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EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) Certificate
An EICR is a vital part of electrical safety and must be carried out at least every 5 years. The report will check the installation for the supply of electricity, electrical fittings and fixed electrical equipment in the property and common areas.
Private Landlords in Scotland are required by law to ensure that rented houses meet The Repairing Standard at the start and throughout a tenancy. An EICR must be available to provide to tenants, managing agents or local authorities if required.
For commercial units, ensuring the electrical safety of a property is vital to comply with Health & Safety Regulations. Whether it be a domestic or commercial property, Electrical Installation Condition Reports are a simple and effective way to keep tenants, employees and the public safe.
NIC registered electricians for EICRs in Scotland
Our fully qualified electricians will carry out the report which will check the installation for the supply of electricity, electrical fittings and fixed electrical equipment in the property and common areas. Any damage or issues found must then be rectified.
We have offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen & Inverness so our accredited assessors are sure to cover your area.
An Electrical Installation Condition Report is a vital part of electrical safety and must be carried out at least every 5 years. To find out more about EICRs view our EICR FAQs
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Areas We Cover for Electrical EICR
Energy Cert Scotland provide Electrical EICR across the whole of Scotland. We operate from a number of offices, and our fully certified Electrical EICR assessors can visit your location anywhere in Scotland.
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Assessor Electrical EICR Visits
The electrician will check all the electrical circuits and the wire insulation from the fuse box in your property. This covers all the unseen hard-wired electrics.
Recieve Electrical EICR Report
Your report will be sent to you via email. We aim to send them to you within 5 working days.
Call us today on 0330 350 1345 to arrange a visit from our accredited Electrical EICR assessors
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Electrical EICR FAQs
What does EICR mean?
EICR, or Electrical Installation Conditioning Report, is a test to check the safety of electrical installations. approved electricians must carry out these tests to ensure the condition of electrical installations meet industry safety standards.
What happens if I pass or fail an EICR test
A passed report means the electrical installation can continue to be used. If faults are found within the electrical system these faults must be listed on the EICR report, explaining why that electrical system failed, along with a grade which specifies the severity of the fault as follows: C1 = ‘Danger is present’, risk of injury is likely and IMMEDIATE action is required. C2 = POTENTIALLY dangerous and remedial action is needed urgently. C3 = improvement to your electrical system is recommended but not required. This is the only code that can appear on a report and have it still pass the EICR test.
Do I need a Electrical Installation Conditioning Report?
EICRs are not legally required, however, in the case of an accident you are required to make sure your electrical systems are safe. For example as a landlord, you must prove you did everything within your power to prevent an accident to keep yourself safe from legislation
How often do I need an EICR?
How often you need an EICR depends on what kind of property you have. A privately owned house– Every 10 Years, For Landlords with a rented home – Every 5 Years, A Caravan – Every 3 Years, A Swimming Pool – Every Year.
Do I need to shut down power for an EICR test?
short power outages can be expected on circuit when it is being tested, but most EICR testing is done while the system is live. At Energy Cert Scotland we plan EICR tests around your schedule to minimize disruption.
How long do EICR tests take?
Our Accredited assessors will complete your EICR test as quick as we can, but testing time will vary on size of electrical system we are testing. Typically a EICR test will take around an hour and a half
Who can provide an EICR?
An Electrical Installation Condition Report – or EICR – should be carried out by fully qualified and fully insured electricians. At Energy Cert Scotland our electricians are further trained to City & Guilds Inspection and Testing level.