Electrical Safety Certificates – EICR Reports

An EICR (electrical safety certificate) is an Electrical Installation Condition Report. It is a formal document that is produced following an assessment of the electrical installation within a property. It must be carried out by an experienced qualified electrician or approved contractors


Our Electrical Safety Certificates / EICR reports

are perfect for:

  • Building control requirements
  • Homebuyers reports
  • Landlords and rental
  • Mortgage requirements
  • Required for selling your home

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1-2 BEDROOM HOME BUYERS REPORT

£ 150
  • 100% FULL INSPECTION
  • FULL GN3 PROCEDURE
  • 10-20% DETAILED INSPECTION
  • CONVENIENT DIGITAL REPORT
  • FOLLOW UP ADVICE CALL

3 BEDROOM HOME BUYERS REPORT

£ 150
  • 100% FULL INSPECTION
  • FULL GN3 PROCEDURE
  • 10-20% DETAILED INSPECTION
  • CONVENIENT DIGITAL REPORT
  • FOLLOW UP ADVICE CALL
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4 BEDROOM HOME BUYERS REPORT

£ 180
  • 100% FULL INSPECTION
  • FULL GN3 PROCEDURE
  • 10-20% DETAILED INSPECTION
  • CONVENIENT DIGITAL REPORT
  • FOLLOW UP ADVICE CALL

Landlords Electrical Safety Certificates
Should be carried out every 5 years, or with the change of every tenant

1-2 bedroom landlord safety certificate

£ 150
  • 5 year certificate
  • Private rental scheme registered

3 bedroom landlord safety certificate

£ 150
  • 5 year certificate
  • Private rental scheme registered

4 bedroom landlord safety certificate

£ 180
  • 5 year certificate
  • Private rental scheme registered

Our Advice : ALWAYS USE AN APPROVED NICEIEC INSPECTOR

Our inspectors are not just qualified electricians, they hold the specific, higher level qualifications to inspect. Our company is specifically audited, insured and approved for this task by the NICEIC.

IF YOU A BUYING A NEW HOME ALWAYS OBTAIN A FULL ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONDITION REPORT

A home buyers survey (mortgage survey) is not undertaken by a qualified electrician and is undertaken on a visual basis only, it is often a case of ticking a number of boxes and leaving a short comment as oppose to a Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) conducted by an approved inspector. This is an 8 page report that documents the condition of the installation against the current electrical regulations BS7671.

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