Some commercial businesses I work for have their regular opening times to the public such as shops, restaurants, pubs and other leisure establishments. To ensure continuity of trading I am open to working appropriate times to minimise inconvenience and outages.
I offer advice to reduce your electric bills including revamps, time switches and WiFi based smart heating control systems. Power to heavy load appliances as well as the normal 13 Amp sockets, USB and Ethernet points.
- Inspection, Test and Certificate
- Lighting installation
- Telephone wiring
- Power installation
Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs)
As an experienced, registered electrician, I can provide you with an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICRs) – but what exactly does this mean? Often referred to as a Homebuyer or Landlord Safety Test, an EICR is a periodic inspection report. It’s something you should have whether it’s your home, business, or a property you rent out.
Electrical installations should always be covered by an Electrical Condition Report. Many legal documents refer to an EICR as a way of satisfying their requirements, and many insurers require it before providing cover, however it isn’t a legal requirement.
Things covered in an EICR include thorough testing of the fuse board, identification of any damaged electrical fittings and accessories, and identification of any exposed live wires that could cause injury or a fire. Many faults simply can’t be seen just from looking and are only picked up during inspection and testing.
It is recommended that businesses have an EICR at least every 5 years. Although it isn’t a legal requirement, you are responsible for the welfare of your staff and must take precautions to keep them safe at work.
All work is guaranteed for 6 years through NAPIT