and dead retailing which tests whether power can still be supplied without interruption even after something major has happened suchlike damage by fire.

The cost of an Electrical Safety Certificate varies depending on the size and type your property but starts at just £98.99 for a one-bedroom flat! For some homes, you might be charged as much as £150 or more – this includes hiring an experienced electrician to check that all electricals in safe working condition are also compliant with regulation passed down through law from government officials.

Electrical inspections can be a great way to ensure that your property’s electrics are in top condition. If you’re selling, an EICR isn’t legally required but it will give potential buyers peace of mind knowing there has been some kind attention paid towards checking for safety before they buy!

The electrical safety certificate or domestic EICR is valid for five years or the shorter time frame if engineer deems it necessary. This means that you’ll generally only need one every five years, and they can be supplied during this period of validity to new tenants who move in with your agreement at any point during these tenancy agreements.

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