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Electrical Installation Condition Report EICR London

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Electrical Installation Condition Report(EICR)
In London
From £190 + Vat

Electrical Installation Condition Report(EICR)
In London
From £190 + Vat

What is an EICR?

EICR, basically stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report,a formal document that is issued by a professional electrician or engineer after carrying out an assessment of your electrical installation.

If you are thinking about renting your house, an EICR will be enough to prove that everything is fine, and working properly. The report must be prepared after a good assessment done by a professional who has a vast experience of checking and fixing electrical installations to avoid any inconvenience or unnecessary legal troubles related to home safety.

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), previously referred to as a Periodic Inspection Report, is  Serviceteam’s most detailed electrical inspection service, comprising of 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. Landlords are required to carry out an EICR inspection every five years, or when the occupancy changes, whichever is sooner.

What's included in this service?

Our NICEIC registered electricians will detail in their report:

  • If any of the electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
  • Any faulty/sub standard electrical work
  • Indentify any potential safety risks
  • Establish the adequacy of earth bonding
  • Check the serviceability of equipment
  • Determine the extent of any wear and tear or damage

What's not included in this service?

  • Any repairs or replacements
  • A PAT – Add £65 + Vat
  • The cost of re-inspecting any of the failures detailed on your gas safety certificate
  • Any congestion zone, ULEZ or parking charges - This will be added at cost to the final bill (unless a parking permit for the duration of the visit is provided).

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Our NICEIC registered electricians will detail in their report:

If any of the electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
Any faulty/substandard electrical work

• Indentify any potential safety risks
• Establish the adequacy of earth bonding
• Check the serviceability of equipment
• Determine the extent of any wear and tear or damage

Things not covered

• Any repairs or replacements
• An PAT – Add £65 + Vat
• The cost of re-inspecting any of the failures detailed on your gas safety certificate

What will EICR cost:

We charge a fixed price for completing EICR’s starting from 190.00 + VAT for a 1 bedroom property. For each additional bedroom we add £40 + Vat. if you would like your Carbon Monoxide or smoke alarm installed during the same visit add £40 + Vat. And have your PAT test during the same visit for £65 + Vat.

For more information about electrical installation condition reports contact our office and speak to one of our electrical advisors.


Why is it necessory

Electrical Installation Condition Report report is important for numerous reasons. Apart from its legal importance, it is also necessary to check out whether everything is good enough or you need to make some repairs and adjustments. Apart from that, you’ll know about certain other stuff including:

  • Electrical circuits that are overloaded.
  • Risk of shocks or any kind of fire threat.
  • Condition of your equipment.
  • Defective electrical work.
  • Recommendation of earthing or bonding.
  • If anything needs to be replaced.
  • Damage, or wear and tear that could lead to life-threatening consequences.
  • Damaged accessories.
  • Exposed live wires that can turn someone into a Ponako.

After the report is prepared, You’ll be informed if there are any sort of complications or anything you have been overlooking that could cause some serious problems.



Legal Status Of EICR

As already stated, EICR has its own legal status which may be of help sometimes, in certain conditions.

Here’s something that you necessarily need to know:

EICR for rented homes

Under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, It has clearly been told that the landlords must ensure the safety of their Tennant by regularly examining the electrical installments and appliances throughout the tenancy on regular bases.

To make it clear enough, BS7671 (17th edition wiring regulations) strongly recommends an EICR test each time the tenancy is handed to another person, or after every 5 years. Though this may not seem a big deal, it can save you from big troubles if any unpleasant event related to electricity or electrical appliances takes place. At least you will have proof that you made sure nothing goes wrong.

EICR for Homeowners

For normal houses, except that you have a swimming pool in it, as already been discussed, BS7671 recommends making and EICR after every ten years. It is necessary for your safety as well as satisfaction. Moreover, it lets you know when it’s time to make some changes because sometimes the wires or other electricity related stuff gets damaged for many known reasons before their due time.

EICR recommendation for businesses

As a business owner, it is not a “necessary” legal requirement, but as an employer, it’s your responsibility to make sure the safety of your workers. Keeping this in check, the 1974 Health and Safety At Work Act indirectly implements it on you by stating that “Employers are responsible for the health and safety of their employees”.

