What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)?
EICR basically stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report. It is a formal document issued by a qualified electrical engineer/electrician after an assessment of an electrical installation.
If you are a landlord and thinking about renting your house, an EICR will be enough to prove that all electrical installations in your property are safe and working properly. The report must be prepared after a good assessment by a professional with vast experience in checking and fixing electrical installations to avoid any inconvenience or unnecessary legal troubles related to home safety.
Book EICR Certificates in London
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), previously referred to as a Periodic Inspection Report, is Serviceteam’s most detailed electrical inspection service, comprising an in-depth assessment of the condition and safety of a property’s electrical installation, highlighting any necessary remedial work.
Homeowners should get their electrical installation tested at least every five years to keep everyone safe. Landlords are required to carry out an EICR inspection every five years or when the occupancy changes, whichever is sooner. All these safety precautions and regulations are carried out by our professional electricians in order to keep tenants and homeowners safe.