Electrical Safety Reports West London:
Most insurance companies will require an electrical safety certificate. This is a detailed report that looks at the electrical installation of your building and assesses its condition. The electrical testing should be carried out by a competent and qualified engineer. Metro-Pat 247 Limited engineers are ready to complete an EICR.
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Fully qualified London EICR
We provide Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR tests) in West London from just £99 + VAT.
Our reports recommend any remedial work that should be done to bring your property up to standard. Electrical Safety Reports are frequently requested by landlords, property buyers, and those negotiating with a builder. We charge according to the property's size and the number of circuits or switches on the fuse board.
Metro-Pat 247 Limited covers all West London EICR testing areas, including Chelsea, Fulham, Brixton, Hammersmith, Notting Hill, Kensington, Chiswick, Paddington, Little Venice, Putney, Roehampton, West End, Marylebone, Holland Park, Maida Vale, Ealing, Acton, Bayswater.
What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report?
An EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) entails surveying a property's wiring to generate a report on the fuse board, sockets, switches, and lighting condition. It is important for landlords and business owners to have their properties' electrics tested for insurance purposes and to safeguard their staff and customers. 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. These issues must be addressed as soon as possible to avoid injury or legal implications if you intend to rent the house.
Things to note:
The time required to complete an EICR test varies depending on the size of the property, but between one and two hours are typically sufficient to complete the assessment and report.
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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