EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Reports) Test In London
Have a doubt on the safety and condition of electrical installations in your property? My Personal Electrician is there to help with the EICR test in London!
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Complete the form on the right and tell your problem.
How Can We Help You?
Our EICR Test Inspection In London Includes –
- Determine any possible safety hazards in the property’s permanent installations like cables, sockets, switches, etc
- Identify any electrical work that has been inadequately completed and is either harmful or potentially hazardous.
- Determine the extent of any wear and tear and damage
- Check that no electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded
- Check that the earthing and bonding are correctly done
- Check that the consumer unit is working properly
EICR Testing In London Is Important For
If you are relocating, buying or selling a home, it is important to get electrical appliances tested every 5 years and check whether they are still safe to use.
Employers are responsible for employees’ health and safety in the workplace and are required to have an EICR test on their properties at least every 5 years.
Landlords, or agents acting on their behalf, are responsible for tenants’ electrical safety and are required to get an EICR test every 5 years.
Why Trust Us For EICR Tests In London?
We take pride in our reputation as a registered electrical contractor in London. Our qualified electricians are dedicated and use cutting-edge technology to evaluate every aspect of your property.
We provide comprehensive EICR test services in London that involve the inspection of electrical appliances’ voltage, current, and frequency to issue a satisfactory Certificate for your compliance.
Excellent Customer Service
We have qualified electricians who provide support before, during, and after your test if needed. They also provide professional advice on how to maintain the safety of electrical systems.
We conduct EICR tests as per your schedule to minimise any downtime for your business. Our electricians quickly complete the procedure so you can return to your daily activities.
Easy Process To Book Us
Contact us and share the electrical issue you are facing.
Certified technician will arrive at your place for inspection and provide the quote.
Complete the needed work and provide you with comfort and a safe home.
Areas We Cover
Operating from our base in Canary Wharf, we cover the entire London area for all your electrical needs.
- Domestic Electrical Services
- Commercial Electrical Services
- Emergency Electrical Services
- Out of hours appointments available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does my property need an EICR test in London?
Conducting a regular EICR test gives you several benefits, including –
- Ensure the safety of tenants and staff
- Compliance with regulations
- Legal protection
- Reduce energy consumption
- Improve carbon footprint
How long does an EICR test take?
On average, an EICR inspection takes 1-4 hours. But the length of the test may vary depending on various factors, including –
- the size of the property
- the accessibility of electrical systems
- the number of circuits
Contact us to know the exact timeframe.
How often does my property need to be inspected?
According to the Electrical Safety Standards, an EICR inspection should be done every 10 years interval for a privately owned property. This may also vary depending on factors like –
- Age of the electrical system installation
- Type of property
- Environmental condition
- Change of tenancy
How much does the EICR test cost in London?
There are various factors that may influence the EICR test cost, including –
- Size and type of the property
- Age of the property
- Condition of the electrical system
- Extent of testing
Dial 07868787754 to get an accurate estimate.
What are the EICR fault codes?
Code 1 – Danger Present – Occupants are at risk of injury and immediate action is required.
Code 2 – POTENTIALLY Dangerous – Urgent remedial action is needed.
Code 3 – Improvement Advised – Electrical system is recommended with improvements but poses no danger.
FI- IMMEDIATE further inquiry is necessary – An electrical problem has been detected which required further investigation.