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EICRs in Sidcup

Electrical Installation Condition Reports in Sidcup

EICR stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report. It is a document produced following an inspection and testing of an electrical installation, such as in a home, business or other types of property.

An EICR aims to assess the safety and condition of the electrical installation and identify any defects, damage or wear and tear that could cause harm or pose a fire hazard. The inspection and testing is carried out by a qualified electrician who will check things like wiring, switches, sockets and other electrical components, and the condition of any associated equipment such as fuse boxes or circuit breakers.

In Sidcup, as in many other places, it is recommended that landlords and business owners have an EICR carried out periodically to ensure that their properties are safe and meet legal requirements. The frequency of these inspections will depend on the type of property and its usage, but generally, they should be carried out at least every five years or when there is a change in tenancy or ownership.

If you need an EICR in Sidcup, turn to PropCert. We can complete the inspection and provide you with an EICR as early as three days. 

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Cost of EICRs in Sidcup

Our prices start from £169.  There are absolutely no hidden or additional fees. We believe all clients should have access to affordable EICR testing, which is why we offer fixed pricing for all postcodes in England.

We offer:

  • Thorough and compliant testing including visual inspection, visual testing and dead testing.
  • 30-day credit terms for business clients
  • Access to our customer portal where you can easily place orders, update appointment times, and download certificates and invoices
  • Fast turnaround on certificates with an average of 3 days

EICRs for Landlords in Sidcup

An EICR is necessary for your property to remain compliant with the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector Regulations.

This regulation, which took effect in July 2020, requires landlords to have electrical installations assessed at least once every five years, when there is a change in tenancy or if you purchase a new property for letting.

Meanwhile, it’s required for homeowners at least every 10 years, unless your property has a swimming pool, in which case an assessment is required annually.

Once the assessment is done, the electrician will issue an EICR, which may show different classifications that indicate what remedial work the property owner must undertake.

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Why PropCert?

Since 2010, we have been providing businesses like you commercial EPCs and other similarly important documents quickly, reliably, and affordably. We take pride in the work we have been doing and it shows in the quality of our service. Call us to schedule a visit today.

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