Electricol cover anything from a minor repair to a full re-wire, whether it is an existing installation or a new build. I have experience in all types of outbuildings including greenhouses, garden lighting and increasingly popular garden offices.
I install heat control wiring such as smart systems, helping you cut down on those ever-increasing energy bills.
Other services include consumer unit upgrades, fire detection, CCTV, TV and Ethernet points.
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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 for Homeowners to have an EICR at least every 10 years. Also, if you’re moving into a new home or your insurance requires one, or if you suspect your current electrics are faulty. An exception to this is if your property has a swimming pool, in which case you should have an EICR every year.
If you rent out a property an EICR is recommended every 5 years, or at change of tenancy.
All work is guaranteed for 6 years through NAPIT