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Specialist EICR Testing
We are specialist EICR Testers in Crook who have tested thousands of facilities throughout the UK.
With experts based in Crook Durham we can offer competitive prices and in March 2023 are able to get costs to you very quickly.
Our company is one of the leading in Crook, and we meet the current electrical and wiring regulations to ensure all of our clients are safe.
From electrical installation to ongoing electrical safety, our company offers EICR testing to all forms of electrical equipment in March 2023. We can work with a qualified electrician during the electrical installation to provide an EICR certificate following a successful test.
We offer a number of great EICR Testing services in Crook and are more than happy in assisting you on anything you need more information on.
Our company performs an EICR test on all forms of electrical systems in Crook to confirm their safety and to make sure the electrical installation meets current wiring regulations.
An EICR, an Electrical Installation Condition Report, is something that needs to be done by a qualified electrician, and our company provides a full inspection.
It is required for all properties to have regular electrical inspections. These inspections, when done regularly, can indicate any potentially dangerous issues within the electrical system allowing the issue to be resolved before it can get worse.
Many risks come with electrical devices, including the risk of injury as well as ongoing issues in terms of the prevention of fires and preventing an electric shock. This is why all electrical systems require a periodic inspection, which we offer in the form of EICR testing, to not only provide people with peace of mind but also to provide the highest safety standards across the country.
Any inspection done by our company will be performed by a trained professional in EICR. The electrical systems will be inspected and tested for any issues before our team can provide an EICR certificate to the property. This is proof that the property has been cleared of electrical hazards and is safe to inhabit.
EICR checks should be done regularly to check that all electrical safety regulations are being met.
All forms of property, whether residential, retail, or business properties, will need an EICR test done every 5 years to confirm that electrical safety regulations are being met for all installations.
We are one of the leading providers of the Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) in the UK and have worked with clients across the nation to provide the necessary checks and repairs. Our company is industry approved and has decades of experience in the field, making us highly reputable.
It is this dedication to high-quality work and nationwide safety standards that has made our company a leading name in the world of EICR testing.
You can check out the hundreds of positive reviews online we have collected over the years for our service and see what our clients like the most about the work we do.
If you would like to receive even more information on EICR Testing services in Crook, make sure you get in touch with us today!
All forms of electrical systems must be inspected regularly to check they are working safely.
An EICR test is a comprehensive assessment of an electrical installation and can only be done by a licensed professional in the electrical field. All property types will need to be inspected and tested for electrical safety, and this is especially important for rental spaces.
As one of the leading companies in EICR testing, we can provide inspections of all properties and continue to work with clients across the country to provide this remedial work.
There is a fee for an EICR test which can vary based on the extent and complexity of the work that takes place within the inspection. An EICR test is a comprehensive inspection of all electrical equipment in the property, and our testers will go deeper than most electricians as the hidden wires, fuse boxes, and other parts of the electrical system also need to be assessed.
This is why the cost of an EICR test in Crook can vary greatly depending on the work that needs to be done. To find out how much an EICR test may cost on your property, please get in touch with our team today. Our customer support team will talk through the entire process with you to provide you with an exact quote for the work that needs to be done.
It is possible that an EICR test can take several days, depending on the property type, the electrical systems in place and whether there is electrical work required. This can contribute to the cost of an EICR test, and our team can provide you with an exact quote today.
In EICR fixed wire testing, a complete inspection of all electrical systems will take place.
There are many compartments to an electrical system which is why the work of our team can be extensive, based on the client and property type.
All forms of property require an EICR test to be performed regularly to confirm their electrical system and equipment meet the current electrical safety standards. A landlord should verify that they are taking care of their tenants by getting an EICR test done before, during, and after their property has been rented.
An EICR test will look into not only the electrical system within the property but also inspect all appliances and electrical wiring throughout the building to establish that they meet the necessary standards. This work will be carried out by a qualified electrician, and an EICR certificate will be given to all devices and wiring if they find they pass the inspection performed by the necessary authority.
As this is an extensive process, there may be more than one electrician on-site as the testing is carried out. If you are a tenant of a rental property, your landlord could also be required to be on site.
During the remedial work, the electrician will conduct several tests on each distribution board to check for any issues and confirm all equipment meets safety standards.
As with any electrical installations, electrical connections will be impacted and could be prevented altogether when an EICR test is being done. If you are currently in a tenancy agreement, your landlord is required to tell you when these tests will take place.
Our team will work with you to ensure that you, as a landlord, tenant, customer, or worker, are informed of any disruptions which will take place as the work is carried out and will provide an accurate estimation of the length of time required by our electricians.
In some cases, EICR testing in Crook can take place over several days if the property is large, there is a lot to inspect, and there are issues that come up in the checks.
An electrician must inform you whether the work is going to take several days, and if you are a landlord, you must inform your tenants of this too. Equipment, appliances, or wiring which does not pass the check will need to be repaired, which is something our electrical safety professionals can do within their inspection, depending on the circumstances.
We have worked with many local businesses, including local schools, medical facilities, and landlords in the local area, so we understand that this kind of disruption can be an issue for our clients.
This is why we try to work with every person regarding their unique needs, such as organising for the electrician to visit outside of working hours if you are a business or performing testing in between tenancy agreements, to ensure that our schedule does not impact your routine too much.
Speak to our team today about the work you require, and we can find the right schedule for your needs. As a leading authority in this field, our company will strive to meet the needs of each person we work for, and we continue to remain flexible in our contracts to limit disturbances, whether you are a landlord, tenant, homeowner, or customer.
There are five main purposes of an EICR test. A trained and experienced electrician will perform the EICR test with these factors in mind and have the authority to determine whether an electrical appliance or system is safe based on governmental regulations.
