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Would you like an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) for £80.00?

Completed within one hour for each of your properties?

Yes?

 

Then please close this page immediately and navigate elsewhere!

If, however, you genuinely want to ensure your tenants' safety and fulfill your legal obligations by employing a fully qualified and registered Electrical Inspector to undertake the work, please take 5 minutes to read on and then contact us to discuss our unbeatable service.

Please view this excellent video from our friends at Efixx which outlines the EICR process and the rationale behind it.

 

Why should I pay more for an EICR when I can get one for £80.00?

  • If the worst should happen, and a tenant be injured by the electrical installation at your property, you will likely find yourself defending a legal claim in court.

  • In this event, the EICR for your property will provide the key evidence.

  • More than 80% of the EICRs we see (when contacted for remedial work estimates) contain glaring mistakes, contradictions and fabrications which render them completely invalid, both as a report and as a legal document, meaning that in the event of a claim you would be unable to prove the electrical installation was in a satisfactory condition.

But the advertisement for the company offering an £80.00 EICR says they are fully qualified and will ensure I meet my legal obligations.

  • Unfortunately, in the rush to introduce the new legislation, the government has left open a loophole which allows people who do not hold a Level 3 Inspection and Testing qualification to undertake the work, meaning that significant numbers of inspections are being undertaken by people who do not have the knowledge, understanding or skills to complete the work correctly.

  • A one hour "inspection" (which should take 3 - 5 hours to complete when undertaken fully and correctly) may be carried out by one of these people, but the report will not meet your legal obligations or ensure your tenants' safety.

So how do I know who to trust?

  • The Inspector who visits your property (not someone else in the company) should hold the "Level 3 Award in The Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations", and be willing to show a copy of this.

  • The Inspector who visits your property should carry out a detailed visual inspection of the installation, followed by a detailed programme of advanced testing of every circuit to establish the true status of the electical installation - this will take 4 - 6 hours.

Is this what you are offering?

  • Yes. Our Inspector holds the "Level 3 Award in The Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations", and will be happy to show you a copy of this.

  • Yes. A full schedule of Inspection and Testing will be undertaken (by the Qualified Inspector) and a detailed 9 - 10 page report will be issued upon conclusion.

  • The Inspector will then telephone you (or meet if preferred) to discuss in detail the outcomes of the EICR.

 

How much will it cost?