Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)

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East Midlands

East Midlands

Cavendish Electricals & Services Limited provides Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) for residential Homeowners, Landlords and Commercial-Educational Premises. If you move home and would like to know the hidden faults of your new property’s wiring system, we can help you to quantify these future costs and equip you with help and guidance. 

EICR Reports

Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)

For homeowners it is recommended to be carried out in every 10 Years maximum and for Landlords it is compulsory to renew 5 years. 

If you require same day certificate and/or resolve issues, we are fully qualified to carry out Inspection and Testing. We repair the faults on the very same day after you have agreed of the quotation of the risen problems.

During the EICR Test, we will:

The EICR Report grades the competency of your electrics into three categories:

It has become compulsory for Landlords and Businesses to have a valid EICR in place. For residential home owners it is not a legal requirement but insurance companies Do Not compensate their customers if the owner of the property neglected the wiring system which caused fire or personal injuries.

So, do not avoid asking a Comptent Person Scheme registered electrician to visit your home and carry out the essential work for your safety. This is insignificant amount of money comparing to wiring damage or a house fire which can cause a lifelong trauma.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we are NAPIT Registered Electrical Company which is similar to another Electrical National Body called NICEIC. However, it is  irrelevant what is the national body, the Landlords must have proof the inspection and testing of the properties have been carried out and obtain a report from the “competent person”.

 Officially, the government has announced new electrical safety regulations which will apply to all new tenancies in England from the 01st of July 2020 and all existing tenancies from 1st of April 2021. Landlords who fail to comply with these new safety regulations could face a fine of up to £30,000. 

The IET Wiring Regulations BS7671 recommends that an EICR should be checked as follows:

The EICR Cost mainly depends of the size of the Consumer Unit (How many ways or number of MCBs contains your Fuse Board) and the Age of the Consumer Unit. Commercial EICR cost more and each circuit is larger containing more load (lights or sockets), Domestic EICR cost vary too but for a small one bedroom flat is around £150 and a 3 bedroom house could be £200.

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What Our Customers Have To Say!

Our trained job booking team will be happy to discuss your requirements. Please do not hesitate to contact us on 015 3648 3348 to book a visit or enquire online. We aim to provide a professional and efficient service from the initial job enquiry to job completion.