Seeing persistent electrical faults?
They can all be a sign that something is wrong with your installation. If that is the case, then there is a real and present risk to the safety of your personnel and your property. A fire could break out. Someone could get hurt. And even if that is unlikely, there is still the risk posed to the equipment you have at your premises. And what an unreliable system can do to your energy bills. While resetting breakers, replacing damaged components and upgrading your system can mitigate the risk, those measures do not isolate the problem itself. An EICR will. And that is what we can provide for you.
Testing to ensure compliance with BS7671 as amended
An EICR can verify if your electrical installation is both safe and suitable for the building that you are in. It all begins with a consultation with our team, where we can find out the key details about your system, from the structure of your setup to how long it has been in place. We will then carry out a check of the installation, carry out testing and produce a report that isolates any issues we have identified. That same report will also offer recommendations in terms of remedial work, which we can carry out for you if you approve them. Once everything is completed, we will issue a new certificate detailing rectification of the non-compliances reported in the original inspection.
Why our EICR service?
NICEIC Approved Contractor
Part P registered
50 years’ experience