Moreover the “Electricity at Work Regulations” also requires you to take every precautionary step to ensure the safety of your workers regarding electrical threats. Any injury caused due to such reasons can be fatal for your worker as well as your business. Like, who wants their building to be burnt down because of “fire due to electrical sparks” eh?

Here are some of the easy and secure ways to keep a check on your apartment’s electrical installments

  • Check the casings of your sockets for any apparent cracks, burn marks, etc.
  • Ensure that the electrical appliances in your bathroom, or any wet place, is situated at least 3 meters away from the watery place.
  • Make sure that the extension cables are used properly.
  • Make sure there are no naked wires out there.

To-Do checklist before EICR

There are some things that are recommended to do before running any sort of EICR test. These will help your electrician to run a proper and complete checkup, without skipping anything.

  • The consumer items must be removed prior to conducting EICR.
  • Let your electrician or engineer know if any sort of ladders will be needed to access the fuse board etc.
  • Make sure that your electrical system is fully energized and not switched off by the main supplier.
  • Unplug all the equipment before the test.
  • Make sure the consumer unit is correctly labeled to avoid any problems.
  • Let your professional know if something needs to be repaired.
  • Provide previous EICR reports also, so that the checkup is run respectively.
  • Last but not the least, follow the above steps in order to avoid turning the test into a fail.

How will you know about the problems?

During the EICR, an electrician usually makes a number of electrical observations and gives each one a specific recommendation code. The observation will directly describe any defect, problem or omission within the electrical installation or appliance. Each observation will be coded accordingly to the extent of its severity. All the observations should be written in a clear way. You will then be able to clearly identify the defects and fix it, if you like to.



FAQs

Q: How do you work out your charge?
A: We charge a fixed price for completing EICR’s starting from 190.00 + VAT for a 1 bedroom property. For each additional bedroom we add £40 + Vat.

Q: What if the engineer finds a fault during the checks?
A: Our engineer will provide you with a full report detailing exactly what needs to be done to bring them the property up to current regulations and make them safe as well as a quote if necessary.

Q: Will you ever charge me more than authorised?
A: We will never proceed with works without seeking authorisation from the bill payer.

Q: How do I pay?
A: With a card over the phone or online.

Q: Whose responsibility is it to organise the parking?
A: We kindly ask that you arrange parking for us.

Q: In what areas do you work?
A: All SW, W, NW, TW, KT, HA and central London postcodes

Q: When are you going to arrive?
A: We will agree on an arrival slot with you, and our engineer will contact you when he’s on route.

Q: Will the engineer be NICEIC qualified?
A: The company is NICEIC registered and your engineer will be city a guilds qualified to work on your electrics.

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Why us?

1   A fixed price

2   We'll speak to your tenant

3   Renewal reminder

4   We'll aim to get there the same day

5   We're always on call

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What is an EICR?

EICR, basically stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report,a formal document that is issued by a professional electrician or engineer after carrying out an assessment of your electrical installation.

If you are thinking about renting your house, an EICR will be enough to prove that everything is fine, and working properly. The report must be prepared after a good assessment done by a professional who has a vast experience of checking and fixing electrical installations to avoid any inconvenience or unnecessary legal troubles related to home safety.

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), previously referred to as a Periodic Inspection Report, is  Serviceteam’s most detailed electrical inspection service, comprising of 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. Landlords are required to carry out an EICR inspection every five years, or when the occupancy changes, whichever is sooner.

What's included in this service?

Our NICEIC registered electricians will detail in their report:

  • If any of the electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
  • Any faulty/sub standard electrical work
  • Indentify any potential safety risks
  • Establish the adequacy of earth bonding
  • Check the serviceability of equipment
  • Determine the extent of any wear and tear or damage

What's not included in this service?

  • Any repairs or replacements
  • A PAT – Add £65 + Vat
  • The cost of re-inspecting any of the failures detailed on your gas safety certificate
  • Any congestion zone, ULEZ or parking charges - This will be added at cost to the final bill (unless a parking permit for the duration of the visit is provided).

