Eicr's / Condition Reports / Landlord Reports / Landlord Certificates / Electrical Safety Certificate
(Previously known as Periodic Inspection Reports)
EICR Pricing £20 Per Circuit
(right to left)
£0 Main switch
£20 Circuit 1
£20 Circuit 2
£20 Circuit 3
£20 Circuit 4
£20 Circuit 5
£20 Circuit 6
£20 Circuit 7
£20 Circuit 8
Example Consumer Unit
Total Cost £160
What you can expect from a EICR from us:
A thorough report that gives our clients a clear and honest report on the condition of the property.
Report emailed to you within 48 hours of completion in PDF format.
If any remedials are needed a quotation will be provided to bring the installation to a satisfactory condition.
Piece of mind knowing that every circuit has been tested and the property is safe and doesn't need testing for another 10 years (5 for privately rented properties)
Typically an EICR will take around 3-4 hours to complete, depending on the size of a property and the number of circuits requiring testing.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
An electrical installation condition report (EICR) identifies any damage, deterioration, defects and/or conditions which may give rise to danger along with observations for which improvement is recommended.
It is a more detailed report than a VIR and will involve the testing of various circuits which will require the turning off of the electrics at the main supply.
This allows the contractor to identify any possible hidden defects or issues that cannot be identified during a VIR. The purpose of an EICR (also known as periodic inspection and testing of an electrical installation), is to determine, so far as is reasonably practicable, whether the installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service. Homeowners often ask for, or obtain a condition report as part of a house sale.
Similarly, landlords with an increasing awareness of their electrical safety obligations undertake regular periodic inspections in relation to their rental properties.
It is generally recommended that an EICR is carried out every ten years (five for privately rented properties) or when there is a change of occupancy in a dwelling.
Typically an EICR will take around 2-4 hours to complete, depending on the size of a property and the number of circuits requiring testing.
More information can be found @ NICEIC website FactSheet-Electrics-A4-4pp.pdf (niceic.com)