(EICR) Electrical Safety Reports or Certificates London: From £99 + VAT
It is the responsibility of landlords in London to ensure the safety of a property's electrical system. Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) are another service we offer to homebuyers, sellers, and estate agents.
Part exchange & Landlord Electrical Installation Condition Reports.
Local qualified engineers
We provide Electrical Installation Condition Reports in London from just £99 + VAT.
Our reports suggest any remedial works which should be undertaken to bring your property up to standard. Electrical Safety Reports are often requested by landlords, property buyers and often by those part exchanging with a builder. We charge based on the property's size as well as the number of circuits or switches on the fuse board.
Metro-Pat 24/7 Ltd cover all areas of East London EICR testing, including Barking, Clapton, Canary Wharf, East Ham, West Ham, Hackney, Shoreditch, Stratford, Walthamstow, Whitechapel, Spitalfields, Wapping, Hoxton, Dalston, Bethnal Green, Hagerstown, Limehouse.
What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report?
An EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report), previously known as Periodic Electrical Reports, is sometimes referred to as a Landlord Electrical Certificate in some circles. It entails surveying to generate a report on the condition of a property's wiring, including the fuse board, sockets, switches, and lighting. According to the Report, any components of the installation that require attention are listed and ranked in order of importance as follows:
C1– There is a danger present. There is a risk of injury. Therefore, it is necessary to take immediate corrective action.
C2 - This situation is potentially dangerous and requires immediate remedial action.
C3 - We recommend that you make improvements.
Any Code 1 or 2 defects will result in an overall rating of 'unsatisfactory,' indicating imminent threats to the home and its renters. To avoid injury or legal implications if you intend to rent the house, these issues must be addressed as soon as possible.
Things to note:
The time it takes to complete an EICR test varies depending on the size of the property, but between one and two hours are usually sufficient to finish the survey.
Our engineer will require easy access to plugs, switches, and the distribution or 'fuse' board in order to do his work. It will be necessary to cut off the electricity.
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