Read More about this product

Our NICEIC registered electricians will detail in their report:

If any of the electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
Any faulty/substandard electrical work

• Indentify any potential safety risks
• Establish the adequacy of earth bonding
• Check the serviceability of equipment
• Determine the extent of any wear and tear or damage

Things not covered

• Any repairs or replacements
• An PAT – Add £65 + Vat
• The cost of re-inspecting any of the failures detailed on your gas safety certificate

What will EICR cost:

We charge a fixed price for completing EICR’s starting from 190.00 + VAT for a 1 bedroom property. For each additional bedroom we add £40 + Vat. if you would like your Carbon Monoxide or smoke alarm installed during the same visit add £40 + Vat. And have your PAT test during the same visit for £65 + Vat.

For more information about electrical installation condition reports contact our office and speak to one of our electrical advisors.


Why is it necessory

Electrical Installation Condition Report report is important for numerous reasons. Apart from its legal importance, it is also necessary to check out whether everything is good enough or you need to make some repairs and adjustments. Apart from that, you’ll know about certain other stuff including:

  • Electrical circuits that are overloaded.
  • Risk of shocks or any kind of fire threat.
  • Condition of your equipment.
  • Defective electrical work.
  • Recommendation of earthing or bonding.
  • If anything needs to be replaced.
  • Damage, or wear and tear that could lead to life-threatening consequences.
  • Damaged accessories.
  • Exposed live wires that can turn someone into a Ponako.

After the report is prepared, You’ll be informed if there are any sort of complications or anything you have been overlooking that could cause some serious problems.



Legal Status Of EICR

As already stated, EICR has its own legal status which may be of help sometimes, in certain conditions.

Here’s something that you necessarily need to know:

EICR for rented homes

Under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985, It has clearly been told that the landlords must ensure the safety of their Tennant by regularly examining the electrical installments and appliances throughout the tenancy on regular bases.

To make it clear enough, BS7671 (17th edition wiring regulations) strongly recommends an EICR test each time the tenancy is handed to another person, or after every 5 years. Though this may not seem a big deal, it can save you from big troubles if any unpleasant event related to electricity or electrical appliances takes place. At least you will have proof that you made sure nothing goes wrong.

EICR for Homeowners

For normal houses, except that you have a swimming pool in it, as already been discussed, BS7671 recommends making and EICR after every ten years. It is necessary for your safety as well as satisfaction. Moreover, it lets you know when it’s time to make some changes because sometimes the wires or other electricity related stuff gets damaged for many known reasons before their due time.

EICR recommendation for businesses

As a business owner, it is not a “necessary” legal requirement, but as an employer, it’s your responsibility to make sure the safety of your workers. Keeping this in check, the 1974 Health and Safety At Work Act indirectly implements it on you by stating that “Employers are responsible for the health and safety of their employees”.

Moreover the “Electricity at Work Regulations” also requires you to take every precautionary step to ensure the safety of your workers regarding electrical threats. Any injury caused due to such reasons can be fatal for your worker as well as your business. Like, who wants their building to be burnt down because of “fire due to electrical sparks” eh?

Here are some of the easy and secure ways to keep a check on your apartment’s electrical installments

  • Check the casings of your sockets for any apparent cracks, burn marks, etc.
  • Ensure that the electrical appliances in your bathroom, or any wet place, is situated at least 3 meters away from the watery place.
  • Make sure that the extension cables are used properly.
  • Make sure there are no naked wires out there.

To-Do checklist before EICR

There are some things that are recommended to do before running any sort of EICR test. These will help your electrician to run a proper and complete checkup, without skipping anything.

  • The consumer items must be removed prior to conducting EICR.
  • Let your electrician or engineer know if any sort of ladders will be needed to access the fuse board etc.
  • Make sure that your electrical system is fully energized and not switched off by the main supplier.
  • Unplug all the equipment before the test.
  • Make sure the consumer unit is correctly labeled to avoid any problems.
  • Let your professional know if something needs to be repaired.
  • Provide previous EICR reports also, so that the checkup is run respectively.
  • Last but not the least, follow the above steps in order to avoid turning the test into a fail.

How will you know about the problems?

During the EICR, an electrician usually makes a number of electrical observations and gives each one a specific recommendation code. The observation will directly describe any defect, problem or omission within the electrical installation or appliance. Each observation will be coded accordingly to the extent of its severity. All the observations should be written in a clear way. You will then be able to clearly identify the defects and fix it, if you like to.



