Updated: Apr 25
At Metro PAT Testing, we take pride in offering comprehensive EICR testing services in London and the surrounding areas. Our experienced team of engineers is fully qualified and equipped to carry out thorough electrical safety checks on all types of properties.
What is EICR Testing?
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a detailed assessment of the electrical installations within a property. It is designed to identify any defects or potential hazards that could pose a risk to the safety of the occupants or visitors.
The report will highlight any issues that need to be addressed and will provide recommendations for remedial action. It is a legal requirement for landlords, business owners, and homeowners to ensure that their properties are safe from electrical hazards.
Why is EICR Testing important?
Electrical installations can deteriorate over time, and faults can develop, which could lead to a serious incident such as an electric shock or a fire. Regular EICR testing can help to identify any potential hazards and prevent accidents from occurring.
In addition, an EICR report can also be useful when buying or selling a property, as it provides an accurate assessment of the condition of the electrical installations.
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What does EICR Testing involve?
EICR testing involves a thorough assessment of the electrical installations within a property. Our engineers will inspect the wiring, sockets, switches, and other electrical components to ensure they are in good condition and meet current safety standards.
We use the latest testing equipment to carry out a range of checks, including earth continuity, insulation resistance, and polarity testing. We will also carry out a visual inspection of the electrical installations to identify any defects or potential hazards.
Once the testing is complete, we will provide a detailed EICR report, which will outline any issues that need to be addressed and provide recommendations for remedial action.
How often should EICR Testing be carried out?
The frequency of EICR testing will depend on the type of property and its intended use. For example, rental properties must be tested every 5 years or at the change of tenancy, whichever comes first.
Commercial properties may require more frequent testing, depending on the type of business and the level of risk. We can provide advice on the recommended frequency of testing for your property.
Why choose Metro PAT Testing for EICR Testing?
At Metro PAT Testing, we have many years of experience in providing EICR testing services in London and the surrounding areas. Our engineers are fully qualified and equipped with the latest testing equipment to ensure accurate and reliable results.
We understand the importance of electrical safety and take pride in providing a comprehensive and reliable service to our clients. Our prices are competitive, and we offer a fast and efficient service, with minimal disruption to your daily routine.
At Metro PAT Testing, we understand the importance of EICR testing and the role it plays in ensuring electrical safety. Our comprehensive testing services, carried out by our qualified and experienced engineers, will help to identify any potential hazards and provide recommendations for remedial action.
By choosing Metro PAT Testing for your EICR testing needs, you can have peace of mind knowing that your property is safe from electrical hazards. Contact us today to book your EICR test and receive a detailed report on the condition of your electrical installations.
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Shops, Supermarkets and Retail Outlets
Doctors Surgeries, Dentists and Hospitals
Hairdressers, Barbers and Beauty Salons
Gyms, Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres