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Regular electrical inspections are essential to ensuring the safety of your tenants or employees. Electrical components can deteriorate over time and this can lead to a reduction in efficiency and an increase in the risk of fire. Even newly installed electrical systems should be checked since components may have been installed incorrectly or faulty components may have been used. Regular maintenance not only reduces the risk of injury or death, it can also cut electricity bills. So it is essential that you should get commercial electrical certificate for your property from some reputable engineers like us.
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What is an EICR Report?
If you need electrical installation work done in your home, we recommend that you use an electrician registered with one of the government-approved schemes.
An EICR 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.
How an EICR Certificate will Help You?
Although it is not a legal requirement to get an EICR report, it is highly advisable to do so. If you are a landlord, an Electrical Installation Condition Report will help protect you from prosecution in the event that a tenant is harmed by faulty electrics in your property. If you are a homeowner, an EICR Certificate will allow you to rest assured that your home’s electrical system meets current safety standards and that you are not putting yourself or your family in harm’s way.