FAQs

Q: How do you work out your charge?
A: We charge a fixed price for completing EICR’s starting from 190.00 + VAT for a 1 bedroom property. For each additional bedroom we add £40 + Vat.

Q: What if the engineer finds a fault during the checks?
A: Our engineer will provide you with a full report detailing exactly what needs to be done to bring them the property up to current regulations and make them safe as well as a quote if necessary.

Q: Will you ever charge me more than authorised?
A: We will never proceed with works without seeking authorisation from the bill payer.

Q: How do I pay?
A: With a card over the phone or online.

Q: Whose responsibility is it to organise the parking?
A: We kindly ask that you arrange parking for us.

Q: In what areas do you work?
A: All SW, W, NW, TW, KT, HA and central London postcodes

Q: When are you going to arrive?
A: We will agree on an arrival slot with you, and our engineer will contact you when he’s on route.

Q: Will the engineer be NICEIC qualified?
A: The company is NICEIC registered and your engineer will be city a guilds qualified to work on your electrics.

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2   We'll speak to your tenant

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A member of the team will always contact you, to discuss the service in advance of our visit

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The serviceteam process

Choose your preferred method? If not now but certainly in the future you’re likely to have something in your home or premises that needs repairing or replacing? When you do we have various ways we can approach your job;

  • Serviceteam completes so many jobs during a year that we can often provide you with a fixed price for the works without attending
  • Other jobs require am enquiry to be raised, so we can compile a quotation. Any photos provided will help us to assess requirements.
  • If your project is large or complex, we will assign one of our qualified engineers to visit and prepare a detailed quotation.
  • Alternatively, you can select serviceteam’s Pay by Time option, certainly if you have an emergency or a “to do” list made up of one or several minor jobs. When on site our engineer will appraise the works required and give an indication of how long the works are expected to take. If we are unable to complete the works within the first visit due to the need for extra time or materials, then we will provide you with a fixed price quotation for the extended works for consideration and authorisation before proceeding.
Enquiries can be logged through our website, email, WhatsApp or by calling 020 3538 7067.

What happens next?
When booking online the details of your job, including your preferred time slot/s will be sent to our scheduling department where within one working hour, scheduling will assign the appropriately qualified engineer to your job. You will also receive an alert via email confirming your appointment. You can view details of your job and see a photo of the engineer who will be visiting. If we are unable to accommodate your job at the time requested, due to high demands on our resources, we will be in touch with alternative dates.

Good to know about your deal?
If our tradesperson assesses your job and believes that the scope of the works need adjusting in terms of time/materials and price, they will seek you approval before the work begins.

How are tradespeople verified?
All our tradespeople have the relevant trade specific qualifications, have been rigorously screened and come under serviceteam’s insurance policies.

How do we charge?
At the point of booking your service we will log your preferred payment details card number etc. Payment will not be taken from your credit/debit card until the works have been completed, usually within 24 hours. Please note credit card transactions are limited to £150.00. maximum. A copy of your paid invoice and a job-sheet will be emailed to you when payment has been approved. Our dedicated Operations Team, based in London, are on call to discuss any current or future jobs as well as managing your project through to completion. If you prefer to pay with a different card to the one used when booking your appointment, please ask our trades person whilst on site to call the office and update your details.

How do refunds work?
You are eligible for a refund if you cancel within 14 days of booking or the job has not been started and is not within the cancellation time frame.

What if I want to cancel the appointment?
We understand that priorities and plans change, and you may need to rearrange/cancel your booking. Should this be the case please let us know as soon as possible so we can make the necessary alterations to our work schedules. If we don’t receive enough notice of your cancellation or appointment rescheduling within the terms outlined below, then there is a possibility you will be charged a cancellation fee.

Cancellation windows
(1.) A charge of £10.00 (ten pounds) will be payable if the service is cancelled within 24 hours. (2.) If the scheduled appointment is cancelled within 12 hours (or less) a 50% charge of the booking fee will be applied (3.) If the appointment is cancelled when engineer arrives at the property (on the doorstep - photos and times will be provided) and within our texted 3-hour time slot the full booking fee will become payable. None of the above charges are profit items and only contribute to the cost of late cancellation/lost business.

Do I need to provide parking?
As you know parking in and around London can be problematic and extremely costly (depending on the area) if a parking space can be reserved for our engineer it would be appreciated and help increase efficiency of the service provided (no feeding meters etc or mobile app updating). The quote we have provided does not include the cost of parking and/or congestion charge which will be added to the final invoice (if applicable). Please inform your personal account manager if any special parking instructions like parking permit/free parking can be provided. For properties on the rim of the congestion zone and it is not possible for our engineer to attend without entering/clipping the charge zone, we may need to add the charge to the final bill ? Please check with your personal account manager in advance of your appointment if you’re not sure?

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The serviceteam process

Choose your preferred method? If not now but certainly in the future you’re likely to have something in your home or premises that needs repairing or replacing? When you do we have various ways we can approach your job;

  • Serviceteam completes so many jobs during a year that we can often provide you with a fixed price for the works without attending
  • Other jobs require am enquiry to be raised, so we can compile a quotation. Any photos provided will help us to assess requirements.
  • If your project is large or complex, we will assign one of our qualified engineers to visit and prepare a detailed quotation.
  • Alternatively, you can select serviceteam’s Pay by Time option, certainly if you have an emergency or a “to do” list made up of one or several minor jobs. When on site our engineer will appraise the works required and give an indication of how long the works are expected to take. If we are unable to complete the works within the first visit due to the need for extra time or materials, then we will provide you with a fixed price quotation for the extended works for consideration and authorisation before proceeding.
Enquiries can be logged through our website, email, WhatsApp or by calling 020 3538 7067.

What happens next?
When booking online the details of your job, including your preferred time slot/s will be sent to our scheduling department where within one working hour, scheduling will assign the appropriately qualified engineer to your job. You will also receive an alert via email confirming your appointment. You can view details of your job and see a photo of the engineer who will be visiting. If we are unable to accommodate your job at the time requested, due to high demands on our resources, we will be in touch with alternative dates.

Good to know about your deal?
If our tradesperson assesses your job and believes that the scope of the works need adjusting in terms of time/materials and price, they will seek you approval before the work begins.

How are tradespeople verified?
All our tradespeople have the relevant trade specific qualifications, have been rigorously screened and come under serviceteam’s insurance policies.

How do we charge?
At the point of booking your service we will log your preferred payment details card number etc. Payment will not be taken from your credit/debit card until the works have been completed, usually within 24 hours. Please note credit card transactions are limited to £150.00. maximum. A copy of your paid invoice and a job-sheet will be emailed to you when payment has been approved. Our dedicated Operations Team, based in London, are on call to discuss any current or future jobs as well as managing your project through to completion. If you prefer to pay with a different card to the one used when booking your appointment, please ask our trades person whilst on site to call the office and update your details.

How do refunds work?
You are eligible for a refund if you cancel within 14 days of booking or the job has not been started and is not within the cancellation time frame.

What if I want to cancel the appointment?
We understand that priorities and plans change, and you may need to rearrange/cancel your booking. Should this be the case please let us know as soon as possible so we can make the necessary alterations to our work schedules. If we don’t receive enough notice of your cancellation or appointment rescheduling within the terms outlined below, then there is a possibility you will be charged a cancellation fee.

Cancellation windows
(1.) A charge of £10.00 (ten pounds) will be payable if the service is cancelled within 24 hours. (2.) If the scheduled appointment is cancelled within 12 hours (or less) a 50% charge of the booking fee will be applied (3.) If the appointment is cancelled when engineer arrives at the property (on the doorstep - photos and times will be provided) and within our texted 3-hour time slot the full booking fee will become payable. None of the above charges are profit items and only contribute to the cost of late cancellation/lost business.

Do I need to provide parking?
As you know parking in and around London can be problematic and extremely costly (depending on the area) if a parking space can be reserved for our engineer it would be appreciated and help increase efficiency of the service provided (no feeding meters etc or mobile app updating). The quote we have provided does not include the cost of parking and/or congestion charge which will be added to the final invoice (if applicable). Please inform your personal account manager if any special parking instructions like parking permit/free parking can be provided. For properties on the rim of the congestion zone and it is not possible for our engineer to attend without entering/clipping the charge zone, we may need to add the charge to the final bill ? Please check with your personal account manager in advance of your appointment if you’re not sure?

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