An EICR test is done to:
1) Ensure all electrical installations are safe
A correctly installed electrical appliance or system, from light fittings to the kettle on your kitchen counter, can be very dangerous, which is why properties need an EICR test done in the first place. An EICR certificate will be awarded following a successful inspection, which indicates that no electrical systems or electrical installations are at risk of causing an electric shock or other damage.
An electrical safety engineer will check for any damage, wear, and deterioration of all electrical systems within a property, including the light fittings, wiring systems, and other equipment.
2) Identify damage or other factors which will affect the safety of the occupants of a property
All kinds of buildings and sites in Crook need an EICR test done regularly to ensure the highest electrical safety standards. All the electrical installations and equipment will be inspected by an electrical authority, like our company, and must meet the necessary electrical safety standards as outlined by the local government.
Any issues which have appeared during the check will be highlighted by the electrician, who will then inform the landlord or property owner of the next steps that need to be taken. This work will need to be corrected by a qualified electrician, which is work that can be carried out by our company.
In some cases, the issue may be resolved simply by getting a new appliance. Please note there are specific rules which landlords should follow for this, so check with your local authority before buying new equipment for your tenants.
3) Identify components of electrical installations which do not meet the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s Wiring Regulations
This check must include the suitability of control gear and switchgear, the bonding and earthing of wires and cables, as well as the quality of switches in properties.
This is why it requires a qualified electrician or safety engineer to complete the EICR test, and an EICR certificate can only be awarded by those who are qualified in the field.
4) Determine which electrical appliances are likely to cause shocks and fires
An EICR test is not only carried out on the electrical systems within properties, as this remedial work is followed by an inspection of all appliances and devices.
A qualified engineer will inspect all devices for signs of damage or wear and tear, which may highlight issues regarding fires or electrical shocks. Following this remedial work, a new set of devices may be required by the landlord or property owner to meet the necessary standards. Some items can be repaired, which the electrician can recommend, and others may need to be replaced with something new.
5) Record the condition of electrical installations to be used in further inspections
Landlords will be given a copy of these records, which can be given to tenants at the start of their tenancy agreement to prove that the property is safe. These records are also kept by the qualified electrician and may be useful should issues arise in the future. They will be used as a reference on the next scheduled EICR test.
Following this remedial work and remedial inspection, an EICR certificate can be given. Landlords will be given this document, but it should also be provided to tenants for peace of mind when they begin their tenancy agreement.
The length of time that an EICR test can take will vary based on the property and the kind of electrical installations that are being checked. It may take several days for this process to be completed.
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The maximum time between EICR tests on industrial premises is three years. For retail spaces and other commercial businesses, checks need to be done every five years.
For electrical systems close to water, a test should be done every year.
It may take several days for the testing to be completed based on the size of the property and the remedial work that is required within.
There are several kinds of electrical testing available:
We will help you get the right electrical testing for your property in Crook.
At EICR Testing, we can assist you on the best options available. Make sure you contact us today for a number of great EICR services in Crook Durham.
Fixed wire testing is done to show that your property or business is compliant with various Health and Safety regulations.
It is also required to show you are compliant with the requirement of most commercial insurers, which is why it is something that needs to be done on properties regularly.
There are new EICR regulations in place, as of April 2021, which claim that every rented property across the UK must have a valid electrical safety certificate. These regulations are per the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England).
This means that now all rented properties in England must have a valid electrical safety certificate before they can be accessed by tenants.
Fixed wire testing is now compulsory for landlords as they are considered, as of July 2020, to be responsible for all electrical installations within their property. Following the regulation changes of April 2021, all landlords require an EICR report.
We can provide any landlord with the necessary inspection for a Landlord Safety Certificate. This is a legal requirement for all landlords in England to show that all electrical equipment in their property is suitable for tenants.
If you are a landlord, reach out to our team today to book a fixed wire testing inspection for your property portfolio.
We are a leading EICR wire testing company that has years of experience in the field. Our company is industry approved, and we have worked with clients both locally and nationally to ensure the highest safety standards in all properties.
Our company is highly experienced and connects with professionals within the field to ensure we can offer the highest standard of testing possible. You can check out the amazing reviews we have collected over the years from clients across the UK to see how we can help you.
If you require a wire testing report, please get in touch with us today.
If you do not have your electrical system tested, then you are breaching several health and safety regulations and could be charged with negligence. This applies to both landlords and businesses owners, both of which have a legal responsibility to their tenants to provide safe conditions, and this includes checking all electrical systems on a property every 5 years or following a change of tenancy.
If you are needed your electrical system tested out, we operate across in Crookand can help you. Get in touch with our team today to learn more and to book an EICR test. Following the remedial work of the testing, a certificate will be given to show electrical safety standards have been met.
We are a fixed wire testing company that has worked with clients across Durham as well as within Crook. If you are interested in our services, please get in touch with us today.
Our customer service team near you will get back to you to arrange the best time for our electricians to visit you to make sure you are tested and certified according to regulations.
An EICR certificate is required by all forms of properties in Crook to prove that safety standards are being met. It is not possible to use an electrical system without it first being tested, so you need to make sure that you are keeping up to date with all regulations.
You can use our company to ensure your property is safe as we offer fixed wire testing and can provide an EICR certificate following a successful inspection which indicates your property is safe to use. EICR testing may take several days, depending on the size of the building and the work done within it, but we strive to make things as easy as possible for all of our clients.
If you are looking to book an electrical test, please get in touch with us today. You can contact us via our email address for more information, and we will get back to you soon.
Make sure you contact us today for a number of great EICR Testing services in North East.
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